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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 extra bags for the extra stuffs that you're going to buy while in Orlando. We actually bought 3 big bags for the excess stuffs that we bought.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Because of the unpredictable weather in Orlando. One should not miss to bring umbrella and Ponchos/raincoat. Umbrella for either sunny or rainy day :-)
Comfortable shoes or thick sole slippers or sandals coz you'll be doing a looooooooot of walking.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: A. Although its not that hard to find paracetamol and anti allergy medicines in Orlando. It is better to bring your own. You may not find the brand that suites you.
B. Sunscreen ~ Apply sunscreen with a SPF of atleats 15, paying special attetnion to your ears, face , nose and shoulders.
Photo Equipment: Batteries, charger, water proof case or water proof camera.
Miscellaneous: A. Mist fan to cool you down on a hot and sunny day.
B. Wear a hat
C. Wear sunglasses with UV Protection
D. Bring a small bag or a back pack wherein you can put your stuffs.
Updated Aug 31, 2007
Luggage and bags: -Don't forget to put sunblock on before going to parks.
If have kids, bring a notebook and pen for autographs from the Disney characters.Best if each kid has own pen.
-Wear comfortable tennis shoes, you are going to be walking a lot.
-you are allowed to bring food and water and and snacks in park (beverages ok if not glass containers)
Is nice to bring a few juices and snacks for kids with price of food/drinks so expensive.
But do not bring more than you want to carry all day.
Updated Nov 5, 2004
Luggage and bags: For a weekend trip, the two of us could easily stuff our needs in to my one roll-aboard TravelPro suitcase. That didn't leave room for any purchases, of course.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Shorts, t-shirts, something nice to wear to dinner, sandals and DEFINITELY bring a rain coat, poncho or umbrella, unless you like getting wet. Expect rain in Florida most of the year 'round.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Mosquito repellent isn't a bad thing, though on this trip, it was Winter and we weren't bothered. Sunscreen is a good idea in the Summer, but not necessary in December.
Photo Equipment: My trusty Nikon Coolpix was just dandy.
Written Dec 17, 2003
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Often stray showers will fall while you are visiting a park. This fact is not lost on Disney! Most all gift shops in all the parks sell Mickey ponchos costing about $8 or so for the adult size. The first time we got caught in the rain, we had to buy these ponchos. Now I pack one for each of us so that we can still continue having fun in the parks. It's hilarious to see a huge crowd, adults & children alike, all wearing yellow ponchos with Mickey Mouse on them!
Now as far as rides go, some people really like to get wet on "Splash Mountain" in the Magic Kingdom & such which is alot of fun. If you like to get wet, I suggest wearing light clothing that dries quickly in the sun! But if you ride the "Kalahari Rapids" ride in Animal Kingdom, expect to get drenched!! I don't like to walk around with a wet seat half the day, so I wear my poncho! You can always tell people who have never been on the ride before--they're the ones who look like they just took a shower fully clothed!!
Updated Oct 31, 2006
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
Miscellaneous: Having our own GPS unit during our travels made our lives easier esp when we travelled from one state to the other. the easiest route, nearest hospital, attractions, restaurants, grocery, gas station etc are all provided here through one touch to the screen :-) Although updates are needed esp for new locations of restaurants, shops and even the roads still it was very useful and helpful during our trip. Car rental company do provide GPS unit for an additional charge so, it is better to get one on your own esp for future travels.
Updated Aug 29, 2007
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: It is very hot here during the summer, and usually during the fall also. However, most of the restaurants, stores, and other indoor places have their airconditioning on like 50 degrees F, and I never go out without bringing a jacket, to wear indoors during the summer. The humidity is worst in August, so be prepared for sweating a lot outside. On most days during the summer there will be a thunderstorm in the afternoon, so be prepared for large amounts of rain in a short period.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: You MUST wear sunscreen outside ( SPF 30 and up) , if you are out more than 5 minutes most of the year. Everyone, regardless of how well you tan. If you stay outside all day without sunscreen, you will most likely end up in the emergency room with a severe sunburn.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Don't camp in a tent in July or August: too hot , too many thunderstorms and bugs. If you camp, do it in March or April, maybe May.
Updated Mar 27, 2006
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
Miscellaneous: In my experience, there is so much to buy in Orlando (both souvenirs in the parks, and from all of the shopping malls / outlets), try to keep your case as empty as possible so that you can fill it up when you get there.
Remember - there is a luggage restriction on the airlines!
Written May 3, 2003
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