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Old 07-19-2018, 07:20 AM   #16
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I don't sleep all that great anywhere. It doesn't matter what kind of bed it is. I've stayed at some places with great mattresses and pillow and still woke up a lot. I think the difference in light and sound are different from home and that matters a lot.
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I sleep better at Disney than in most hotels that we stay and I am sure that has to do with the sheer amount of walking we do at Disney.

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For some reason, no matter how nice the bed is, I struggled to fall asleep at Disney for at least the first 2 nights. After that, I think Iím so tired my body just shuts down. I honestly think itís more an issue with pillows more than the bed. Iím picky about my pillows and that makes it harder to fall asleep. Might have to stuff my pillow in a bag next trip and see if it makes a difference!
I have been Soooo tempted to try bringing my pillow !
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Peppermint foot cream is the bomb!! I've used different brands over the years and it is great for tired feet.
I don't sleep well the first couple nights because I am so hyped up and excited. Also, I think I have a hard time getting into vacation mode--to stop fully thinking about work, etc.
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I have been Soooo tempted to try bringing my pillow !
My mother and I always travel with our own pillows! If not we both wake up sick with migraines due to our necks being uncomfortable.

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