and keep a copy in your luggage and on you in case of emergency hotel
or doctor visits. Bring slip on shoes to wear in the hotel room.
-- Some Carry-On Essentials: Sleep better on the plane and in the hotel
with and ear plugs. Bring nose drops, chapstick, vapor rub (especially
for over-heated hotels and homes), and cold pills as crowds breed germs
and getting sick happens quick. Also, a warm shawl for women or
sweaters for men is always a good idea to stay warm on the plane and
avoid what can be germ-ridden airplane blankets.
-- Carry Duplicate Prescriptions and More: Always carry your prescription
medicine and eyeglasses in your carry-on bag. Also make sure to bring
the prescriptions, too. In the holiday rush, you might misplace the
drugs or glasses, and you'll be able to replace them with less hassle
if you have the prescriptions. And consider throwing a change of
underwear in your carry-on bag. If you're stuck en route when an
airport is closed for weather delays or security reasons, you may end
up spending a night at an intermediate point without access to your
Jim Lahren, Vice President of Marketing at Briggs & Riley, notes, "We are constantly getting tips from well seasoned travelers and just wanted to share the information with others. Briggs and Riley wants traveling to be a great experience for everyone. We build our luggage with that in mind and we are hopeful that every journey turns out to be a rewarding and fruitful one. Briggs & Riley wishes everyone and healthy and happy holiday season."
About Briggs & Riley Travelware
Briggs & Riley Travelware is dedicated to building a lifelong
relationship with its customers by consistently understanding and exceeding
their needs. The company offers a variety of innovative, high-quality
luggage collections; each
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