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Check Out Disney World in Florida

Posted on 05 May 2018 by admin (0)

To make sure the happiest place on earth doesn’t turn to an expensive, exhausting and sweaty ordeal, here are the things you should bring:

A Backpack

A solid backpack with sufficient room to put everything will be needed. You have to get one that is big enough to hold one day’s worth of supplies but ensure your supplies aren’t bulky so as not to have issues navigating through the crowd.

Healthy Snacks

When you get to the park, it’s close to impossible to get healthy food. So, you can bring your own nuts, fruits or energy bars so you won’t have to settle for fries in case your kids get naughty in the middle of the day.

A Fanny Pack

Say what you will about fanny packs, but they’re basically the most convenient way to keep your essential items close at hand, unlike a cross-body purse; which is the second-best alternative, fanny packs will stay on you when you are on rides.

Wet Wipes and/or Hand Sanitizer

Having spills and dirt on you are somewhat unavoidable at the park. Just in case you like to go 100% organic, Herban Essentials makes anti-bacterial towelettes with lemon, lavender, orange, peppermint, and eucalyptus essential oils.

An Extra Change of Clothes

You’ll definitely get wet if you go on Splash Mountain. So, bring at least some extra t-shirts or tops for kids. They also become useful in case of ice-cream-related “disasters”.

Plastic Zip Top Bags

You can keep your phones in these bags when you go on water rides; you can also keep wet clothes here to separate them from the dry one.

Comfortable Walking Shoes

You certainly want to wear comfortable sandals or sneakers since you’ll be on your feet  99.99% of the time you’ll spend here.

A Phone Charger

Electrical outlets are rare and far between, so don’t forget to bring something to give your phone some extra battery juice when running low on battery.

Hats, Sunscreen, and Sunglasses

A soft sunhat that can easily be folded up and tucked into your bag is what you should bring. Also, don’t forget the sunglasses and SPF for the family.

Refillable Water Bottles

There are so many water fountains around here, which means you should save you some money by not buying bottled water.

Loose Change

Yes, it is possible to put virtually everything on your debit or credit card, but it is advisable to keep some loose change on you for the penny machines that are everywhere at the park.

Costumes

Most of the kids at the park will be dressed up in different costumes. Bring your kids’ favorite costumes from home so you won’t have to buy at the expensive gift shops.

A Way to Identify Your Kids

Most of the parents love to give their kids bracelets to wear with their mobile number written on them just in case they get separated from their kids.