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We are so lucky to live 3 hours from Disney and 2 hours from the Keys! Because of this it feels like we are always take road trips. We have become the road trip experts. We just returned from a trip to the keys and the week before we were in Orlando. Today I am sharing Tips for Preparing for a Road Trip.
What to Pack for a Road Trip
Entertainment to Pack for a Road Trip
We love music so part of our road tripping prep is creating a new music mix on our phone. In addition to lots of car dancing we pack an activity box for our daughter. In it we keep markers, coloring books and stickers.
I would love to say we are screen free, but we are not. We recently invested in a pair of wireless head phones. They have been life changing. Our daughter can watch her shows and we can talk or listen to music. My favorite part of the head phones is when she tries to talk to us, but ends up screaming because her head phones are still on. I often travel with my lap top so I can work while we are on the road. I love this plug that connects to the cigarette lighter.
Food to Pack for a Road Trip
Food is a big part of a road trip for us. I love to bring lots of snacks, fruits, waters and Hershey’s® 2% Chocolate Shelf Stable Milk. We use a soft sided cooler and keep them close. Sometimes it feels like the second we are pulling out of our driveway our daughter is already asking for a snack.
Hershey’s® 2% Chocolate Shelf Stable Milk has a 13-month shelf life. The cartons have re-closeable caps and you don’t need a straw making them perfect for a road trip. They are made with Hershey’s® cocoa so they flavor is delicious. We bought them at Publix. Now is a great time to stock up, from August 11th through September 7th at Publix with this load-to-card offer or print digital coupons. You must be logged in with your Publix ID to view this Hershey’s® load to card special offer.
Luggage to Pack for a Road Trip
It feels like Tetris trying to fit everything into the car. I like a mix of hard and soft sided bags so that it is easy to push them into tight spaces. I also love traveling with a hang up bag. It makes unpacking so easy.
Do you have any tips we missed?