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Luggage and bags: sunscreen,panchos\umbrella,sunglasses.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: shortshorts(girls) flipflops(both) bathingsuits w/ dress top(girls) swimtrunks(guys) sunglasses(both)
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: need a fistaid kit [just in case]
Photo Equipment: need a camera for memories 3
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: sunscreeen needed !!!! >.
Written Jul 19, 2012
Luggage and bags: check your luggage and bags if you forgot everything make a list!
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: take anything clothes and shoes and rain coats too! winter coats as well
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: if your hotel has tolietries don't worry! but if you have Medical Supplies go to your local market!
Photo Equipment: Don't forget your camera and film to shoot some characters in disney
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: bring your towel!
Miscellaneous: oh! one more thing bring money!
Written Oct 10, 2010
Luggage and bags: I found it very useful to carry a small backpack where I could stuff my camera, sunscreen, fastpasses and what not. However, you should know that as you enter the theme parks, security checks ALL bags (even small purses) so it can take a while if you carry a big backpack with many compartments (they'll check them all).
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Definitely bring a pair of good walking shoes/sandals, and a hat or baseball cap to shield your head from the sun. If you go in the summertime, you should pack a couple emergency raincoats (the ones you can get for about $2) and carry them around in your backpack, just in case. A lot of people leave when it starts to rain, which makes it the best time to hit all the most popular rides!
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Band-aids, in case you get blisters from walking so much, and sunscreen.
Miscellaneous: To save some money, we each brought our own reusable water bottle (the aluminum/ stainless steel kind; plastic bottles can develop toxins and bacteria, especially when it's so hot outside). Water fountains are easy to find at all theme parks so you can refill them and stay hydrated for free! We also packed plenty of granola bars to avoid having to spend money on snacks, and a few packs of gum since you can't buy gum at Walt Disney World.
Written Aug 16, 2009
Luggage and bags: Take a day pack with you . Lockers are available as soon as you enter for a fee of $7.00. You can store extra articles there incase you need them later.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: A sun hat, and rain poncho and good walking shoes , are a good idea for a day at the park . However we always come prepared. What starts out as a hot day can turn chilly as the day turns in to evening.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: There are firt aid stations here but don't forget sunscreen . It's more expensive here.
Photo Equipment: Lots of digital memory and don't forget batteries. You can purchase them but they will cost more here.
Miscellaneous: It's a good idea to pack a water bottle for everyone . They can be refilled at the foutains . We always take a cooler for our lunch and store it in oor locker.
Written Apr 6, 2009
Luggage and bags: We actually brough a suitcase on our last trip since it was an extended stay.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Comfotable walking shoes for the parks and flips for the water parks.
Bathing suit for the water parks and resort pool.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, tooth brush, toothpaste, hair gel, hair brush, contact lenses, contact lens solution and my glasses.
Sunscreen is a must in Florida unless you want to look like a Lobster.
Photo Equipment: Digital camera and video camera with extra tapes. Memory card reader.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: An umbrella is always a must....it is Florida.
Miscellaneous: Refillable water botle. Water can be pricey so bring an empty into the park and refill it at water fountains as you go along.
Updated Mar 3, 2009
Luggage and bags: Bring a tote bag to carry around your sunblock, sunglasses, water bottle and even a rain poncho.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Comfortable walking shoes, sunglasses, sundresses, shorts, tank tops, bathing suit, rain poncho
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: sunblock, sunblock, sunblock
Photo Equipment: Digital camera and extra memory discs
Miscellaneous: Bring your cell phone, Rich and I found them useful when Patrick and I were waiting to go on a ride that the other kids didn't want to go on.
Written Sep 6, 2008
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Although Florida doesn't experience all 4 seasons like northern states do, it still gets cold. In the summer months, it gets hot. Some days are humid while most days are just hot but bearable. This changes every year however. I've noticed that this year, it's far less humid than it was last year. If you plan on being outdoors a lot, shorts, short sleeve shirts, and sandals/flip flops will do. I'd also suggest bringing sunglasses and possibly a hat. Bring a sweater and an umbrella as well because it rains nearly everyday in the summer. Autumn months and spring months are cooler and most locals can get away with wearing jeans everyday. Believe it or not, it does get cold in the winter months especially in the mornings and evenings. I lived in Massachusetts for 16 years and I know what cold is. Think you can handle the Florida cold? Think again. Definitely bring a sweater with you if you plan on vacationing in December or January.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: If you're like me and you burn in 5 minutes when exposed to the sun, bring sunblock and aloe in case you do burn. Believe me, the physical pain of sunburns will ruin your vacation.
Updated Aug 5, 2008
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: WEAR COOL CLOTHES,IT GETS,HOT,HUMID AND SUNNY!!!!
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: BRING SUNSCREEN.Also, bring aloe gel in case of the usual burn, and your shampoo,conditioner,your soap everything you have at home that is nesscasarry.
Photo Equipment: Bring some disposable cameras to snap some shots of your kids,plus if it gets lost, no biggie!!
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: There are water parks at Walt Disney World,so bring that yellow polka dot bikini!!:)
Written May 15, 2008
Luggage and bags: Nothing orlando is fun and you can find things to do every day but for the way down a book and paper should do the trick expecialy if you are comming during the day your family will love the view and lights i cant gert enough one time i looked out and saw my house. but one of the best views was that of avalon park its beautful you should try to spot it!
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: durring summer all you need is a bathing suit and shorts posably a shirt but you get what i mean light packing. you barly need shoes mabe just flip flops for girls.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: just tooth brushes but becareful they are strict on liquid things.
Photo Equipment: water prof camra so at aquataca you can get it wet!
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: bug spray lots a masqutoes!
Miscellaneous: just have fun and enjoy your self! :) lol
Updated Apr 20, 2008
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: light colored clothing, loose fitting shorts, t-shirts and tops, airy shoes like the sandal-style tennis shoes, sun visors, sunglasses, poncho for the summer months (May-September).
Same as above, but maybe a light jacket as well and a pair of jeans and sneakers for the winter months (October- April).
In November through March we can have one day every 6 days or so where it can get really cold at night (in the mid-30s). It just depends if a cold front is forecasted to impact the State.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Sunscreen, vinegar is helpful with jellyfish stings.
Photo Equipment: I recommend bringing a digital point and shoot that can fit in your pocket. You really can't lug around tripods and expensive camera gear comfortably around the theme parks. If you plan on doing things other than the theme parks like going to the beach, then maybe the nicer camera gear will be less of a bother.
Written Sep 24, 2007
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