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    StewKris2000 Regular Registered Member

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    Thanks for the link, but we're out of time, so Amazon prime makes more sense cost-wise.
     
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    I'll try to keep my mug 1/2 full, so I can remember the great times!!!
     
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    Drinks at GOV are served in the plastic throwaway cups rather than the hard plastic refillable ones used at TTR. At least during the day time, not sure if they might change that up for the night.

    A Bubba is still a good idea because the cups are small and your drink will get warm fast without one.
     
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    Jess_2703 I can choose my own title Registered Member

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    night or day it's plastic throwaway! The cup are so small 2 slip and it's empty also if you bring your bubba bring some
    dish soap and wash it with the bottle or watter! Open the door of the cabinet so your fridge will be cold! Pit
    the sign to your door before going to bed because when I was there the maid knock at
    my door twice at 8H30Am!




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    I take a nice thermal thervis cup. Holds about 12 ozs. Keeps my frozen cocktails nice and cold but is not as big and cumbersome as the bubba kegs.
     
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    One more Item...
    My wife bought 8 masks for the lingerie night/masquerade night event for Friday. So, we have 6 extra. Anyone there will be welcome to them but I figured I'd give CCC folks first dibs on them. They are nothing special - they were purchased at the dollar store - but, hell, they will work for us. We want to try the Theme Nights while we are there.

    This brings me to the next question: What do men wear to Lingerie/Masquerade night? Can I just wear slacks/button-up and a mask?
     
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    It will be too hot for slacks. Nice shorts for me.
     
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    It cools off at night
     
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    I was hoping that there wasn't a strict dress code, like slacks, sport coat, etc. I live in Michigan, where it is crazy cold here 1/2 the year, and the forecast for Friday at GOV has a low of 76, so I will be sweating like a whore in church if I have to wear a lot of clothes! My wife will be wearing lingerie, so the heat won't get to her as much.
     
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    I usually drink beer and always bring solo cups (I know it sounds cliché). I found that putting the beer in a large bubba mug (like you said) is too much and, if you try to pace yourself drinking beer from a bubba mug... it gets too warm for my liking. The small plastic cups that the resort provides are too small and it seems you are forever running back to the bar to refill. For me, the red solo cup (though I usually bring blue ones) is a perfect size.
     
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