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History of travel luggage: From the beginning to today!
Travel luggage is an important part of every traveler’s wardrobe. There are various luggage models, sizes, styles, colors, materials and prices associated with the luggage currently on the market. There are even vintage and collectible luggage...

RoomSaver.com Releases Survey Results Profiling Holiday Travel Destinations
RoomSaver.com Releases Survey Results Profiling Holiday Travel Destinations December 9, 2003, Virginia Beach, Va. – RoomSaver.com, the Web’s most comprehensive source for hotel discounts and a division of Trader Publishing Company, today announced...

Tips for the right Rome holiday travel package.
It is not usually wise to be traveling during holidays as these are the times when almost every other person in the world is traveling. It is of course best to plan ahead or book ahead and go to your destination early to avoid all the hassle but...

Travel Industry Trends and Predictions 2004
This article collects our thoughts about new trends in the travel industry and tourism markets, especially with regard to sustainable tourism. This is not meant to be an exhaustive list, and is quite general. These trends are included as an...

Travel Money Belts - Travel Security
Travel money belts are still a good way to carry cash. They're common, and thieves know of them, but it isn't easy to tell if your belt has a hidden compartment, and it isn't easy for a robber to get at it quickly. It is a good way to carry SOME of...

 
Traveling Light - Important Packing Considerations

When you're planning a trip, you've got a lot to think about in terms of packing. It can make all the difference in whether your vacation or trip is a blast or a bore - if you forget something important, you could end up seriously regretting it. This article will give you some useful tips for packing for your next trip.

First, always pack the morning of your trip. Never pack the night before. This seems illogical to many people - they don't want to put it off until the last minute. However, this is actually the safest way to avoid forgetting important things. If you pack the night before, you have to leave a number of your important travel items unpacked - alarm clocks, personal items, toiletries - you're going to use all those things in the morning, and you might just leave them at home if you wait. If you must pack the night before, consider alternatives. Make a list of everything you


will need that will be left out - then check them off before you leave. Or, you can simply buy a "travel pack" that will duplicate everything you might need.

Second, spend a few hours thinking about what you will be doing. Lists are your friend - they'll make sure that you have everything you need. If you're a frequent traveler, you only have to do it once - many people have found themselves rushing to the department store to buy a tie or shoes that they forgot to bring on an important business trip. Don't be that guy.
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