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Episode 656 - What's In The Bag?

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Hosts: Matt Hochberg, Mike Newell , The Fabulous Annette Owens & Chris Eliopoulos


    What's In The Bag?

  • Today, we discuss what we carry around in the theme parks.

Running Time: 19:36

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Episode 656 - What's In The Bag?
Authored by: AmyC on Friday, January 08 2010 @ 02:36 PM CST
Another comment on an older episode, since I'm snowed in. :-) I have a waterproof crossbody-style bag that I bought at Wal-Mart. It has all kinds of small pouches around the sides and front that either close with velcro or zippers, and the large compartment in the middle is separated into two zippered pouches. It's great because I can separate things. Digital camera & backup memory card in one, extra batteries in one, chapstick/hair band in one, cell phone in one, and those are just the outside pouches. Then on the inside, I keep my wallet, my envelope from check-in that has my room key & AP in it, sunglasses, kleenex, a little medical kit, my Ratatouille expandable hand fan for hot weather, etc. I also do a little bit of casual pin trading from time to time, so in the other large pouch, I keep a lanyard and some extra pins. Even with all of these things, I end up with a ton of extra space, so if I make any purchases, I can oftentimes squeeze them into my bag. I took a bag once that I had to carry looped over my arm, you know, in the crook of my elbow. Never again, it was a pain to keep up with. The idea you had about freezing water and taking it with you and letting it thaw as the day progresses is a good one. I will have to try that next time. I do my best to keep my hands free while touring the parks, but I have a small panic attack when I think about touring without any sort of a bag with me. I could conceivably tour with a lanyard and pouch holding my ticket and room charge, iPhone in one pocket and camera in the other, but I would be the person getting into the Jungle Cruise who drops all her stuff into the water! --Amy From Kentucky
Episode 656 - What's In The Bag?
Authored by: skiyalater on Monday, November 01 2010 @ 09:11 PM CDT
Purell is a MUST. I got pink eye one time in Disney despite my germophobia and constant purell-ing. Purell and Wet ones are a definite must have.

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