Will I be able to make a 'proper' cup of tea in my DVC accommodation? Putting aside the fact that I should be drinking coffee when in the US ("When in Rome...." etc. etc), I confess that I can't function without my cup of tea in the morning. I've tried to make do with bunging a tea-bag in the coffee maker, but it doesn't do it for me, so I usually take my trusty travel kettle with me to US hotels. Last year was our first DVC stay and we were in a Studio so the travel kettle came along as I knew there was only a coffee maker provided, but in October we'll be living the life of luxury in a Grand Villa! What I need to know is whether the 'full kitchen' facilites in the larger DVC accommodations include a kettle for boiling water. I think the 'tea kettle' mentioned in the Guidebook's list of equipment is what we would call a teapot but, if that's right, is there also a kettle?