T R A V E L T I P S
If possible, take extra glasses, contact lenses, dentures, etc.
Carry a brief medical history with you at all times, including insurance company name, social security number, allergies, blood type, medications, emergency contact information.
Bring a small First Aid Kit that contains aspirin or aspirin substitutes, vitamins, cold tablets, stomach remedies, bandage strips, and prescription medication(s).
For diabetics, carry snacks and medications in case of meal changes or delays (consult with your physician before leaving).
Bring one major credit card and your driver's license for photo identification.
Check the local weather reports for your destination and wear layers so you can add or remove clothing as the weather changes.
Pack only half as much as you think you'll need
Use new luggage tags and remove all the old ones
Cover with plastic bags to reduce wrinkles
DO NOT pack money, jewelry, and prescription drugs-carry them with you
Empty tote bags are helpful for souvenirs you purchase on the trip
Don't forget to pack your camera, film, and batteries.