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Old 9 Jun 19, 06:18 PM  
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Cheap water!

Our trip is fast approaching yippee! We have free half board staying at Newport bay (not compass club) and are flying.

Whatís the cheapest way to get drinking water ? Iím guessing it costs a fortune to buy from the park/hotel. Last time we were compass club so was easier.

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There are drinking fountains dotted around the parks and just outside them. They tasted fine. We used them all the time when we went.
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For bottled either the garage near Santa Fe or the shop in the station near the village. There is also a large supermarket and shopping centre at Val díeurope. Your problem may be keeping it cold.
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Free filtered water is available at all Disney quick service counters...just ask.
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Thank you.

We have some good water bottles so I think will take then and fill them at the fountains and counter service places. They keep water cold for ages so that should work.
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Iíll second what others have said, just use the fountains. Nice and cold and no weird aftertaste.
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Good news, was going to ask a similar question

Can I ask a related one, are you ok taking food into DLP ?
Is there anything that you can't take in
just trying to look after my DDs eating disorder in the best possible way , which is likely to be packed lunches
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Good news, was going to ask a similar question

Can I ask a related one, are you ok taking food into DLP ?
Is there anything that you can't take in
just trying to look after my DDs eating disorder in the best possible way , which is likely to be packed lunches
You can take any food into DLP, they just don't allow picnic baskets or cool boxes.
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