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It shrinks your clothes to turn even the most unorganized packer into a Type-A traveler.
Ladies, we all know how overwhelming it can be to pack for a vacation, let alone a lengthy backpacking adventure halfway across the globe. It always begins the same way: an empty suitcase or backpack and a closet bulging with treasures of lace, silk and cotton.
Your alarm didn’t go off, there was a ton of traffic and the TSA line was bananas. Welp, guess you’re gonna sprint to the
Whether you’ve dragged it along European cobblestone streets or squeezed in everyone’s swimsuit for a jaunt to the shore
For years I've been working and traveling with a Lenovo computer. My affection and appreciation for this rough-and-tumble
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As someone who travels a lot, I can say with zero authority, but 100% certainty, that these are literally the most useful travel items ever made, since the beginning of time.
These bags are also less likely to be noticed as being bulky at the airport because they're worn on the back or can be worn over the bag. Unfortunately, you'll most likely have to carry the duffel behind your shoulder at key points in the airport if you want it to make it on the plane.
Manhattan is brimming with all types of services, from high-end repair shops and cleaners to prime restorers and more, to keep all of your luxury and beloved belongings in top shape.
Some travel items you can splurge on, some you can skimp on. (We learned this the hard way after having one too many cheap suitcases fall apart on us.) Here are our picks for the essential travel products that are worth spending a little bit more on.
Beccaauuse no flight attendant is going to say your bag is not making it on the flight and goodbye! to every piece of clothing you own. You officially now have to wear the same outfit every day.
There's no right or wrong bag, but certain types of bags definitely prove useful. And that's because there's all different sorts of travel functions they service. Making sure you've got several different types of bags on hand will pretty much ensure you'll be covered in any situation.
There's the good, bad and ugly of travel gear. I bristle when I think about all the gear I've purchased thinking I'd "need" it and then went untouched for months.