Travel Tip of the Day: Don’t Put Your Feet There

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When flying in a bulkhead seat, don’t put your feet on the wall in front of you—especially if you have your shoes on. And when riding a train, don’t put your feet on the seat across from you. It’s rude, dirty and I’ve seen conductors in both New York and London scold passengers.

FYI: In the photo to the right, Hawaiian Airlines shares the same message as only Hawaiian Airlines can. Check out 10 more reasons to fly Hawaiian Airlines here—and how to fly them cheaply to Hawaii (including an almost free roundtrip flight) here.

 

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  1. That drives me crazy when I see people put their feet on the wall when sitting in the bulkhead seat.

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