Airport Travel Tips: Reducing Waiting Times

Written by Marisol Boatwright

Key Travel Tips Following these tips will help you reduce your wait time atrepparttar security checkpoint. Before you go torepparttar 150618 Airport •Do not pack or bring Prohibited Items torepparttar 150619 airport. •Place valuables such as jewelry, cash and laptop computers in carry-on baggage only. •Tape your business card torepparttar 150620 bottom of your laptop. •Avoid wearing clothing, jewelry and accessories that contain metal. Metal items may set offrepparttar 150621 alarm onrepparttar 150622 metal detector. •Avoid wearing shoes that contain metal or have thick soles or heels. Many types of footwear will require additional screening even ifrepparttar 150623 metal detector does not alarm. •Put all undeveloped film and cameras with film in your carry-on baggage. Checked baggage screening equipment will damage undeveloped film. •Declare firearms & ammunition to your airline and place them in your checked baggage. •If you wish to lock your baggage, use a TSA-recognized lock. •Do not bring lighters or prohibited matches torepparttar 150624 airport.

The Rules of Dating, Vacationing and Compatibility

Written by Holly Bentz -

Romantic Getaway - Travel Survival Tips

Vacations, distant destinations and a new amour conjurerepparttar unexpected. The insecurity of unfamiliar surroundings can surface irreconcilable differences amongst young love in bloom.

In Corona beer commercials, romantic getaways are depicted as tranquil solitude during a breathtaking sunset. Beyondrepparttar 150588 scenic print ads of exotic travel escapes, one story is left untold. It isrepparttar 150589 reality of pandemonium. Traveling can make or break a new relationship.

Very rarely, do travel agencies, reservationists and airlines purportrepparttar 150590 trials and tribulations of vacation inconveniences:

• Lost or stolen luggage • Delayed itineraries • Security gate groping • Language barriers • Missing reservations • Overbooked flights • Crowded check-ins

Despiterepparttar 150591 frustrations and aggravations of travel, it may serve as a fast study onrepparttar 150592 future of a potential significant other. Vacationing has a way of revealing one’s true colors.

It was a weekend trip to NYC when Jenny Aldridge (28) found out that her lover was a manic depressant who failed to take medication for treat his chemical imbalance. “When Kevin was not underrepparttar 150593 influence of alcohol he was unbearable. I’m relieved that I found out early. It saved me months of another failed relationship,” shares Aldridge.

“My trip torepparttar 150594 Greek Isles wasrepparttar 150595 most hellish” trip, EVER” states Landon McDaniels (36). He had been dating Shawna for 2 months when he invited her to set sail from Santorini to other neighboring islands of Greece. Since, McDaniels was chartering a boat with a crew of two other people, he assumed his girlfriend would pitch in with some ofrepparttar 150596 onboard duties. “Little did I know, I was dating a prima Donna who whined about everything…and sulked inrepparttar 150597 cabin most ofrepparttar 150598 day,” articulates Landon.

Traveling with a new significant other does not always represent a nightmare situation. When Stephanie and Greg went to Paris together, they learned how they shared a curiosity for non-touristy spots. Their compatibility was depicted in their similar traveling style.

The author of “Dating For I Do,” Holly Bentz, recommends taking an early vacation withinrepparttar 150599 first three months ofrepparttar 150600 relationship. A 48-hour getaway can be very telling compared withrepparttar 150601 time spent on a regular date. While new lovers may think that they are altering their lifestyle during travel, they really are not.

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