CD players in room?

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  1. jlhill4444

    jlhill4444 Mouseketeer

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    Can anyone that has stayed in a family suite at ASMu tell me if the alarm clocks have a CD player on them? My DD1 likes to listen to music when she goes to bed and I am wondering if I need to bring a CD player or not. Thanks!
     
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  3. HM

    HM My tag from the Tag Fairy is now too long to use.

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    No, I don't think any rooms at WDW have CD players in them.

    Hard Rock Hotel over at Universal does though.
     
  4. jlhill4444

    jlhill4444 Mouseketeer

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    Thanks for your help. I didn't think so, but thought I would ask!
     
  5. sharadoc

    sharadoc Visit WDW since '86, driving since '94.

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    The iHomes have aux inputs that you can plug into the earphone jack of your mp3 player or portable CD player.
     
  6. TigrLvsPooh

    TigrLvsPooh Planning WDW Trips Obsessively

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    The TV in your room has a Disney music station. Also they have storytime with Duffy at night on another channel, my kids always liked that. :) Maybe an iPod would be a good gift for your daughter?? Then she'll always have her music with her when she travels. :thumbsup2
     
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    TigrLvsPooh Planning WDW Trips Obsessively

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    oops! just saw that she is 1 , SORRY!!!! :headache: DOH!
     
  8. TigrLvsPooh

    TigrLvsPooh Planning WDW Trips Obsessively

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    Ok, so new advice ;) I would recommend taking her CD and uploading the music to iTunes. That way you can transfer it all to your iPod or phone or MP3 player, whatever you happen to have. That way you can travel with it easier than bringing along the actual CD and/or CD player. those iHome docking stations in the resort rooms are really nice systems with pretty decent sound. Or you can do what we do, buy a small speaker that plugs into your phone... I have this one I travel with:

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    I take this with me on all my travels. It's great for hotels, outdoors, pretty much anywhere. :)
     
  9. jlhill4444

    jlhill4444 Mouseketeer

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    That is a great idea! I also have a white noise app on my phone I can use, she likes that.
     

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