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Old February 27th, 2012, 12:33 AM
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How and where is the soda available? Is there a self serve fountain and if so, can I bring a big sipper bottle to fill up?

Does anyone have the room service menu for late nights snacks or know what is available? Cookies, ice cream, or any cheesecake/pie? How long does room service usually take late at night?

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Old February 27th, 2012, 01:56 AM
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Soda fountains are on deck 9 on the Disney Wonder (and i presume Magic). You can bring your bottle to the fountains to get them filled. The fountains usually close at 1am-ish every night.
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Old February 27th, 2012, 07:03 AM
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If filling up your personal bottle, please put the soda first into a disposable cup and then into your bottle. It's for sanitary reasons.

There are cookies and cake on the room service menu (and you can order mickey ice cream bars - these are not listed on the menu). The cookies were good but on the Dream, all of the "cakes of the day" were mousse types, and flavourless. On the Magic in Oct 2010, they cakes of the day did have some actual cake in them and were okay.
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How and where is the soda available? Is there a self serve fountain and if so, can I bring a big sipper bottle to fill up?

Does anyone have the room service menu for late nights snacks or know what is available? Cookies, ice cream, or any cheesecake/pie? How long does room service usually take late at night?

Thanks
Soda is available 24/7 at the drink station on the pool deck. You can also order sodas from room service, but there is a charge. As PP said, when filling a personal cup, please use the supplied cups to fill from the drink station and then pour it into your cup.

Room service is 24/7, full menu. It usually takes from 5-20 minutes for it to come. Hard to tell.

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