If you flew to your destination and your checked baggage hasn’t made it to you yet, don’t go crazy. Ask an airport employee where the office to report lost luggage is located. Go to the office with your travel documents in hand and fill out a lost luggage claim. More likely than not, your luggage will return to you safe and sound.
If the kids come along with you on your trip, make sure they have identification documents. Ensure each child has enough money to make a call at a pay phone. Parents should keep a recent photo of each child with height, weight, and age written on the back.
To avoid any unnecessary issues when travelling by plane, make sure any gifts you bring are unwrapped. Because of tightened security regulations, the TSA might have to inspect the gift and could ruin all the nice wrapping work you did. Just stash away some gift paper inside your luggage, and wrap your gifts after arrival.
Don’t wait until you are on the cruise ship to discover that you get seasick. This can put a serious kink on your cruise plan. Instead of having the holiday of a lifetime on your cruise trip, you could end up confined to bed and incredibly ill. If you can, get a prescription for a sea sickness medication and take it with you.
If the hotel that you want to stay at is booked, ask if they have any rooms that are out of service. If a room needs minor changes to be made, a hotel may classify it as not being in service.
Follow these tips and your next vacation should be the relaxing trip you dreamed of. Start a list for your next travel now!
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