Along with the spare glasses, if you don't already have one or use one, one of those eyeglass holder strings . . If you're like me, the glasses are always sliding down the nose - and there is a lot of leaning over the rails in Alaska
This one is only good if you are driving to your cruise port... After our last cruise, it was decided that for our next one, we are bringing a couple of rolls of a toilet paper from home. The stuff they use on the ship is like a Texan- rough and tough and doesn't take crap from anyone....
Seriously though... The plastic shoe "holder" for the back of the door is a good idea. We have been bringing one for the last 4 cruises I think. It really helps keep the clutter down and the cabin organized. We found that we can hang it on inside of the closet door so that it is not "out in the room". Very handy.
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Fantasy 90, Celebration 95, Victory 05, Conquest 05, Spirit 6/06, Freedom 6/08, Holiday 7/08, Victory 6/09, Valor 9/09, Dream 6/10, Splendor 8/10,Conquest 8/11,Magic 11/11,Triumph 4/12,Spirit 7/12,Freedom 11/12, Triumph 2/13 - The fire cruise
NCL Dream October 2006, RCCL Mariner OTS June 2007
I may use smiley faces and type "haha" alot, but i usually don't actually laugh out loud - that one got an audible chuckle out of me
I actually laughed out loud at that too!
I don't know if Dave's baby wipes covered this, but take along some individual antibacterial wet ones. I also take those small bottles of hand sanitizer. I take a small can of lysol too for the bathroom. I know, here I go with my germ phobia again.
I've used the hair dryers on board for years and never had a bit of trouble. One time I had one go out. I called the purser's office and within an hour had a new one. Before chemo, my hair was down to my waist and the hair dryers on board worked great.