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Old 07-05-2003, 08:10 AM
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We need to leave out of Port Canaveral, Florida
on October 25 for 7 days.
(We have airline tickets already. Long story)

We need excellent group kids club for three year old to give us a break at least 4 hours a day. (for dinner and lunch)

We have been on the Disney Cruise and were thrilled with the Group babysitting. I had a lovely rest and everything was excellent. Son love the group babysitting.

Son will be potty trained in October.

Thank you for any help.
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We need to leave out of Port Canaveral, Florida
on October 25 for 7 days.
(We have airline tickets already. Long story)

We need excellent group kids club for three year old to give us a break at least 4 hours a day. (for dinner and lunch)

We have been on the Disney Cruise and were thrilled with the Group babysitting. I had a lovely rest and everything was excellent. Son love the group babysitting.

Son will be potty trained in October.

Thank you for any help.
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Old 07-05-2003, 10:16 AM
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I would suggest any of the Royal Caribbean ships. They have an excellent, comprehensive children's program. In addition to the daytime program for Aquanauts (ages 3-5) they also provide well supervised group babysitting for $5 an hour from 10 pm - 1am. As you are obviously aware from your post, the only requirements are that children must be at least 3 yrs. old, potty trained, and pull-up diaper free.
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Old 07-06-2003, 05:49 AM
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We probably should work on the potty training more and book the cruise last minute like we always do.

If he isn't potty trained we can always go to Disney World. Though I would prefer to go on a Cruise.

Thanks again!
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Old 07-06-2003, 05:52 AM
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Disney had lovely group baby sitting for any child in diapers. My three year was quite happy to go to the nursery every time and was in the nursery for about 4 and a half hours a day. (Lunch and Dinner)

We would take another Disney Cruise in a minute, but the entertainement is the same on all the ships I have been told.
 
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