I have read that there are not alot of plugs on the miracle what I want to know is how close to the bed is there a plug .I need to know how long of an extention cord I need to bring with me. I am also taking a powerstrip
Honestly, I don't remember there being plugs right next to the bed, but we were in a handicapped room, so it may have been different. I know there was a plud in the bathroom, and there was also a plug on the desk area. Those were the only ones we used though. I would bring a battery operated clock with you on the ship though, as there's no way of knowing the time in you rcabin, especially if you have an inside cabin! We had a cell phone with us, so I had to use the clock on there, though of course I had to get out of bed to check the time because the cell phone was plugged in on the desk!
Unless there are more than 2 of you in the cabin I would think the power strip would be all you would need. Also, the plug in the bathroom is ONLY for shavers so don't count on plugging anything else in there.
Forgive my ignorance, but why would you need a power bar?
How many items would you want to plug in at the same time anyway?
The only items requiring electricity my wife brings are the hairdryer and curling iron. We've never needed many receptacles. As stated above there usually is a receptacle around the desk area and one in the bathroom. If you want to bring an extension cord buy one with multiple plugs (usually 3) at the end. A 10 - 12 foot cord should be enough to move around the cabin.
I totally agree with you. I've only taken an extension cord with 3 plugs and it takes up less room in the luggage. Roll it up and put it in my husband's dress shoe. We only needed it when the boys would cruise with us for their cd players and other misc items.
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