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Old 06-27-2009, 06:04 AM
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thank you Dwayne as you will have guessed by now I am Memes husband.

thanks for the advice on the clock ticker,I fixed it for her
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If I remember correctly, the coffee from room service will come to your room in an insulated carafe / pitcher so there should be more than a couple of cups. Enjoy your cruise and your coffee.

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thank you Dwayne as you will have guessed by now I am Memes husband.

thanks for the advice on the clock ticker,I fixed it for her
You are welcome. Yeah, I had a hunch about that. I try not to assume anyone's marital status though. I learned a long time ago not to make assumptions about such things.

A few more suggestions for getting coffee or tea through room service. If you are going to have varying times of waking up to a cup of brew during the cruise, place a room service order directly with them the night before. If you are going to have a set wake up time during the cruise, you can ask your Cabin Steward to put in a standing Room Service order for the entire cruise.

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If I remember correctly, the coffee from room service will come to your room in an insulated carafe / pitcher so there should be more than a couple of cups. Enjoy your cruise and your coffee.
Yes you remembered correctly.

The hot water for the tea comes the same way. I usually order coffee for 1, and tea for 1. Now if I can remember correctly they have decaff tea now. I know for years I'd have to bring my own. The last few years I've been strategically picking my cabin so it is an easy walk to the self serve station on the Lido. Of course, it is convenient to the Lido Bar as well.

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is'nt anything better than drinking a cup of joe at sea.aahhh!! and yes you will get addicted to cruising.we are booked on our 14th cruise in oct 2009. 14th in 8 years.we love it.and Carnival is the beat out there.we have tried two others.but we always miss Carnival.. !!!
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Hi fairground, welcome to Cruise-Chat. I sure hope that you and meme4ya will become as addicted as the rest of us! It's one addiction I don't want to every get rid of. I always go get the coffee for my hubby, I just love walking around the ship early in the morning when it's quiet and very few people out and about. I pretend it's my own private yacht. Best wishes for a fantastic time!
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Originally posted by penny3333: I always go get the coffee for my hubby

Shhh Penny don't give him ideas

You guys have all been great, if the people on board are half as nice I am sure we will have a wonderful time.
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The only reason Penny volunteers to go get coffee is because she's looking for sticky buns.
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Old 06-29-2009, 11:45 AM
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