Tips for the Savvy Traveler
Traveling can be fraught with stress, but doing your homework before you travel can make your trip -- business or pleasure -- more relaxed, and even fun. Do you know how to make the best of a long layover in a foreign city? How to deal with someone who's annoying you? What items should never be packed in a suitcase to travel in a baggage compartment? The best mode of transportation in a foreign city? The answers to these questions and the practical and savvy advice contained within these pages are sure to make your travel experience safer and more comfortable.
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