Travel Accessories

Packing for 7 Hours in Pensacola

By  | 

If packing for a long weekend is tougher than for a week, packing for a mileage run that includes a day at the beach is the hardest. Unless you’re planning on bringing back rum cream, it’s not worth bringing a suitcase along, so what are the essentials that will get you through the day and fit into a decent sized satchel?

Here’s what Jeanne & I packed for a day that involved the beach (sans the changing rooms we had in Jamaica) and eating at a regular restaurant.

Keri

Wearing: sundress with wedge heels
Toting: Tumi Satchel + med size purse containing

What I also wish I had brought:

  • Flipflops that could get wet
  • Plastic bag for wet swimsuit
  • Plastic bag for wet towel

Note: Had I not been traveling with Jeanne, I would have also packed chargers for my iPad and phone.

Jeanne

Wearing: sundress with kitten heels
Toting: Large tote + large purse

Yes, this all fit into her carry on 😀

What Jeanne wishes she had also brought:

 

—————-

Did you know you can subscribe to Heels First via RSS Feed or now via e-mail subscription to keep up on new posts?

You can also follow our twitter feed (and say hi!) and like our fan page on Facebook.

Heels First is the travels and tribulations of two twenty-something frequent fliers jumping into the world of travel. Join Keri and Jeanne as they tackle mileage runs, elite status, and of course–the perfect travel accessories

Full Disclosure: I may receive affiliate credit from links in this post or on this site which will help fund my travels. Thank you for your support!

Related Posts:

Living for the little (and big things) that make life so fun, especially mistake deals and crazy last minute weekend mileage runs across the world. www.twitter.com/klatravel

1 Comment

  1. Pingback: Keeping Charged Up On the Go

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

BoardingArea