Totally Useful Traveling Tips
Back in the days when people would venture overseas via luxury liner
or traverse cross-country in a sumptuous railway car, travel was actually
a glamorous proposition. Today … well, not so much.
Instead of sleeper cars, we’re wedged into tiny seats with a perfectly
acceptable amount of legroom if you happen to be under three-feet tall.
The rest of us contort ourselves into pretzels and pray the guy in front of
us doesn’t feel like reclining.
Though flying can be an excruciating process, the discomforts of
flight can be the least of the traveler’s problems. There’s packing,
parking, and the much-dreaded security line. Which is why we came up
with AirportTips.com and The Travel Checklist.
Inside you will find tons of useful information about everything from avoiding extra bag fees to packing your suit without it wrinkling to getting through security hassle-free (did you know that the Olympic Torch was once confiscated by airport security in San Francisco?). For anyone who has ever had their luggage lost, been forced to spend a night in the airport, or is tired of eating typical airport fast food: this book is for you!
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