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We just returned from a wonderful week in WDW. We were traveling with a 2 & 5 year old and it was imperative that we stay stocked on water. The bottled water was expensive and often not very cold. We did have a small Coleman personal water bottle container. I know you can request ice water at any location that serves drinks in cups, however the wait for a single drink could be 20 minutes or more. We found that in some of the outdoor cart locations where they sell the squeeze breeze misters, the hosts were more than okay with us getting some ice and some water out of the tub. It was quick, free and easy (as very few things are in WDW in August. LOL!) - Amy Miles

Categories: Food & Beverage
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During a recent visit, we were very happy to learn that we could purchase an "all-you-can-drink" mug at Typhoon Lagoon (the cost was $9-ish). Besides saving money on the day we purchased it, we can "renew" the mug for $5.50 on return days at ANY of the water parks, and we were assured that the deal is good for life!! - Kathy Buckley of Windsor, CO

Categories: Water Parks, Typhoon Lagoon
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