[b]june 1, 2013 magic med 7 day[/b]

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  1. kikids

    kikids Mouseketeer

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    Hi Jeff. One of our fav spots on the Magic is Diversions, the club on deck 3. For those who haven't been on the Magic before, Diversions is a sports pub with gaming tables and board games, etc. I do not play card games but my DH does and he'd get in on a game if invited. He's pretty good but keep in mind he doesn't play regularly though!
    We have a white board on our cabin door, if you get a game going, put a message on our door #8594 and he'll meet you down there. :thumbsup2
     
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  3. valbob89

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    No they don't, in fact even the Disney Suite doesn't have a coffee maker. I have brought our own single drip maker, but I've given up on bringing it and our coffee, to messy

    My husband likes his coffee in the morning ASAP too, so what I do is order coffee from room service the first day of the cruise. I keep the carafe and the sugar/sweetener collection they bring for our use the entire cruise. Each night I fill the carafe and it does stay hot until morning.

    I pack our DisneyLand travel mugs to fill at the coffee station during the day. They have handles, keep the coffee hot, and are just much easier and safer to carry around then the plastic cup and lids.

    Of course being coffee, snobs we visit the Cove most days. We usually fill a few of the reward cards and earn a free coffees or two.
     
  5. Jeff T

    Jeff T Earning my Ears

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    That sounds great. Any idea what card games your DH plays? It will only be my DW Judy and me on the cruise. We are all things Disney and love to cruise even though I am extremely Type A. Cruising brings out the relaxation in me. :)
     
  6. OrangeCountyCommuter

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    Since we are doing our own excursions I will be taking my passport (You may need it if you miss the boat :) )

    I put it in a money belt and don't worry about it until I get back to my room at night. No big deal.

    I have used a photo copy for the VAT when I shop.
     
  7. JustAnnieNotHazel

    JustAnnieNotHazel Are we there yet?

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    Kettles are not allowed in the cabins, but there is 24hour access to hot water at the drinks station or from room service
     
  8. Evad

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    Thanks for the info. I'm going to make copies and then decide at the time if I will need to bring the real pp.
     
  9. Evad

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    This is what we have done. Looking forward to the tour. Nice way to kill some time until check in at our hotel!!

    oops just read your response on the other thread.....lol
     
  10. megagarwal

    megagarwal Earning My Ears

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    Thanks for the tips. So basically I can just call for hot water/coffee every morning. And I will definitely follow your tip about the carafe. As a fellow caffine addict I'm sure your planning is well thought through! (BTW: my mom's reading this over my shoulder and thinks I've gone mad for putting so much planning into my morning coffee!) She just doesn't get it! lol
     
  11. valbob89

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    Yes you can, or put an order request on the outside of your door the night before.

    We bring a stack of $1 bills to tip the room service CM.
     
  12. GIAVANNAANDNICOSMOM

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    Myself and my family will be cruising from Barcelona on June 1st. I have read a bunch or your posts and I would like some info on your group. It will be myself, my hubby, 8yr old daughter, and 1yr old son.
     
  13. heathervincent

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    We will be traveling with our 9 yr old daughter! We will be at the meet and greet the first day.
     
  14. sniggelaru

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    Hi I'll be travelling with my hubby, 8 and 3Yr old daughters, plus another couple with there 7 yr old son and 3rd old daughter. It's a surprise for all the kids who we are telling we will be traveling to Barcelona to watch football, this is my second cruise and the girls loved it, so can't wait I'm basically counting down the days till it's time to go
     
  15. SwissFam5

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    Hello:

    My wife and I are sailing with our 9 year old daughter, 12 year old son, and 13 year old daughter. We are all getting excited about this DCL vacation. It is our second cruise on DCL. First one was on the Dream in the Bahammas 2011.

    Stewart and Janet Angst
    Danielle, Marshall and Taylor
    Houston, TX
     
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    We are considering a private Rome tour with Real Rome Tours
    RealRomeTours.com

    It sounds like we can save about 30 to 40 minutes on commute time with a direct train to St. Peter's Station versus a bus tour transfer to Rome. There are two or three local trains each hour between Rome San Pietro station and Civitavecchia. The cost is €5.00 each way per adult, and the journey takes about 40 min. to San Pietro station. There is a day pass available in the station, called the BIRG ticket costing €12, which covers travel to and from Rome, and also gives you unlimited use of buses, metro, and trams (streetcars) for the entire day in Rome.

    Real Rome Tours has good reviews and positive feedback, and offers a walking tour option with guide and express entry into the Colosseum and Vatican for my family of 5 for EURO 770 (including entry tickets). That would be under $220 avg. per person!

    This is what we are considering for our Rome excursion. Has anybody else looked into similar options to this?

    Stewart Angst
    Houston, TX
     
  17. megagarwal

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    Hi everyone. I was just wondering about the age limits for Edge and Vibe. The disney website says Vibe is for 14-18 year olds, but the deck plan says its for 13-18 year olds? My 13 year old brother is really anxious to know whether he'll be allowed into Edge or Vibe or both?
     
  18. valbob89

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    We've ordered this image as tee-shirts

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  19. OrangeCountyCommuter

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    I read a thread on this the other day and from what I picked up

    1. If the Vibe is not full with the 14-18 they MIGHT let him in there.
    2. If they do let him into Vibe, it's pick one or the other, he can't go back and forth.
     
  20. valbob89

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    This is kinda fun
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  21. Kirbo

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    That one is really cool!
     

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