Forget Something? Five Pieces of Advice To Help You Never Leave Items Behind At Your Hotel

Most of us have been there. We check out of our hotel and hit the road. Just as the property is no long in the rear view mirror, we remember that we forgot that swimsuit on the back of the bathroom door or the clothes hanging in the closet. If you tend to forget items when you travel from hotel to hostel to bed and breakfast, you are not alone. The traveler is frequently dealing with little sleep, jam packed schedules and early check out times. Leaving behind possessions at a hotel is naturally going to happen under these circumstances. However, you don’t need to lose your favorite pair of walking shoes or T-shirt to the hotel lost and found. Here are a few tips to help you never leave items behind at your hotel.

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Pre-Packing Packing: Four Steps To Take Before Your Open Your Suitcase To Pack

I was scanning through my Twitter feed and the sentence, “I loathe packing,” came into view. Those who begin packing the night before a big trip often utter this sentence. Packing is a pain for most people. It is the task that comes in between you and your vacation. Once it is all over, what we have thrown into our suitcases isn’t always the most thought out. In order to lessen your hatred for packing or to merely just have a better packing situation, here are a few simple steps to follow that can make your packing experience before you open your suitcase.

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Four Must Have Luggage Accessories

Most travelers have tunnel vision when it comes to luggage. They select a bag and often think they are set to hit the road. However, many travelers forget to dress their suitcases accordingly. From making baggage claim less of a elbowing match to avoiding those overweight fees for a bag that is a too heavy, here are a few must have luggage accessories for a more pleasant journey and suitcase.

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The Accommodation Squeeze: Five Tips for Dealing With a Small Hotel Room

I checked into a hotel room in the mountains of Colorado to spend the weekend away. Four of us were to share a room, one that was supposed to be quite spacious. However, upon opening the door, we quickly discovered that our room was a narrow hallway type space. Hotel rooms can seldom be what they are pictured as, especially when it comes to space.

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Three Tips for Packing for a Study Abroad Semester

As summer winds down, many students are preparing to spend the fall semester abroad. Throughout the remaining days of summer, students scurry to tie up visa requirements, purchase their plane tickets and perhaps most importantly pack for an extended time away from home and in foreign lands. However, as study abroad semesters are often the first time a young adult travels abroad all by their lonesome, they can make a number of errors in the packing department. To avoid these mistakes, here are a few essential packing tips to keep in mind for your study abroad semester.

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