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Playing Your Cards Right -- Tips for Traveling with Credit Cards
Using credit cards while traveling is a good idea for a number of reasons: You have a record of your expenditures for record-keeping and tax purposes (especially important if you travel for business) You may get a better exchange...

The Ultimate Traveler's Day Dream Come True
More than a few times, I've caught myself sitting at work day dreaming about dropping everything and just jumping on a plane. In October of 2003, I did just that. Life can grind you down when you get in a rut. In my case, I had a particularly bad...

Tips for the right Rome holiday travel package.
It is not usually wise to be traveling during holidays as these are the times when almost every other person in the world is traveling. It is of course best to plan ahead or book ahead and go to your destination early to avoid all the hassle but...

Travel Guide and Tourist Attractions
How many times have you experienced going to a place that seems interesting yet you have no idea what are the tourist attractions that city or country has to offer for its visitors? You would be fortunate enough if you have a friend, a family member...

Travel tips for your next Myrtle Beach Vacation & Insider Time Share report
Climate The climate in South Carolina is generally mild and humid. Spring starts in March, and the beaches are busy by mid-April. Summer begins in May with pleasant balmy days that become quite hot before the season's end. Autumn brings a...

 
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Travel Wallet Checklist

A travel wallet can be pretty handy when you´re on the move, especially on international trips. It keeps all your travel documents and currency in one place for easy access. Following is a checklist of items you may want to keep in your travel wallet.

  • Passport
  • Photo ID
  • Airline, Cruise and Train Tickets
  • Boarding Pass
  • Insurance Cards (medical and car)
  • Itinerary with important telephone numbers and addresses


    (hotels, airlines, etc.)
  • Travel Coupons or Certificates
  • Some one-dollar bills for tipping
  • Credit Cards
  • Travelers Checks
  • Foreign Currency
  • Calling Card

About the Author

William Manor is the owner of U.S. Passport Service Guide, a very useful and comprehensive resource for U.S. citizens who travel internationally.
http://www.us-passport-service-guide.com