How to be a happy traveller

December 2004
Cabinet Maker;12/17/2004, Issue 5419, p14
Trade Publication
The article presents some useful suggestions on how to make traveling a little less taxing from travel industry professionals. Check the weather for your destination on the Internet to ensure you take the right clothes for the climate. When you pack, roll rather than fold clothes to save space and minimize creasing, or use a suit carrier. Opt for a bag with wheels rather than having to carry everything. The stress of an early morning flight and searching for a parking space can be overcome in one fell swoop by booking an airport hotel with parking. This can workout cheaper than two week's parking and it's less hassle.


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