Everyone knows how important it is to stay hydrated, especially during a vacation at Walt Disney World. Regardless of the time of year, running around the “Most Magical Place on Earth” can truly work up a serious thirst. But how can a person stay hydrated and have enough cash for the latest Disney goodies when Dasani water costs $2.00 to $4.00 a bottle on property? Sure, economical guests know the great tip of asking for a cup of water at food locations, and there’s always the good old water fountains – but I recently found something that has changed the way I get my required 64 ounces of water per day while in Walt Disney World.
The Brita company makes an awesome water bottle complete with built in filter allowing you to have fresh water regardless of the source (i.e. water fountain). Currently, the water bottles come in three different sizes and types – there is the hard sided bottle that hold 23 oz at $18.99 (this is the one I have), the sports bottle that holds 20 oz at $9.99, and the large water bottle that holds 32 oz and costs $21.99. Water bottles and replacement filters can be found at various stores (I bought mine at Shoprite) which can be located along with additional information at brita.com.
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