Bed question

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  1. kdeans1010

    kdeans1010 DIS Veteran

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    I booked a family room with verandah. Dumb/silly question:
    Can I get a room with 2 full beds or do I get a queen and 2 twins?

    (Asking because I sleep on a queen- alone. I am taking my mom, who sleeps in a queen- with 3 dogs and my dad. Neither of us want a twin bed. And we don't want to share. I hit/sucker punch people in my sleep... So the idea of us sleeping in the queen isn't appealing.)
     
  2. PrincessShmoo

    PrincessShmoo DIS veteran

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    The bed arrangement on the Dream & Fantasy is 1 queen bed, one sofa bed, a pull down upper berth, and (in some) a murphy bed. Except for the queen bed, all the other beds are twin beds.

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  3. Meghatron

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    Which ship did you book?

    Magic/Wonder all rooms have a queen bed that can split into twins.

    Dream/Fantasy all rooms have a queen bed.

    The additional guests sleep in a combination of sofa bed, pull-down bunk, and Murphy bed.
     
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  5. PrincessShmoo

    PrincessShmoo DIS veteran

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    I figured it was the Fantasy, since her ticker says Eastern Caribbean on it.

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  6. kdeans1010

    kdeans1010 DIS Veteran

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    Fantasy. I booked once and loved it so much I thought my mom had to go for the second cruise. I just am kinda' bummed because I am a mover in bed and so is she.... I do wonder if I can get the top bunk though. I mean if it's going to be there... I may weigh too much.
     
  7. kcashner

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    If there are 2 of you, logically one of you will sleep in the queen bed and one in the sofa bed.
     
  8. PrincessShmoo

    PrincessShmoo DIS veteran

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    I think the weight limit is 200, could be 220 lbs.

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  9. kcashner

    kcashner DIS Veteran

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    On the Magic, it is 220. And I won't climb the ladder.
     
  10. Meghatron

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    No signatures show up in the DISboards app, so I couldn't see the ticker.
     
  11. TLSnell1981

    TLSnell1981 Tiny bubbles... make me happy... make me feel fine

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    I misread the title of this thread. I thought, it said "bad" question. Oops! :rotfl:
     
  12. HermanTriplets+1

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    If your mom is used to a Queen bed with a husband and 3 dogs :eek: then probably sleeping alone on the sofa bed wouldn't be so bad! Then you can have the Queen and no one needs to have the upper bunk. Am I understanding right that it's just the 2 of you in the room? I'd LOVE to cruise with just my Mom:hug:! Have a great time!:goodvibes
     
  13. kdeans1010

    kdeans1010 DIS Veteran

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    Yep, it's just my mom and I. I don't have kids. I took my dad last year (after I graduated nursing school and he pushed me through.) and we had a lot of fun together (he loved doing the FE). So I thought since Mom watched my kid/Tucker, my golden retriever (who apparently cried the entire time I was gone), I'd take her. The difference is Dad is very "I can sleep anywhere!" and go with the flow. My mom is "I need a queen bed to sleep. You can't expect your mother to sleep in a twin bed."

    I am getting kinda' nervous because the two of us have very different sleep patterns (I am a NOC shifter and on my days off I fall asleep around 6pm, wake up at 3-4am. She goes to bed at midnight and wakes up at 9 or 10am.). I am totally psyched for this vacation, the only thing kinda' stressing me out is the sleep stuff because we both have weird sleeping ticks (I posted a thread about Nyquil earlier as well).
     
  14. KurlyStarr

    KurlyStarr Earning My Ears

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    You'd be surprised at how your usual routines (sleeping, eating) kind of change on a cruise. LOL

    Don't worry... and have fun! :-)
     

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