Text of Page 23 (Packing List)
The text on your right is direct from page 23
of PassPorter Walt Disney WorldŽ (1999 Edition) for the convenience of our current
readers and for the enjoyment of our future readers.
The Packing List is part of Chapter 2, "Getting There
(and Back!)" Everyone has their own idea of what to bring on vacation, but every
vacation destination has special requirements. Our packing list makes plenty of
suggestions, plus gives you room to note your things!
page exactly as it appears in the book (caution:
Copyright 1999, MediaMarx, Inc.
[_] Casual clothing you can layer for all
[_] Comfortable, broken-in shoes (socks, too!)
[_] Jacket and/or sweater (lighter for the warmer months)
[_] Swimming suits (one-piece for water slides)
[_] Strong sunblock, sunburn relief, and lip balm
[_] Sunglasses with attached cords, and caps, hats or visors
[_] Comfortable bag (waist pack, backpack, or shoulder bag)
[_] Toiletries and medicines (including aspirin or acetaminophen)
[_] Camera/camcorder and more film than you think you need
[_] Plastic storage bags that seal (large and small)
[_] Raincoat/poncho and/or compact umbrella
[_] Money, travelers checks, credit cards, drivers license, other I.D.
[_] Luggage tags with your name and phone number (avoid addresses)
[_] Your PassPorter, tickets, maps, guides, and a pen or pencil!
[_] Snacks and juice boxes
[_] Books, toys and games
[_] Familiar items from home
[_] Stroller and accessories
[_] Corkscrew and wine glasses
[_] Candles and matches
[_] Evening wear for nights out
[_] Portable CD player and CDs
Everyone Should Consider
[_] Big beach towels (for pools and water parks)
[_] Penlight (for reading/writing in dark places)
[_] Water bottles for liquid refreshment
[_] Snacks for any time of the day (plus gum, if you chew it)
[_] Plastic cutlery for snacks or leftovers
[_] Quarters and pennies for the coin presses (and a way to hold them)
Our Personal Packing List