What are the cabin doors made of and Coffe-mate on the boat????

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  1. schoolee01

    schoolee01 Earning My Ears

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    Two very important questions :jester: I need answered before we set sail:

    1. What are the cabin doors made out of? .........I was wondering if I can use a Picture Magnet to decorate the door or will I need some kind of tape or what do you past cruisers reccomend???

    and (most important)

    2. Does the ship have Coffe-Mate flavored coffee creamers on board???? (I admit it I am addicted lol) :smooth:


    TIA
     
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  3. Verandah Man

    Verandah Man I "DREAM" of a "FANTASY" that is full of "MAGIC" & DIS Lifetime Sponsor

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    Doors are made of metal, I placed all kinds of door magnets on my cabin door. For photos go to www.verandahman.com and look under "2003 MAGICal Cruise Trip Report" in the left hand column.

    Don't have an answer for question #2, as I am an iced tea drinker.
     
  4. kajohn

    kajohn DIS Veteran

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    No flavored creamers that I found. If you are truly adicted (like I am), bring those coffee creamer singles with you, like the kind you can get at gas stations, 7 elevens etc.
     
  5. schoolee01

    schoolee01 Earning My Ears

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    Thank you both so much for your help :bounce:
     
  6. plutospup

    plutospup <b><font color=f95602>Member of the 'Jambo! WildBu

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    This past April I took a box of the Hazelnut creamers aboard. At one point I thought a lady was going to mug me for my coffee creamer!
     
  7. schoolee01

    schoolee01 Earning My Ears

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    lol I believe it French Vanilla is my favorite :bounce: :Pinkbounc I guess I'll be taking some with although the powdered is just not the same as the liquid :rolleyes:
     
  8. plutospup

    plutospup <b><font color=f95602>Member of the 'Jambo! WildBu

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    The liquid might be available at Sam's Club, or Costco. I'm lucky that I know a coffee wholesaler, who gets boxes of the "liquid gold" creamers for our cruises! Best of all, the Coffeemate liquid creamers do not need to be refrigerated.
     
  9. kajohn

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    I bought mine at either costco or sam's club. I prefer hazelnut. I think the grocery store carried the little cups of the liquid as well, check in the isle where the powdered creamer is.

    I always keep some of those little cups in the pantry at home. You never know when you are going to run out, it's great to have as backup, keeps me from having a horrible morning!!!
     
  10. schoolee01

    schoolee01 Earning My Ears

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    What???? The website says that they need to be refridgerated plmk if you know something else :p and thanks I have not seen the little cups at my grocery but now i will keep an eye open appreciate the tips so much
     
  11. LisaGoeke

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    If you have the individual cups they do not need to be refrigerated. When you purchase them they are sitting on a shelf, not refrigerated.

    Didn't I read while in dry dock the ships are getting a makeover and there will now be a coffee shop? Wonder if they'll carry the coffee mate once they have the coffee shop?

    I love my Fat Free Vanilla cream!! :p (drinking it right now)
     

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