Give Yourself That Extra Hour When You Travel

by Carla Pacheco -

That hour could mean everything. It could mean the difference between calmly making your way through security and to your terminal, and a Home Alone style mad-dash through the airport, possibly resulting in a kid or two being left behind. 

Try to think ahead about your trip: are you going to be doing a lot of walking? Are the public transportation options easy and accessible? What is the weather like?

As Juno points out on her travel blog, Runaway Juno, "everything will take longer than you thought." Because you're in a new place and unfamiliar with your surroundings, give yourself some cushion. Even just walking to your hotel you might get distracted by the fascinating sites and miss your hotel check-in. 

(Check out her full article for more tips!)

At Travelscope, we want your trip to be easy and breezy, and giving yourself an extra hour definitely helps. But we also know that by planning and booking with us, not only do we can take care of all of the arrangements, but we're here to help at any point during your trip if you get stuck.

A very Happy New Years from all of us at Carlson Wagonlit Travelscope!

 

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