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Re: Travelling tips?

Posted: Fri May 02, 2014 6:34 am
by Cobyrussell
* Explain safety and security procedures, rules and instructions
* Instruct your children to cooperate with airport security officials
* Tell your children not to make jokes or false threats about security issues
* Your children should be in approved child safety seats if they require them. The requirements for child safety seats in cars also apply to airplanes.
* Check on requirements for strollers, diaper bags, and other baby and child equipment.

Re: Travelling tips?

Posted: Fri May 23, 2014 6:14 am
by sallycarter
I think you should learn the basic phrases in each of the languages - carry phrasebooks or dictionaries, anything that might be helpful in understanding the other languages. In the common and mainstream travel sites there will likely be English signs and translations, but if you travel out of those zones, you're pretty much screwed. It sucks when you can't really speak to anyone and are just left to enjoy the scenery - the travel experience is always much better when you get to talk to the locals. And try not to travel by train at night. Trains are a common form of transportation in Eastern Europe. However, in Poland, I wouldn't recommend boarding one for the overnight ride. You might be robbed while asleep.

Re: Travelling tips?

Posted: Thu Nov 06, 2014 9:19 am
by Jarria
sallycarter and Cobyrussell! I appreciate your great knowledge, by profession I am a tourist and travelling my is my passion. For my interests I move around the world. Your shared travelling tips would be beneficial for my next niagara falls tours . That I am going to enjoy the next week and I must keep the all shared things in my mind.

Re: Travelling tips?

Posted: Tue Dec 02, 2014 9:31 am
by Jarria
Rolando! Have you ever visited the Scenic of Niagara water falls. Personally, I have not visited there but heard it from surrounding and see the images. By seeing it I am a big lover of the Niagara water fall it grape my attention to it and I was thinking to explore it if anyone share here some information it would be beneficial for my visit.

Re: Travelling tips?

Posted: Tue Apr 28, 2015 4:45 am
by Alaxender
Hey all of you. I am a new member of this community and it is my first post in this topic. All of you have look travelers and huge information about traveling tips. I also one of them. It is my favorite hobby. I explore a lot of places around the world. I want to visit all of the hidden places throughout the world.

Re: Travelling tips?

Posted: Fri Jul 31, 2015 5:17 am
by Krisi
if you're just visiting the place for 2-3 days, better not to bring a lot of things. It's more convenient if you just have a hand luggage with you because when you're in a new place/country all you want is to see more of the country than just staying in one area to rest.

Re: Travelling tips?

Posted: Sun Sep 15, 2019 3:23 am
by Mrdaudiqbal
Cobyrussell wrote:
Fri May 02, 2014 6:34 am
* Explain safety and security procedures, rules and instructions
* Instruct your children to cooperate with airport security officials
* Tell your children not to make jokes or false threats about security issues
* Your children should be in approved child safety seats if they require them. The requirements for child safety seats in cars also apply to airplanes.
* Check on requirements for strollers, diaper bags, and other baby and child equipment.
very informative nice sharing ..

Re: Travelling tips?

Posted: Wed Sep 25, 2019 11:28 am
by samried
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Re: Travelling tips?

Posted: Thu Oct 03, 2019 1:36 pm
by Mrdaudiqbal
thanks samried

Re: Travelling tips?

Posted: Sun Dec 22, 2019 8:10 pm
by johnvin
Alaxender wrote:
Tue Apr 28, 2015 4:45 am
Hey all of you. I am a new member of this community and it is my first post in this topic. All of you have look travelers and huge information about traveling tips. I also one of them. It is my favorite hobby. I explore a lot of places around the world. I want to visit all of the hidden places throughout the world.
Hi Alaxender,

Are you planning a road trip to America? Then I have for you the best Conejo travel tips.

The first and most important travel tip for your Conejo trip: Find a travel buddy. Travelers reduce the overall budget enormously. The more you are, the less each one of you will pay. In addition, the fun factor for two or three is obviously higher than if you were traveling alone.

Also you can take a rental car. Conejo is best explored by car, so you should definitely not save on the rental car. By spending most of your time in the car, you should have enough space. Better to take a larger rental car, as one too small. But again, the more people you are, the cheaper it will be for each individual.

Shop in supermarkets. Self-cooking is known to be cheapest, especially in Conejo. Of course this is difficult if you are traveling by car. But you can at least twice a day for breakfast and dinner on cold meals. This lowers your travel budget immensely.

Re: Travelling tips?

Posted: Thu Jan 09, 2020 6:10 am
by saimjhone
TOP TRAVEL PREPARATION TIPS
Research your destination. Get copies of maps of your destination to locate routes, attractions, and essential services. Your library, travel agent, and the Internet are some good places to get information.
Talk to fellow travelers. If you know people who have been to the place you plan to visit, ask them about what they liked about their trip and what they would do differently next time.
Make a list and check it twice. Make a list of essentials that you need to pack. Also, make a list of things you want to see and do on your trip.
Are you covered? If you are traveling outside of the U.S., your health and accident insurance may not cover you. Also, look into travel insurance for cancellations or other travel mishaps.


TOP TRAVEL PACKING TIPS
Take advantage of those “hidden” spaces. For example, place small items inside your shoes or the pockets of shirts or jackets you pack..
Pack extra bags in your bag. Packing a duffle bag in your luggage gives you extra space to bring things home with you. It’s also a good idea to bring plastic sandwich or grocery bags for laundry or other items.
Tag those bags. Tag your luggage with a distinctive luggage tag with your contact information to help you find your bag if you lose it. A distinctive tag makes it easier to spot your bag at baggage claim.
Don’t pack what you can get at your destination. Our hotels have a hair dryer in every room, along with many toiletry items, so you don’t need to pack them.
Avoid checking baggage if you can. Limiting your baggage to carry-ons saves you time and aggravation checking your bags, plus you don’t have to worry about losing your baggage.
Get on a roll. You can save space by rolling clothes instead of folding them.
Watch your back (pack). Pack heavier items in the bottom of your backpack and distribute items evenly from left to right. Use both straps to carry it, too.


TOP TIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL
Get your passport. Did you know that you need a current, valid passport if you are traveling anywhere outside of the U.S., including Canada and Mexico? If you don’t have a current, valid passport, visit the U.S. State Department’s Web siteto apply for or renew your passport.
Do you need a visa? In addition to a passport, you may also need a visa to visit some countries. Check with either theU.S. State Department’s Web site or your host country or countries’ tourism or foreign affairs Web sites.
Know before you go. Get any travel advisories or warnings about any countries you plan to visit at the U.S. State Department’s Office of American Citizens Services and Crisis Management site.
Learn the lingo. Learning just a few basic phrases in the local language makes getting around easier.
Make change count. You may be able to get a better exchange rate by changing currency at home. Also, change money only at banks and authorized exchanges.
Make sure your cell phone works. Ask your cell phone provider if your phone will work outside the U.S.