the power strip I never used. I have a cpap machine and it plugged into the outlet by the table. We didn't use a hair dryer, but there was an outlet in the bathroom too. Didn't take travel checks, just used the little cash for tipping and the plastic for all esle. Be sure to take two bathing suits. I personally hate putting on a wet suit.
definitely needed the power strip
bring an illuminated clock radio...very dark at night
take out 1/2 of your clothes (you wear your swimsuit most of the time)
bring 2 swimsuits
a light jacket or sweater...the showrooms get cold
can coolers...if your are a beer drinker ..this keeps em cold longer
mix and match dinner outfits...we never kept them on longer than 2 hours so bring
a couple of skirts, capris and tops and mix and match
I second Camelia!! Definitely twice as much cash, half the clothes!
For 8 day cruise I brought five sport tops and five skirts (I am into the sporty look of a sport exercise tank in a bright color, and a mid-thigh sport skirt - so that was my basic wardrobe) - I literally could have made the whole trip with just three tops and three skirts, also brought tennis sneakers, ankle socks, etc. Then of coures the formal attire, and two sun-dresses for the dining room.
Definitely two bathing suits.
Here are my top suggestions:
BACKPACK (i use a mountainsmith lumbar pack that also converts to a sling pack or backpack - great for roaming on shore and stashing your souveniers)
ID CARD CARRIER - I bought a clear plastic carrier at wal-mart for $1. It is clear, for our next cruise I'd like the same thing but not clear . It goes around your neck, but can easily be tied to a belt loop and slipped down your shorts or in your pocket. It was great for walking around the ship, easily accessible. We used this off the ship as well, my DH wore it around his neck, under a t-shirt.
WATER BOTTLE - we had a little water bottle that was used frequently, you can fill it up with ice tea, juice, etc at the drink station on the lido deck restaurant.
SUNSCREEN - cheaper buying it at home and taking it with you.
These are the items I used daily, along with the basics toiletries of toothbrush, etc.
Reading the tread about rooms cold at night, Has anyone sailed on the Glory
and are there rooms cold, it would be great to know not to bring a skimpy night gown
I imagine we can not regulate the air in the cabins??
Ditto on the Twice as much money ...and double ditto on the clothes.
.I think I brought enough clothes for the entire summer!!... I had one sweatshirt and a nice black sweater...Wish I had another sweater or light blazer because the ship cold..(well, I'm always cold anyway) I always had a sweatshirt tied on my waist during the day so If I went inside I would not freeze...