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Old 10-19-2013, 04:33 PM   #1
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Coffee to-go cup from MDR

Does the MDR have to-go cups for coffee? I would love to take out a cup of the MDR coffee with me at the end of dinner.

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Unsure of an actual cardboard "to go" type cup. Whenever we asked if we could get a "to go" carton for any dessert we couldn't finish they told us to just take the whole plate back with us to our room! Housekeeping would pick it up when they cleaned!
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Old 10-19-2013, 04:44 PM   #3
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The coffee cups in the MDR's are pretty small, and don't keep coffee hot for very long. It would be awkward to carry around a ceramic cup. I was hoping they had to-go cups similar to the styrofoam cups with lids that they have at the drink station.

I prefer the coffee in the MDR's to the coffee at the drink station, which is why I am asking!
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Old 10-19-2013, 07:18 PM   #4
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Is the room service coffee the same as the MDR coffee?
If yes, I would consider ordering while getting ready for dinner and ducking back to fill my own insulated mug to take around. I understand that the room service carafes keep the coffee hot quite a long time.
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Old 10-19-2013, 10:24 PM   #5
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At least on the Wonder a few weeks ago, they did. When I asked for a "to go" cup with lid, they asked if I wanted a paper cup, and I said no, that I wanted styrofoam. They checked around with a few different people including the head waiter and came back with a coffee pot so obviously had no clue what I meant. I then said yes, I'd try the "paper" and it was exactly what I wanted - the styrofoam cup and lid like at the drink station! So, just understand that they might not understand the distinction between "paper" and "styrofoam".
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I usually always take my ice tea in the glass with me after dinner. I leave the empty glass either in the room or at a bar. No problem.

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Thanks, everyone!! It sounds like it will be no problem!! And I will be careful of the distinction between "paper" and "styrofoam"!
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