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Tips to traveling like an expert

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Tips to traveling like an expert

Post by Tutor on Fri Mar 18, 2016 1:13 pm

Wouldn't people love to take an expert traveler with them on every trip? Someone who would know exactly what to do in every situation? Someone who could get a person where they needed to be as quickly as possible? Well, people can't always choose who their travel partners are, but they can make sure they're aware of the latest travel tips and tricks.

Whether traveling for business or pleasure, there's a lot of opportunity for stress. Flying, staying in hotels and navigating a destination can all be a hassle. Make jet-setting a little easier with this insider knowledge:

Complete a before-going checklist

A few days in advance, people should make a checklist of all the important to-do items they'll need to accomplish before they embark on their travels. This list should include locating a passport and necessary documents, confirming reservations, calling the bank and credit card companies to let them know where the traveler will be and tending to household needs. The trip will be off to a seamless start when people ensure everything is taken care of from the get-go.

Always carry-on if possible

Take advantage of the ability to carry a smaller suitcase on the plane. Invest in a reliable, carry-on sized roller bag that will work no matter what kind of trip. This not only drives people to pack efficiently, it also saves the hassle of ever having to check a bag.

Innovate on transportation

When people finally arrive at their destination, the last thing they want to do is figure out how to get from A to B, especially at the airport. These days, smartphones make getting a ride more convenient than ever.

The ridesharing app Lyft aims to eliminate traffic congestion and give people safe, easy and affordable transit alternatives for getting around. "I've used Lyft during all my layovers for the past two years," said Las Vegas flight attendant, Cheryl Ross.

"It's great for airport travel as well as a safe solution to drinking and driving when you're out at night. The drivers are people from the community and they often make the best tour guides."

Best of all, payment is done directly through the app, so no need to worry about carrying cash. If a new user, people can redeem $20 off their first ride with the code FLYLYFT20.

Speak up about special occasions

When staying in a hotel, make sure to mention if celebrating a special occasion at the front desk. Whether it's a birthday, anniversary or honeymoon, the hotel might just upgrade accommodations. Additionally, if staying at a larger chain hotel, it never hurts to join their free loyalty program. If they know people are members, they could receive extra perks like early check in and late check out.

Act like a local to stay safe

When in an unfamiliar city, it's always important to take extra safety precautions. However, one of the best ways to make sure people don't become a target is to maintain a confident attitude.

It's often the times when people are unsure, lost or stressed out when they run into trouble while traveling. Travelers should remain calm, cool and collected and always walk like they know where they are, even if they don't.

Follow these tips and people be telling stories from their adventurous travels, instead of waiting in line and calling around to find lost luggage.
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