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Posts tagged "trip planning"
can't eat, will travel: jetsetting with food allergies

can’t eat, will travel: jetsetting with food allergies

RSJ contributor Dana Bruxvoort relays her experience as a gluten-free jetsetter, and provides six incredible tips to allay your food allergy fears while abroad.  Dana may be saying nyet to crepes and baguettes, but you won’t find her sitting at home anytime soon!
planning a successful itinerary

planning a successful itinerary

What are you going to do with your infamous study abroad spring break? Or your internship’s precious holiday vacation? RSJ has several tips to make the most of your time off, and avoid becoming fodder for the next episode of The Amazing Race.
back to basics: visitor etiquette 101

back to basics: visitor etiquette 101

RSJ contributor Dana Bruxvoort shares her top three tips for overcoming Embarrassing Tourist Syndrome.
packing for an extended stay

packing for an extended stay

Are you a serial over-packer?  Have you been burned by airline baggage mishaps? RSJ contributor & veritable jetsetter Emily Holland will get you up-to-speed on proper packing for a long-haul. 
change in latitude, change in attitude: a travel partner survival guide

change in latitude, change in attitude: a travel partner survival guide

Do you have nightmares of your best friend becoming your mortal enemy after a trip to Copenhagen gone-awry? Here is a complete survival guide to help ensure that you and your travel buddies still love one another at the end of trip.
arranging visas: who to ask, who to pay

arranging visas: who to ask, who to pay

Stephanie thought her home university’s study abroad office was the best source for information regarding visas.  When a prominent counselor from the department sent her an email with wishes for a fabulous semester in Hungary, she began to think twice.  Her destination was the UK. 
budget airline vs. passenger

budget airline vs. passenger

  Ryanair, EasyJet, and Vueling are certainly cheap enough for building student itineraries.  With diverse destinations, you can easily find your way to your favorite cities.  But budget airlines are not magical business models that run on less money with same quality air service.