On Sunday May 19th, I will finish the tail end of an epic journey that started March 12th and included, Ho Chi Minh City, Phan Thiet, and Phu Quoc in Vietnam, Dubai in the UAE, Bath, Brighton and London in Great Britain, not to mention, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Berkeley, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Atlantic City and Washington, D.C. During this entire time, I stopped home in New York City for only nine days.
I had weather ranging from 100 degrees and 90 percent humidity to 35 degrees with wind and rain. I needed to dress casual, business casual, in a suit and tie, and I needed workout clothes as well. I traveled in planes, trains, and automobiles as well as tubes, subways, buses, cabs, trolleys, and often by foot for three or four miles to get to my destination.
It was a blast! I learned a few things have changed in travel recently, so here are eight of my latest and most useful tips for the occasional traveler as well as the seasoned veteran.
Read the full article at 8 Money-Saving Business Travel Tips | Inc.com.
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