carring alcohol on board

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  1. byejou

    byejou Mouseketeer

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    A d!@# blender....you are brilliant :thumbsup2 I would have never thought of this and I've cruised 4 times with DCL. I have a smoothie blender, all you do is fill drink container with liquid (liquor in this case), add ice, close with a bladed lid and invert onto mixer. Its super compact and it WILL make its first trip to WDW and on DCL in 4 weeks!!!! Thank you. :cool1:
     
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  3. byejou

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    Bummer, I just read this!!!!! Well, it sounded like a plan!!! :headache:
     
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    Runs to Amazon.com
     
  5. Plaid Princess

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    We take a case of water and a case of diet coke, just toss each one in a rolling suitcase. Even though soda and water are free onboard, we like having it in our cabin.
     
  6. wdw_monster

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    18 pack of beer, and 3 bottles, captain morgen black, Johnny walker black label and jack Daniels

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  7. MND

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    My apologies to you.

    Mike
     
  8. steves100

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    I always bring Corona on but....

    Lately I have been loving New Castle on tap.

    Anyone know if I could bring a 5l keg on. These are the small size 2 1/2
    cases kegs, just like Heineken.

    Steve
     
  9. amejiajr8

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    I think as long as it fits in carry on you are good....
     
  10. mariab

    mariab WDW AP, CASTAWAY MEMBER,

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    So the size of the carry on doesn't really matter? I know on the website they have dimensions, but if we could do two small carry on rolling suitcases that would be so much easier. Specially to bring water and beer.
     
  11. bumbershoot

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    It has to go through the X-ray machines entering the port. Typical airport style machines.
     
  12. iamtinkerballa

    iamtinkerballa Earning My Ears

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    Now why didn't I think of bringing a blender??!
    What a great idea!:thumbsup2



     
  13. slzer0

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    Pretty sureblenders are not allowed :-/
     
  14. byejou

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    Yes, I found out, no electric blenders allowed.:headache:
     

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