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Tips for the Savvy Traveler

by Deborah Burns

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Travel is a sensitive business, one where your decisions do make a difference, from the little details on up. Your choice of destination, obviously, will influence your experience, but so will the shoes you choose to walk in, how much luggage you opt to bring, where you stay, what inoculations you get before you go, and with whom you decide to travel.

Travel is often associated with spontaneity and freedom, but there's usually some preparation and forethought necessary to get you to that carefree time. That's where Deborah Burns comes in. An accomplished, savvy traveler herself, she writes sensibly and lucidly on those little things (itineraries, visas, foreign languages, transportation, children, and budgets) that make the difference between a holiday to dream about and a nightmare vacation experience. The more preparation the better. Some visas take months to procure. The best travel deals are often available far in advance of departure. And as for those shoes, to bring comfortable, well-broken-in footwear, you can't go shopping for them a week before you leave. Covering health, business, souvenirs, safety, dining, and what to pack, Burns's most important lesson is that you don't need to learn everything the hard way. --Stephanie Gold

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:44 -0400)

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Planes, trains, automobiles and ships? Whatever your mode of transportation, Tips For The Savvy Traveler can help you?the businessperson, family with children, senior, or solo vacationer?avoid the inconveniences and pitfalls of travel within the U.S., or around the world. From the essential items that can?t be left behind (passports, visas) to the last-minute details that ensure a well-planned trip, this audio book covers many common, and not-so-common, travel situations. And when you?re at your destination, Tips For the Savvy Traveler helps with jet lag, shopping, exchange rates and even your safety, health and security, in addition to suggestions for duties, customs and the unexpected culture shock of returning home. Pick up Tips For The Savvy Traveler and be prepared to make your next trip the best it can be!… (more)

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