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  • Family Ski Vacation - Travel

    Traveling is exciting and can be a great time for you or one of the biggestheadaches you will ever encounter if not done right. Read on for some greatideas on how to travel smart and take care of all the little things that if you

    don't, will leave you wishing you stayed home.

    If you are planning on spending a large amount of money on your trip orvacation, consider investing a small amount more on travel insurance. It willinsure that you are protected in the event that your trip must be canceled due

    to personal illness, natural disaster, or other uncontrollable events.

  • Take an extra debit card with you while traveling. Things sometimes get loston long trips. If you can, keep an extra debit card handy. Having too muchcash on hand is often a bad idea. An extra debit card is much less risky and

    far easier to keep track of.

    For international travel, checking the foreign power supplies that will beavailable is vital. Most modern travelers rely on having their personal

    electronics available wherever they go. Charging up these gadgets can presenta challenge because electrical connections are not standardized around the

    world. A bit of research beforehand will teach the savvy traveler what sort ofpower adapters to buy and what preparations to make.

  • To save energy when traveling in hilly or mountainous areas, consider takinga taxi to the highest point in the town or area you're visiting, then walk down.

    This lets you see the whole town, including any mountain vistas, withouthaving to cover too much altitude and wearing yourself out.

    When traveling in foreign countries, beware of police officers who ask foryour ID. Make sure you ask them for their ID to prove they're actually a cop.Instead of showing them your real passport, show them a photocopy instead.

    You don't want to risk a thief running off with your passport.

  • Always pack a map when you travel, even if you have a GPS system. GPSsystems are not always reliable. If it were to malfunction or become broken,you would be lost. A highlighter can be helpful as well, allowing you to markyour map for easy reference. As a bonus, your well-used and marked up map,

    makes an excellent memento to remember your trip by.

    If you plan on traveling with young children, make sure to stop often on theway there and back. Explain them in details where you are going, and how

    long it will take to go there. Prepare some activities to keep them busy duringthe trip, such as coloring books.

  • If you are going on a long plane ride and the person in the seat next to youhas a lot to say, and you really don't want to hear it, just pretend to nod off.When they see that you are sleeping, I would hope that they would get the

    idea and be quiet.

    Look up reviews about hotels you plan to visit, but do not necessarily trusteverything that is written. Everyone will have a different experience, so be

    forgiving of some negative reviews and do not be blinded by overly positivereviews. When trying to find a hotel, one suggestion is to call the hotel andask the clerk a few simple questions. His customer service skills will often

    indicate the quality of the hotel.

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  • Traveling on a Bugdet"

    Family Ski Vacation - TravelTraveling is exciting and can be a great time for you or one of the biggest headaches you will ever encounter if not done right. Read on for some great ideas on how to travel smart and take care of all the little things that if you don't, will leave you wishing you stayed home.If you are planning on spending a large amount of money on your trip or vacation, consider investing a small amount more on travel insurance. It will insure that you are protected in the event that your trip must be canceled due to personal illness, natural disaster, or other uncontrollable events.Take an extra debit card with you while traveling. Things sometimes get lost on long trips. If you can, keep an extra debit card handy. Having too much cash on hand is often a bad idea. An extra debit card is much less risky and far easier to keep track of.For international travel, checking the foreign power supplies that will be available is vital. Most modern travelers rely on having their personal electronics available wherever they go. Charging up these gadgets can present a challenge because electrical connections are not standardized around the world. A bit of research beforehand will teach the savvy traveler what sort of power adapters to buy and what preparations to make.To save energy when traveling in hilly or mountainous areas, consider taking a taxi to the highest point in the town or area you're visiting, then walk down. This lets you see the whole town, including any mountain vistas, without having to cover too much altitude and wearing yourself out.When traveling in foreign countries, beware of police officers who ask for your ID. Make sure you ask them for their ID to prove they're actually a cop. Instead of showing them your real passport, show them a photocopy instead. You don't want to risk a thief running off with your passport.Always pack a map when you travel, even if you have a GPS system. GPS systems are not always reliable. If it were to malfunction or become broken, you would be lost. A highlighter can be helpful as well, allowing you to mark your map for easy reference. As a bonus, your well-used and marked up map, makes an excellent memento to remember your trip by.If you plan on traveling with young children, make sure to stop often on the way there and back. Explain them in details where you are going, and how long it will take to go there. Prepare some activities to keep them busy during the trip, such as coloring books.If you are going on a long plane ride and the person in the seat next to you has a lot to say, and you really don't want to hear it, just pretend to nod off. When they see that you are sleeping, I would hope that they would get the idea and be quiet.Look up reviews about hotels you plan to visit, but do not necessarily trust everything that is written. Everyone will have a different experience, so be forgiving of some negative reviews and do not be blinded by overly positive reviews. When trying to find a hotel, one suggestion is to call the hotel and ask the clerk a few simple questions. His customer service skills will often indicate the quality of the hotel.

    Download Complete Guide book "101 Tips for Traveling on a Bugdet"