Ten items to take with you when visiting an Orlando theme park.

Ten items to take with you when visiting an Orlando theme park.So you’ve purchased your tickets, you’ve arranged the travel together with the hotel, at this point all you need to consider is packing. “But hold on. Exactly what items do you really need to take to a theme park?” I overhear you wonder.

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Stated below I will inform you of the best 10 things which it is recommended to be sure to take to the parks with you.Sunblock

Certainly the most important item to not forget! Florida can usually get pretty darn hot, even throughout the winter time. Even if the sun isn’t shining, there is still a chance you may get sunburnt through clouds. Take it!

H2o

Bringing a reusable bottle of drinking water (or any fluid come to think of it) could be a complete lifesaver throughout those sizzling hot days out. Once you’ve consumed it all, you can use a nearby drinking fountain and refill it and reuse it all over again.
Recommendation: We normally freeze our beverages (non-carbonated) when ever we go to the theme parks. This lets them to remain freezing cold all day long.

Camera

You might be surprised at the number of people that actually forget their camcorder. Of course most parks have photographers (that ask for a large amount of cash for prints) but when you desire to take your own personal photographic memories, remember that digital camera! There are often signs displaying photograph opportunities or alternatively character meet and greets.

Comfy Walking Shoes

Take into account the total number of miles you will find yourself walking in a day. You will likely fail to remember how much you really walk, as you will probably be having too much fun! But nonetheless wearing uncomfortable footwear and even getting blisters all over your feet can definitely mess up your day. It is most especially true for your child as they will become very cranky!

Bucks

Or possibly a credit card. You should most certainly have to take some dollars with you. You will find a heck of a lot of shopping to be done. Wouldn’t it be a shame if you forgot the wallet? The majority of the stuff that you can buy in the Orlando theme parks are different from normal theme parks. Many other parks have a lot of junk that you simply shouldn’t buy! But at the Orlando theme parks (notably EPCOT) you will discover a great deal of very neat items you can purchase.

ID

Several times when working at EPCOT I would ring somebody up for their purchases, then they would give me their credit card which was unsigned… Now Disney have a rule in which we can’t accept unsigned credit cards without an ID (drivers license or passport). Also if you are planning to drink alcoholic beverages (and are also over twenty one) you need proof of your age. Especially when “drinking around the world” at EPCOT.

Zip Lock Food Bag

A food bag?! Is that dude serious? YES! But certainly not to put meals in. Imagine this. You’re on a water ride dropping down the highest drop, your raft plunges into the waters and thus covers you completely. But wait! You left the cell phone in your pocket so at this moment it’s entirely water logged not to mention won’t start. Wouldn’t it be seriously awesome for those who brought a zip lock food bag to leave it in so it could be guarded against water? Pack it!

Cell Phone

And precisely what good could a food bag be without the phone? However more to the point, what step do you take if you should misplace your children in the crowds of people and you are without a way to be contacted? (Don’t stress or panic – happens often and security are prepared). Ok so the easiest method to prepare for this is to take a pen and then mark your cell phone number on your kids arms so they won’t forget your number to get in touch with you. Make certain you tell them that IF you get separated to approach a theme park staff member and let them know you need to contact the number on their arm. You will shortly be back together.

Poncho/ Rain Jacket

Sure they sell these inside the park, but then again they also charge huge bucks for them. My best advice is simply to shop for them from Walmart or Publix. The average price at the theme parks is approximately $8. Walmart selling price? $1.
Amusing Fact: Did you know Disney keep their ponchos closed away in a cupboard until it rains? As soon as they discovered the storms they make a crazy dash to put out all the ponchos. Time to make some cash for the Mouse… But seriously. Buy them from Walmart. They will often not be the best quality nonetheless helps you to save seven dollars.

Change of Clothes (including underclothing) or simply a Swimsuit

Remember earlier on when you were plunged into streams of the particular water ride and found yourself completely drenched? Well imagine having to go around all day with soaking wet clothes! I’ve done it before. Sure enough the warm sunshine could possibly dry you a little, but if you don’t bring a change of clothing you will find yourself quite miserable for several hrs. And you’re meant to be having a nice day!

And finally, you can find great vacation tips, find out how to get  free disney tickets , and other top ten things to do in orlando at www.orlandovacationtipsblog.com

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