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A guide for first time travelers


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A good source of information for when you plan a vacation abroad is your travel agent. Though all the knowledge he may have can get overwhelming for many and can get them more excited for the trip. Effective way on how to enjoy a trip for those firs timers and those who want to spend less will be shown here.

The hoard of cars whose owners call you to ride on their vehicle outside the airport is hard to miss. A regular taxi will charge you less so take that instead. The regular airport coach is the ideal choice since it will take you only a dollar.

When you arrive, make sure to change around 5 to 10 dollars to local currency for your necessary expense before you reach your hotel. Ascertain the cost of your hotel and see what it is inclusive of. Do not be shy when you ask, this is just to see if the rate you previously know is the right one. Always ask the concierge for important things like directions, tickets or when tourist spots are open The concierge is always prepared and ready to serve you.

Don't convert large sums beyond your estimated requirements, otherwise you may find yourself with a surplus and no way of getting back dollars. Conduct all your financial transactions at banks or other authorized money changing center. Be familiar with the foreign exchange rate and watch for discrepancies.

Don't feel obligated to tip the bellboy who picks up your suit for pressing and another who delivers it a few hours later. It's rarely the same individual because the rotation system is designed to provide tips for both pickup and delivery service. It is best to close all your accounts with the hotel prior to your departure. Doing so will make you check if there are any discrepancies and change dollars to how ever much you need.

It is ideal that you reserve a selfdrive car in advance and take not that gas is at your own expense. Getting a table in high paying restaurants may also need you to reserve earlier. You may be saddened if you are unable to reserve. Sometimes you may see vacant seats rest assured management is not trying to deny you a seat, the tables however are already reserved. A 10 to 15 percent service fee is normally added to your bill in restaurants.

Many Americans to this day exercise over tipping. You can always get ordinary house wine if their selection does not fit your budget or the waiter can help you pick on that agrees with your taste and your wallet. The wine steward will be anticipating a small sum by the time you are through for the night.

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