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Old 08-29-2012, 07:00 PM   #2386
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Those fridge's work differently than a full size one. With nothing to very little in it, the items don't really seem that cold. But if you fill it up & leave it for a day & half without getting in it every few hours then the items on the bottom shelf can start to freeze. I do a Garden Grocer order every time & get a case of bottled water, milk, orange juice, lunch meat, cheese, fruit & veggies. Load that fridge up in the evening. The next day (evening) it's nice and cold. The more that's in it the better it works.
I second this because my husband has one of these little cooler fridgeshe uses daily and he has never had issues with milk or anything else in there and says it gets super cold in it. He has had stuff freeze up as well if it is in the back. I would have no problem putting milk in there with other stuff and if your worried put it toward the back.

If your really anxious about stuff spoiling you could always bring sandwich or snack baggies and fill them with ice from the ice machine to put around the bottom of the milk in the fridge just for a little peace of mind.
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Old 08-29-2012, 07:02 PM   #2387
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I love ASMu! Its our favorite of all the value resorts. We've never had any complaints.
Same here. Some people are just looking for a luxury room but you don't get that at a value price. It would be nice if you did though.
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Old 08-30-2012, 03:53 PM   #2388
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Air Mattress in All-Star Music

I saw some DIScussion about air mattresses in the All-Star Music. I have three friends who intend to stay in one room (my wife and I in another room). What is the largest air mattress that is likely to fit either between the hallway wall and the bed, or between the foot of the bed and the wall where the table and chairs are? How many inches are there between the bed and hallway wall?
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Old 08-30-2012, 04:05 PM   #2389
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I saw some DIScussion about air mattresses in the All-Star Music. I have three friends who intend to stay in one room (my wife and I in another room). What is the largest air mattress that is likely to fit either between the hallway wall and the bed, or between the foot of the bed and the wall where the table and chairs are? How many inches are there between the bed and hallway wall?
A twin will fit for sure...probably a double but nothing bigger than that.
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Old 08-30-2012, 04:36 PM   #2390
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A twin will fit for sure...probably a double but nothing bigger than that.
Thanks for the info!
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Old 09-02-2012, 11:23 AM   #2391
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I saw some DIScussion about air mattresses in the All-Star Music. I have three friends who intend to stay in one room (my wife and I in another room). What is the largest air mattress that is likely to fit either between the hallway wall and the bed, or between the foot of the bed and the wall where the table and chairs are? How many inches are there between the bed and hallway wall?
We did it on our last trip at POP, I assume the room sizes are the same at Music. We had a twin set up where the table and chairs are, it left about a 2 foot walkway between the bottom of the bed and the mattress. We just moved the table and chairs. We also stood the mattress up against the wall during the day so it was not in the way. Hope that helps.
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Old 09-03-2012, 08:14 AM   #2392
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We did it on our last trip at POP, I assume the room sizes are the same at Music. We had a twin set up where the table and chairs are, it left about a 2 foot walkway between the bottom of the bed and the mattress. We just moved the table and chairs. We also stood the mattress up against the wall during the day so it was not in the way. Hope that helps.
No....moderate level resorts have slightly larger rooms.
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No....moderate level resorts have slightly larger rooms.
Pop is not a moderate resort it is a value also.
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Pop is not a moderate resort it is a value also.
Sorry....misread, thought it said POR.
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Sorry....misread, thought it said POR.
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For anyone who was just there:

Were they offering any bounce backs/ If so, what dates were included?

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For anyone who was just there:

Were they offering any bounce backs/ If so, what dates were included?

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There weren't any bounce backs in our room last week, but that doesn't mean that there aren't any now.
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I leave in 2 weeks to go to AoA, but am hoping there will be a bounceback offer in the room so I can book ASMu for next year. This is the only value resort I have not stayed in and I would really love to try it. It does look nicely themed
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I leave in 2 weeks to go to AoA, but am hoping there will be a bounceback offer in the room so I can book ASMu for next year. This is the only value resort I have not stayed in and I would really love to try it. It does look nicely themed
We have done AsMu three times and LOOOVE it!! If you book Jazz non-preferred room it is still very close to main pool, bus and main building and has that great divider curtain between bedroom and bathroom area- we love that for a bit more privacy getting dressed with older kids and some nights I spread out a couple towels and sit on the floor behind the curtain to read after kids go to bed...
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Old 09-10-2012, 03:56 PM   #2400
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music beds

Was wondering if anyone knows if the bed can be pushed up against the wall? Or has anyone done this to keep a child from falling out of bed.
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