Many people have to fly on a regular basis for business travel. Whether you trips are weekly or just a few times a year, the following tips will help make your travel experience less stressful.
With airlines cutting back, one area that has been curtailed severely is airline food. What used to be a freebie is now unavailable, or if it is available, it is often expensive and unappealing. Also, with more flights having interim stops, travel times have become longer and it may be a stretch before you can get a full meal. For those of you who travel by train, Amtrak occasionally has a food car, but, again, the selection is limited. So, for those of you looking to stay fortified while you travel, here are eight ideas for snacks to bring with you.
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The ideal time to visit Europe is in the fall. European cities normally swarming with tourists have fewer visitors roaming the streets and more locals offering an authentic visit to the city. Not only are there fewer tourists occupying seats in the city’s top restaurants, but the weather is cooler than the stifling, sticky heat that can drain even the most upbeat vacationer.