breakfast help - Alaska

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  1. FlowerMouse

    FlowerMouse 1st time Disney cruiser

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    We have an early 6:30am excursion. From reading, this is before 1st room service delivery. Could we order roomservice breakfast (pastries) the night before to store in room cooler?
     
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  3. neg58

    neg58 DIS Veteran

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    Room service is 24 hours/day, so you can order the breakfast items early, just don't leave your card out on your door - actually call it in.

    Nancy
     
  4. DCL Repeaters

    DCL Repeaters DCL addicts

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    If this is a DCL excursion you can bet that Beach Blanket or Goofy's will be open much eariler than your 6:30am meeting time. Check your navigators when you get them the night before. My experience has been that DCL is well aware of what time their excursions are meeting and adjust breakfast times accordingly.
     
  5. IBelieveInTheMagic

    IBelieveInTheMagic DIS Veteran

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    I posted this question in our group thread and one of my nice cruise members found a Navigators that showed "real dining" opened early on these port days. I'm not sure what port you are referring to but we have the same "issue". We have a 715am and 745am excursion time on two different days and we also want a warm, real breakfast to fill us up (not room service).

    Hope this helps :)

    Heather
     
  6. IBelieveInTheMagic

    IBelieveInTheMagic DIS Veteran

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    You beat me to it :)

    Heather
     
  7. Ware Bears

    Ware Bears Bring me that horizon Moderator

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    Thank you :goodvibes I had been wondering about breakfast on the early days.
     

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