Kids’ Pools: Making a Splash, but Not in a Good Way : The Lido Deck

Posted on February 10, 2012 – 00:00

February 10, 2012 | By Cruise Critic |

We feel your pain, the_dylaness. In her riveting Disney Magic cruise report, one of our Reviews of the Week, she takes aim at the riotous scene on the ship’s sun deck: “I know I can’t take my baby to the adult pool because that’s not the right thing to do, but she (or I, or DH) could not stand the loud, crowded, screaming, blaring misery of either of the children’s pool areas.” Been there, done that: It’s how we end up inside on a sunny day if we can’t find a lounger in a quieter area. For her efforts, the_dylaness gets an over-the-shoulder travel bag, along with fellow standouts DrJohn, thumper13, devora and FlaMilkman.

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I've decided hot to mount the stripper pole.....

2012-04-25 11:56:32 by CL4FUN08

Found the studs in the ceiling and some decent concrete bolts that won't make to big of a hole in the garage floor. I'm thinking I will put some carpet down around the pole as well. There were several requests for a pool. I'm thinking a few of those little plastic kids pools in the back yard. Also found some cheap sheets for the spare bedrooms. I know SOMEONE is gonna hood up so I've planned on burning the sheets the next day.

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Summer in the States – Keeping Your Cool  — Anglophenia
If there's no pool available, consider dipping your feet in the kids' paddling pool. Note – if you live in a swamp-type area, it's a bad idea to leave that pool out overnight, as it becomes a magnet for mosquitoes.

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