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Top Ten New Gadgets That Will Change the Way You Travel

| September 14, 2015 | 0 Comments
Top Ten New Gadgets That Will Change the Way You Travel

Long gone are the days you had to leave your computer behind when you traveled. Today’s tech gadgets are smaller and lighter, and afford travelers capabilities they could only dream about 10 years ago. Layover Guide has put together a roundup of ten new travel gadgets you won’t want to leave home without. PowerCard Faster […]

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Best Layover Luggage

| September 10, 2015 | 0 Comments
Best Layover Luggage

The right type of luggage is important for a layover. Finding a size-appropriate bag that will best suit your destination, length of layover, and contain the features that would best suit you is essential to helping you enjoy and make the most out of your layover. For our full Layover Packing List, click here. Size […]

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What To Pack For A Layover

| June 29, 2015 | 1 Comment
What To Pack For A Layover

Packing for a layover is like packing for a regular trip, but often much lighter and leaner and ideally something you can achieve with carry-on luggage alone. Layover Guide breaks down the Ultimate Layover Packing List for ideas on what to bring for your layover adventures. Your bag would, of course, reflect your destination and […]

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Top Ten Backpacking Essentials

| May 13, 2015 | 0 Comments
Top Ten Backpacking Essentials

Backpacking is an art in itself. Fitting everything you need on your back, makes you have to think and rethink every single item. Is it absolutely essential? Can I live without it? Will it greatly improve my life and experience when I am out in the world? Layover Guide put together our top most essential […]

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Traveling By Plane With Diabetes

| March 4, 2009 | 0 Comments
Traveling By Plane With Diabetes

DLife.com posted some great tips on flying with diabetes: * Ask for an aisle seat if you will use the restroom for insulin injections. * Get your ticket and seat early to prevent bumping. * If traveling alone, tell the flight attendant you have diabetes. * Keep your diabetes medicines with you, don’t store them […]

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How To Pack For A Layover

| March 3, 2009
How To Pack For A Layover

There’s nothing worse then being stuck on a long layover without some needed necessities (ok, yes, there are worse things, but this is pretty bad). If you’re traveling on business, and will be stuck on a layover, make sure you pack some comfortable clothes to change in to. Airplane and airport seats are bad enough […]

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