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For many pet owners the anxiety of worrying about their pet while they are away from home is sometimes so bad they will actually cancel and choose to stay home. Boarding can be expensive and many don’t like the idea of their Precious being kept in a crate. Of course there are friends, but that can be a great imposition. Luckily, with so many pet friendly hotels and great pet travel tips it is now easier than ever to travel with your pet and have a fantastic time.

As much as I love to Travel, I have had the pleasure of owning a timeshare and also being a member of several Vacation news from european countrys and the world Clubs. Unfortunately, life circumstances changed for me, my elderly mother got sick, and I had to tame my wander lust and find other ways to enjoy travel with short weekend trips, etc.

Take care of things at home. Making sure the family pet or the house is taken care of is important. You don’t want to come home to a disaster after you’ve had a wonderful vacation.

You’ll find just about any travel service rated on a review site somewhere. Just keep in mind that people like to complain about bad experiences, so you’ll find many more complaints than good reviews for even the most well-known travel services. So take the complaints with a grain of salt. Look for the most commonly re-occurring complaints (like bad customer service). Most bad experiences are not usually the fault of the service. Rather the experience occurred because of the Travel tips’s misunderstanding of the travel site policies.

3 TRAVEL Minimise the amount of luggage you take with you. I pack plenty of layers. It’s much easier to add on and strip off when the weather turns than carry around bulky, heavy items that probably will not be used. Rule of thumb… if you are taking it in case you need it, leave it at home. You will get more in a case if you roll your clothes up, they are going to get creased anyway. Ironing is easy, lugging bags everywhere is not.

GW: One thing is to realize the goal. The goal of packing is to arrive at your destination with the things that you need and to have those things arrive in good condition. But if you arrive with the distinctive look of a police mug shot… Well, it’s hard to be influential when you show up at the meeting looking like you’ve slept in the bar. I saw a guy one time who showed up to a conference fresh-faced, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. However, his suit looked like it had a hangover. He made it to the meeting but his suit didn’t really.

You’ll find just about any travel service rated on a review site somewhere. Just keep in mind that people like to complain about bad experiences, so you’ll find many more complaints than good reviews for even the most well-known travel services. So take the complaints with a grain of salt. Look for the most commonly re-occurring complaints (like bad customer service). Most bad experiences are not usually the fault of the service. Rather the experience occurred because of the traveler’s misunderstanding of the travel site policies.

If I’m going to be in one city for four to five days, I’ll take a bigger piece of luggage called a European traveler. I could actually put a small person and a little piano in that thing if I wanted to, that’s how big it is. That type of luggage is an option if you’ll be gone for a longer period. How much you pack and what size luggage you take is truly a matter of how long you are going to be somewhere.