Yes but this summer, with near empty parks, is irresistible. And I had Covid in March so not that big a worry for me.The most effective tip is go to Disney other then during the summer. Florida is ALWAYS hot/humid in the summer and you will enjoy your vacation more at some other time of the year.
Thats a great price! We've never used these, so I'm a novice to their use. For our upcoming trip, I bought the Frogg Toggs Chilly Pad "wraps" (thin strips) to, I suppose, drape across back of neck and down chest. With the full-sized "towels" what's the best way to use these? I guess if you're wearing a tank top you could drape over shoulders. But do you do this also if you are wearing a tee shirt? Doesn't the tee shirt get wet? I guess what I'm saying is if you only have so much bare skin showing, how are the bigger towels used?Costco is selling Arctic Cooling Towels for $20, 4 pack. I live in Texas so I know about summer heat. I used a cooling towels last weekend and it definitely helps but you have to keep it moist for it to work best.
As much as my kids hate it.. small world has amazing AC. My boys think the dolls are creepy lolLots of water to stay hydrated, a personal fan, pool time, sit down dinners and more indoor experiences like the Country Bear Jamboree, Hall of Presidents or the Living Seas aquarium in Epcot. Also take midday breaks if possible to relax at the resort.
I'm not OP but I'm a teacher so I have to go in summer. That, or fight the big crowds during winter brea/spring break.The most effective tip is go to Disney other then during the summer. Florida is ALWAYS hot/humid in the summer and you will enjoy your vacation more at some other time of the year.