Connecting Rooms on the ship

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  1. juge

    juge Earning My Ears

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    Hi,
    We will be taking our first Disney cruise next week. We are traveling on the Wonder and will be staying in rooms 2142 and 2144. (My family in one room, my brother's family in the other) Is there a way to figure out if these rooms are connected? I'm having a hard time telling from the diagram online. We're hoping they are, so that only one adult would have to hang out in the room, with sleeping children!
    Thanks
    Julie
     
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  3. fakereadhed

    fakereadhed The Tag Fairy has me on "ignore"!

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    It looks to me like they are next to each other but not adjoining. Have a great time next week pixiedust:
     
  4. lbgraves

    lbgraves Little Cinderella's Mommy

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    No, according to passporter's list these rooms are not connecting rooms.
     
  5. juge

    juge Earning My Ears

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    Oh, well, thanks anyways. I appreciate your help!
    Julie
     
  6. Lew

    Lew DIS Veteran

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    If they're next to each other, they're adjoining.

    However, they are not connecting...
     
  7. AshAlytwins

    AshAlytwins DIS Veteran

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    You can contact DCL and ask them if there are connecting rooms available and ask them if they can switch you!!!! Good luck!!!!
     

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