Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Rocking to Sleep (Tips and Memories)

Rocking to Sleep (Tips and Memories)

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Sleeping on a moving vessel can be a magical experience. Make more magic in your stateroom with these tips:

“Bring something from home to personalize your stateroom, like a photo in a frame, a bouquet of silk flowers, or a radio or CD player. You can also decorate your stateroom door (see page 562).”

“Make every bit of space count! After you unpack, stash your empty luggage under the bed and use one (or more) suitcases for your dirty laundry and another for souvenirs.”

“Consider bringing a clear shoe organizer and hanging it up in your closet (sorry, they're not allowed on bathroom doors anymore). It keeps all those little items that can clutter your stateroom organized.”

“The Disney Dream Class staterooms have many light switches. One controls a night light, which is a very nice addition. And if you have an inside room with a Virtual Porthole, there’s a switch by the bed for that, too—no need to close a blackout curtain!”

“Have family, want space, but not the cost of two adjoining verandah cabins? Book one verandah stateroom and the inside stateroom across the hallway. You have separate sleeping areas, but are close enough that people can pop in and out and share the space.”

— contributed by Disney cruiser Mary Albright

Magical Memory

“On our Disney Cruise, we decorated our stateroom door with photos that we printed on 5x7 magnetic sheets (purchased from an office supply store). The photos were from past Disney Cruises, Disneyland, Disney World, our Disney Wedding, Disney Holidays, and other Disney memories. This really personalized our door and we were happy to share our wonderful Disney memories with other cruisers!”

...as told by Sharon Fontejon

Spruce up your door with personalized magnets!

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