Irons, hairdryer or crib available?

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  1. m1l2k3

    m1l2k3 Earning My Ears

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    :bounce: :jester: HI WE ARE TRAVELING THIS tHURSDAY 1/9 DOES THE ROOM COME WITH A HAIRDRYER AND AN IRON ? CAN YOU REQUEST A CRIB OR SHOULD i BRING MY PORTACRIB?
     
  2. peg2001

    peg2001 <font color=FF6600>Can drive DH away with a banana

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    There are irons in the laundry rooms. If you bring your own, you still have to use it in the laundry room due to the fire hazard.

    The staterooms have a hair dryer but apparently not very good ones. You will want to bring your own.

    DCL does have portacribs, essentially a pack-and-play type.

    Good luck and have fun.

    Peggy
     
  3. reveric

    reveric Mouseketeer

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    Hi M1l2k3! We're from Buffalo also! We took our first Disney cruise in October with a 5 yo dd and our 3 yo ds. We're planning on going in September with the addition of a new baby (due late February).

    Where in Buffalo do you live? It sounds like you're also travelling with a little one...how old? Be sure to post when you return and let us know how it was and any advice you have for travelling with a little one.
     
  4. buzz&woody'smom

    buzz&woody'smom DIS Veteran

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    We traveled with our 16 month old DS and he slept comfortably in the DCL Graco pack n play. They even provided tight fitting crib sheets with a Mickey design. Of course I took extra blankets and his heartbeat bear but he slept 12 hours each night on our 4 day. I don't know what Category you are in but we had a oceanview category 9 so we have the room attendant move the coffee table that is in front of the sofa for the trip and then I had him leave the pack n play up. There was also a curtain I could pull that closed the pack n play off from the restrooms and queen bed.

    The only thing I regretted was I did not take either disposable (?sp?) sippy cups or at least a small thing of dish detergent. My son will only drink milk so I found myself cleaning the several cups I brought with hot water but no soap. I even asked our server if they could clean them with dish soap and really hot water but he said they couldn't.

    Others have recommended disposable sippy cups which I have seen at Wal-Mart. I think next time we go I will take a small thing of dish soap to wash out his cups and such. Also an umbrella stroller is perfect. You can fold it down and put it in the closet and I used it to take him to dinner, shows etc.

    Good luck and have fun!
     

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