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travelwishtv**** Your Daily Schedule - Each evening a daily schedule for the next day's events will be either placed in your room or slid under your cabin door. With a pen you can mark for easy reference the things you don't want to miss the next day. With regard to your daily schedule, find out ahead of time whether or not your ship changes time zones. If they do and you don't hear the announcement, you may miss something important - like breakfast! This has been Lisel Hlista for travelwishtv**** with yet another travel tip. Thanks for watching.
22 May 2008
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travelwishtv**** Hot Tubs - Most cruise ships today have hot tubs that are big and roomy and provide a great way to relax. The hot tubs are are often crowded and offer a very social setting to meet fellow passengers. If you find the hot tubs are too crowded you might want to come back to the ship early during a port day. While everyone else is off the ship is the best time to enjoy the hot tubs on board. One thing important to remember is that hot tubs are always loaded with chlorine and will fade your new swimsuit unless you purchase one that's resistant to chlorine. If you don't have one that's resistant to chlorine you should wear your old one in the hot tub and save your new swimsuits for the beach. This has been Lisel Hlista for travelwishtv**** with yet another travel tip. Thanks for watching.
22 May 2008
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travelwishtv**** If You Smoke - If you smoke it's most convenient to smoke in your room but be sure the other person or persons are also smokers. If it happens that one of the persons sharing your room is a non-smoker please plan on smoking outside in the designated areas. Be aware that many cruise companies are prohibiting smoking in any of the staterooms. Find out in advance exactly where the designated smoking areas are located. It's also important to know that it's against the rules as well as a safety hazard to throw your cigarette butts overboard. Also there are not many ashtrays so a small personal ashtray that fits in your pocket could come in handy. This has been Lisel Hlista for travelwishtv**** with yet another travel tip. Thanks for watching.
22 May 2008
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4 Jun 2008
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*******www.triponadeal**** This week Trip on a Deal chats with travel legend Arthur Frommer! What huge travel site does he call "Virtually Useless"? What sneaky scams are major hotel chains trying to pull on you? What travel search engine beats hotwire, orbitz, kayak and all the rest? Get the full list and links of "Arthur Frommer's Top Ten Bargain Travel Tips" at triponadeal****
21 Apr 2009
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Memorial Day kicks off the unofficial start to summer, time to plan those family road trips. The average summer long distance trip is 284 miles, a long time for families traveling with children. Eileen Ogintz provides summer travel tips.
8 Jun 2009
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*******www.triponadeal**** This week Trip on a Deal chats with travel legend Arthur Frommer! What huge travel site does he call "Virtually Useless"? What sneaky scams are major hotel chains trying to pull on you? What travel search engine beats hotwire, orbitz, kayak and all the rest? Get the full list and links of "Arthur Frommer's Top Ten Bargain Travel Tips" at triponadeal****
25 Dec 2009
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20 Jun 2010
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Learn about ways to plan your air travel and tips on making your trip more comfortable - part of the Travel Expert Video series by GeoBeats. Air Travel Tips Its really important to be flexible with your schedule. Also go onto the internet and find some super duper luper travel websites that will give you special deals for travelling last minute. The most important thing, however, is to be spontaneous. Finding Deals During Holidays - Travel as close to the holiday as possible. Or you know what, even better, on the holiday. Because people don't want to do that, and you get much better deals. Reducing Stress During Airport Screening - Come early so that immediately the stress levels are reduced. Secondly, put your keys, your wallet in your carry on baggage. Thirdly, have some patience. It really helps. Trust me, I know. Ways to Pass Time During Long Flights - Before you fly, check whether the airline you're flying on has an entertainment system. Lot of them do, but some of them don't. If they don't, bring your computer, bring a good book, and lots of magazines. Flying with Children - Some children maybe frightened and apprehensive when they get on a plane for the first time. Its really important to re-assure them that all is gonna be ok. Secondly, bring a favourite toy, or a favourite book, something to occupy their minds. Flying with Pets - Check ahead with the airline to make sure you know the exact policy that they have for pets. Its extremely important that your pet is comfortable. I have travelled with pets many times, sometimes when they're comfortable, sometimes when they're not. Buy them a comfortable pet bag. Bring some water and some snacks.
13 Jan 2011
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Learn about ways to plan your road trip and tips on making your journey more comfortable - part of the Travel Expert Video series by GeoBeats. Road Travel Tips Make reservations before you get to the car rental place, because it doesn't cost a thing. And then when you get there ask them for their lowest price, and you'll probably find that its cheaper than what you have booked on the internet. It's a little trick. Bus Travel - It's really important when you're traveling by bus to travel light, because when the bus stops you are the one who is going to be carrying the luggage. And also don't forget there's no food on the bus, so bring a sandwich. Road Trips with Pets - Traveling with a pet on a road trip is a wonderful experience. However you have to make sure that the little rascal is comfortable. And you have food, water, and if you're a wonderful father, like me, the pet has a toy, something squeaky. Road Trips with Kids - If your child doesn't have the latest electronic gadget on a road trip or on a plane journey, why not do what we did as kids. Play I spy with my little eye, something beginning with L - Leon.. Staying in an Igloo? - Bring lots and lots of clothes. Do not bring a hair dryer.
13 Jan 2011
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Learn how to plan and what to avoid during your international trip - part of the Travel Expert Video series by GeoBeats. International Travel Tips Its important to understand that International travel you are allowed much heavier baggage than Domestic travel, make sure you know the exact specifications before you fly. Also the electricity grid Internationally is different in each country, so take an adapter with you. Protecting Your Documents - Your Passport is the most important document while traveling. I suggest leaving it in the hotel safe when you travel around the city. Common Tourist Scams - The two most prevalent tourist scams are unlicensed guides and selling of fake goods. Be wary. Staying Connected - My suggestion is get a local cell phone. Do not take your cell phone from your home country and travel around the world with it. I've done it before and I have had thousands and thousands of dollars of roaming charges. I will never do it again. Tips for Women - It's really important to stay in groups. Don't venture off alone, dress conservatively, and if you have a real issue, immediately go into a hotel, go into a restaurant, go into a shop and say 'look I’m in trouble, please help me'. Tipping Internationally - Each country has different tipping customs. So go onto the internet and do a little bit of research to find out exactly what you need to do when you get to that given country. International Car Rental - Watch out for hidden fees. Make sure that you have everything explained to you before you drive off. Very important. Protecting Yourself from Pickpockets - Be aware that there are pickpocketers out there and they will target you. I suggest you buy a nice simple money belt and that is pickpocket proof.
13 Jan 2011
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Travel Tip: Backup Foods to Carry for Vegetarians - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. Some foods that I like to pack as a backup in case that I do not find any vegetarian or vegan options while traveling are Powdered Miso soups because they come in little packets and they do not take up much room in my suitcase. I always bring a powdered green drink that has a full six servings of vegetables per packet, I just pop it in my water bottle and I am good to go for the day. And another thing that is great are bars, protein bars, snack bars, so that you always have something to snack on in between meals.
7 Jul 2011
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Travel Tip: Vegetarian Food That May Not be Vegetarian - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. Some items that might be listed as vegetarian on a menu that may not be, are things like rice. Sometimes people like to cook them in a chicken stock or a beef stock, so always ask your server before ordering. Sauces are another one, they like to put beef or chicken stock, or even dairy in them. And in places like Thailand, they like to use a lot of fish sauce, so be sure to ask your server about the sauces. If the server does not happen to know is ask the manager, but always, if available, ask the chef. For the most part, each kitchen at any restaurant has a binder with all the recipes and the recipes obviously have the ingredients. So if your sever is a little hmm about what is going on in your menu item, then ask the manager to see if they can ask the chef or bring the binder out so you can find out what is exactly in your meal so you do not get sick.
7 Jul 2011
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Travel Tip: Vegetarian Options at the Airport - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. Options for people to eat healthy and vegetarian for people at the airport are pack your own food, whether it is preparing something that you love before you go to the airport or stopping at your favorite restaurant and packing it up real tight and putting it in your carry-on so that way you do not have to buy expensive airport food. But if you did not have time to pack your food, there are always great places that you can find salads, wraps, soups, anything like that. And if you can, check the terminal that you are going to be flying out of and they have a listing of all the food locations in that terminal, especially when you are connecting flights, that is the best way to plan before you go.
7 Jul 2011
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Travel Tip: Vegetarian Options at Mexican Restaurants - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. My tip for tweaking a Mexican menu while dining out in Mexico are very easy. Mexico uses a lot of beans and a lot of vegetables and lots of corn tortillas. If you are gluten sensitive that is great for you because you can opt for corn instead of flour tortillas. You can pretty much vegetarianize anything. Tacos just replace the meat with beans, if you are vegan just get rid of the cheese. A lot of times they do not serve it with cheese, that is an American thing. Tostada salads, opt for beans instead of meat, get the cheese off and replace more vegetables. You can do guacamole, you can do salsas, you can do all sorts of things. The only thing is to ask and see if beans are especially refried if they are cooked with lard or if they have been made with a chicken or a beef broth. But other than that you are golden in Mexico.
7 Jul 2011
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