Welcome to another Tip Tuesday!
This week's tip is short and sweet, and it comes thanks to my good friend Beci Mahnken from MEI & MouseFanTravel (who are my official travel partners). I happened to have to fortune of picking up Beci at the airport in Roanoke, VA for Mousekemeets.
As we were waiting at baggage claim, she said she only had one checked bag.
"Only one?" I asked.
"Yep. Just one, and this is a ten day trip," she confirmed.
This got me to thinking, just how could someone do a ten day trip and only have one large suitcase. The answer was immediately obvious - laundry services. Quite a few guests don't know that Disney resorts have coin-operated washers and dryers at each resort, and studio rooms and villas have in-room washer/dryer units. Disney does offer dry cleaning services, though I understand this can get pricey. For more on Disney laundry services, see this link.
So if you're going to Walt Disney World for an extended time, you can pack lightly and wash a few outfits while you're staying at the resort. As most guests often are wearing very casual attire, it's likely easy to mix and match so it doesn't look like you're wearing the same thing on different days.
Plus, it's a whole lot cheaper to bring a roll of quarters than to pay $50 or more for another checked bag on a round trip flight.
So the next time you're thinking about a long trip to Walt Disney World - bring some quarters and a bit of laundry soap! You'll be glad you did!
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