I found out on my last trip in June that the parks' First Aid will provide free tylenol and other common OTC meds if needed. My son had a terrible headache at EPCOT and we stopped there thinking we could buy some. All the nurse did was write his name down and gave him the appropriate dose of children's tylenol and a small bottle of water. I offered to pay, put they said it was complimentary. I don't want to be caught out again, so I will be making sure I bring some anyways on my next trip.Yes, bring ALL the sunscreen. It will be expensive if you buy from the resort general store. Also, bring your own mini pharmacy- the OTC meds that might be needed while you're away from home. I always make sure if have Tylenol (paracetamol to the Brits), an anti-inflammatory like Ibuprofen, something for digestive upset, a nasal spray in case of a cold, and allergy medicine, antibiotic ointment and bandaids. Of course don't forget any prescription meds.
Depends on if you’re flying or driving. If driving bring water. Not a sin to bring plastic straws. Just no longer offered with drinks. (No fan of the paper straws. Not against them In principle but practically they fall apart too soon and affect the taste of drinks.)All,
Trying to purchase things before we travel,
So far I’ve been told:
Poncho’s and metal straws
Anything else lol
I bought a second Orange Bird slushee in Epcot just so I could get the hard straw that came with it. Accidentally threw away the first straw. Now have two OBs though!Now at POFQ the paper straws have funny feel when you use them and to me they have a taste. They don't seem to last very long. My advice bring some reusable plastic straws carry them with you---- just my 2 cents Bring a hat and very comfortable shoes-- cool cloths-- it's been in the very high 80's and low 90's-- moderate humidity
Plastic straws are forbidden in AK. Personally most of the time straws are unnecessary anyway IMODepends on if you’re flying or driving. If driving bring water. Not a sin to bring plastic straws. Just no longer offered with drinks. (No fan of the paper straws. Not against them In principle but practically they fall apart too soon and affect the taste of drinks.)
to each their own, I never wear a hat. I do wear sunscreen everyday though.A wide brim foldable hat!
I am always amazed at people walking around the parks, under the FL blazing sun with their heads uncovered!