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    does it work like a hotel room? with mousekeeping cleaning it daily, making the beds, changing towels, etc...? or does it work differently?

    not a DVC stay, but you know, just booking a villa or studio instead of a regular room

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    Yes it does














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    Even in a DVC if you are staying there as a paying (non member) guest then you should have housekeeping daily.






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    good to know!!

    thank you!!!

    I think we will REALLY need a kitchen next time we visit





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    Definite benefit with a young family! I however have done all that before and the only thing I shall be doing in the kitchen is making drinks! :tongue: the washing machine is going to be useful though














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    hahahahahaha drinks... hahahaha... well, yeah, it could also work for drinks hahahahaha





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    Apparently there is a blender














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    Yes indeedy, there is a blender! LOL.

    Mari the kitchen is a lifesaver! The full refrigerator alone is well worth the cost of the villa. It's so much easier to have breakfast in your villa, and even light suppers. We've been known to do full dinners too! With little ones I'm a big believer in keeping their diet as close to what they are used to as possible to avoid stomach (and other ) issues. Not fool proof by any means, but does go a long way toward avoid upsets.






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    I agree 100%

    add to that 1 SUPER picky eater, who is lactose intolerant and who wont try ANY new foods.... recipe for disaster! hahahaha.... she lived on grapes and fries, and the odd bite of a Mickey waffle here and there.....

    So when we go back, we definitly will need a kitchen





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