Planning A Trip? Look Into These Tips!

Most people will travel to some place far from home at least once in their lives. No matter what your traveling experience is, you can still benefit from other people’s experiences. In this article, you will receive useful advice that may be used for your future trips.

Learn the language about food if you are going to a foreign country, so that you can ask servers about ingredients in the food that cause you to have allergic reactions. If you do have food allergies, it is a good idea to learn some words for food in the native language. That way you can ask the waitstaff if their selections have the allergen in their ingredients.

Be wise about food allergies when visiting a foreign country to avoid dangerous liaisons. If your food allergy is particularly bad, make sure to express this in their language. You can tell the workers of your condition and inform the doctors if something does happen.

Hotel etiquette calls for tipping the bellhop and housekeeping staff. It is usually acceptable to pay $1 for each bag that you have, and about $2-$5 each day for housekeeping. This will increase the quality of service in your hotel and make your stay more enjoyable.

If your travel takes you to amusement parks or any other place that requires tickets, purchase them online. Many times you can print them at home and save some money, too. The fee is worth the time you save skipping the lines. Some places have time blocks that you can enter. This is another good way to avoid lines.

Amusements parks and other attractions have options of printing tickets out online before you leave for your destination. You might have to pay a little extra for the convenience, but you won’t have to bother with long lines when you get to the attraction. Timed entry is another option that can allow you to bypass long lines to pay for admission.

Make sure that the packing list for your next trip include clothespins. They can be a useful item when you go on a trip, even though they are not something someone thinks to bring with them.

Sometimes, the best way to deal with a red-eye flight is to have a sleeping pill to take once you are settled on the plane. This can help you to sleep in a situation that many are uncomfortable in, on board an airplane. A sleeping pill may be just what you need to go to sleep quickly and make it through your flight without any problems. Nonetheless, don’t take pills before takeoff. This could be bad for you in case the plane needs to return to the airport due to a problem.

Sleeping pills or tranquilizers can help you through those long red-eye flights. It is often hard to get much rest on airplanes, given the cramped seating, machine noise and people milling about. Try taking sleeping pills to make your flight go by more quickly. Don’t take the medication before you go in case there are delays or problems with the plane.

Booking travel online is a great way to get everything done at once. The site you book your travel through should offer sample itineraries for your convenience. While sitting in front of your computer, you can book your flights and your hotels and arrange for rental cars. When using the computer, you can see both reviews and pictures of all available hotels in an instant. Travel sites can help you find great discounts on your traveling costs.

Hopefully this material has offered some useful thoughts on getting the process of planning a trip underway. Remember that this collection of tips cover the basics of traveling: find out more about your destination and apply this advice to your particular vacation.

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3 Comments

  • Lise Cariello 12th December 2013 at 6:58 pm

    I am planning (kinda, I am a bit overwhelmed, really. Having trouble making decisions.) a Disney world trip to Florida this February. Yay for Mardi Gras week off in NOLA area!!!!

    But it seems there is just a great variety of activities and places to stay. Seems like the only way to go is to purchase a package stay at one of the resorts with a meal plan for everyone in the party. Pricey at first glance, but it says you save if you go this way. Is this true? It is worth the hassle to find and pay for your own meals?

    My kids are 7, 5 and 2. (Crazy.) Should I buy the hopper option? We were going to stay away from Epcot and Hollywood theme parks, but they say that there is some thing for all ages at each one. Having never been there, I don’t know what to do!

    Any tips? Oh, yeah. We are a military family and do have an option of staying at a resort called Shades of Green. But I was wondering if it be better to stay in one of those other ones. Sometimes if you go for the cheaper “on base” you get basic amenities. If I’m forking over thousands, I want to at least have a great bed and feel like I am at Disney, not an army base in the middle of no where. Anyone stay there? Is it nice enough and did you save money by staying there?

    I know these are LOADS of questions, but any tips/comments would be VERY helpful. Thanks in advance! God Bless!

  • Lupe Spigelman 13th December 2013 at 12:34 am

    Any tips on which air line and what month is the best to go?

  • Rachal Cashen 13th December 2013 at 11:22 pm

    I am a junior majoring in petroleum engineering, and internships have been very hard to come by thus far for many of our students at my school, including myself. I’m planning on taking a road trip to go apply to the middle and smaller sized companies in the New Mexico-Texas-Oklahoma-Kansas corridor; does anyone have any suggestions of companies I should look into (no company too small)? Or where I can search online to obtain the names of such companies? I’m not really looking for the major companies, because those are easily found. Thanks for any suggestions!