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When traveling overseas to other countries it can be very critical to know the culture of the area one is going to. This knowledge can prevent situations that may be akward, embarrassing, or even downright dangerous. Potential disasters can be avoided and one will have a better experience with the people in the area they are traveling in.
Make sure you plan for layover time when you are traveling. Layovers can sometimes last eight to sixteen hours. You do not want to end up waiting that long at the gate for your next flight. Check attractions near to the airport, and go have a little free-time fun.
If you are traveling by plane with your children, get a portable DVD player. They are relatively inexpensive, and they keep your kids entertained for hours at a time. Don’t worry about getting an expensive model; children do not really care about screen size or extra features. Even if you only use it one time, you will definitely find that it was a valuable purchase.
Want to take a trip with some friends, but nobody has a car big enough for everyone to fit in? Traveling with children and want to minimize the food and bathroom breaks? Try renting an RV; and then you can pack everyone in, even the family dog. Look online for rental companies in your area.
Before booking your cruise vacation, get a map of the ship you will be sailing on to help select a specific cabin location. Look for clues on the map for areas that might pose a problem. Cabins near ice and vending machines, elevators and laundry rooms tend to be gathering places for passengers and are often congested and noisy.
Making use of social media sites like Facebook or Twitter can help you get personalized recommendations while you are on the road. Update your status to ask questions about whatever location you are currently visiting. Ask for restaurant recommendations, advice about the local customs or help navigating the city. You’ll be amazed at how much help you are given.
If you are traveling on an airplane and want to have an empty seat next to you, try booking one at the back of the plane. Seats at the front are usually filled first, meaning that there is a better chance of seeing empty seats at the back. Make sure to stay away from the last row since those seats typically, do not recline.
This may seem like common sense, but one important thing to be sure of when you are traveling is that you’re reservations for hotels, flights, visits to attractions and monuments, etc. are correct. Double check confirmation e-mails and contact customer service if anything seems amiss. You don’t want to miss a flight, an attraction, or spend a night wandering around town because the reservation was not what and when you thought it was.
Thinking about planning a vacation? It may surprise you to know that the days you select to travel can result in a huge savings…or a huge expense. If you fly on the weekend, the ticket price is generally much higher than it is during the week. Consider arriving or departing on a Monday or a Thursday instead.
These are only a few of the tricks out there to help make your vacation hassle-free. If you find that you could use some more, the internet is full of helpful suggestions that can help you out. But hopefully, at least a few of the tips provided here, have helped you out.