Breeze Through Airport Security

Written by Jed Clark


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Now that you're packed, it's time to dress forrepparttar airport. Avoid wearing a lot of jewelry or metal items. Try to wear a pair of tennis shoes or other comfortable shoes that doesn't have a metal support inrepparttar 147683 sole construction (many thick-soled dress shoes and high-heeled women's shoes use these). If you pack your keys, cell phone or PDA in your pocket, prepare an empty pocket in your carry-on where you can easily place these items before you get torepparttar 147684 security checkpoint.

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A little commonsense and preparation can ease your way through airport security and get your flight off to a great start.

Jed Clark is a travel writer, photographer and long-time San Francisco resident. For more travel tips and information about San Francisco destinations, attractions and neighborhoods, visit http://www.zurdogo.com/ - a destination guide to San Francisco.


RoomSaver.com Reels in Travelers Who Prefer to Plan Ahead

Written by Marcy Sunday


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Since 1999, RoomSaver.com has been a leading provider of online hotel coupons and discount lodging rates. RoomSaver.com provides a comprehensive hotel coupon database for travelers while serving as a convenient and effective advertising forum for hoteliers and affiliate travel businesses.

Headquartered in Norfolk, VA, RoomSaver.com is part of Trader Electronic Media's family of over 15 high-traffic websites, which receive millions of visitors each week. The sites cover virtually every used vehicle and general merchandise category, including apartments, homes, employment and hotel lodging. Trader Electronic Media is a division of Trader Publishing Company,repparttar nationís largest distributor of photo-classified ad publications. For more information about RoomSaver.com, call toll-free 866-305-3840 or visit www.RoomSaver.com.

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Marcy Sunday is the marketing assistant and graphic designer for RoomSaver.com.


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