Take a Hotel Business Card when Traveling Abroad
Building on a good reader tip on Friday, today’s tip is a classic one that deserves its own post. In a new destination, especially one where English isn’t the primary language, make sure to take a business card from the hotel. It will almost always have the address of the hotel written in both English and the local language, which will come in handy should you lose your way or need directions.
Tried this tip? Let me know in the comments!
Have your own tip? Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Want to see more tips? Click here for all 680!
Want even more travel tips? Subscribe to the Daily Travel Tip newsletter! All you have to do is sign up for the weekly newsletter by filling in your email address and checking the Daily Travel Tip box in the top-right corner of the homepage.
If you already subscribe to the newsletter, fill in your email and check the Daily Travel Tip box in the same top-right corner of the homepage and you’ll receive an email with a link to update your JohnnyJet.com preferences. On that page, just click the Daily Travel Tip box and Update Profile and you’ll have Johnny’s best tips, straight to your inbox each day. And don’t worry—it’s easier than it sounds!