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CAR RENTALS - You probably don't think twice about what car you'll get when you rent in the States or Canada, because agencies almost always offer automatics. If you're going to Europe, it is another story and it pays to drive a stick, because an automatic transmission can cost much more. There's only a small market for automatics. Ask your car-rental agent about price before you rent.

When renting a vehicle in a foreign country, always ask for an extra set of keys - or have a set made.
When doing business in Asia, never put someone else's business card away without reading it first. It's as rude as smacking your gum on a conference call, rummaging through your briefcase during a presentation or applying lipstick at the dinner table in the States.

Use your right hand at all times for accepting and passing articles and eating/drinking. As is with many cultures, the left hand is considered unclean or inappropriate.

Never ever exchange business cards at social events! Instead, offer your business cards with your phone number at your hotel.

Footwear and head coverings (hats, etc.) should be removed before entering Buddhist shrines. Do not attempt to shake hands with yellow-robed Buddhist monks. Do not pose with Buddhist statues for photographs.

THE LOCALS HAVE HAD ENOUGH - In many of Europe's great cities, inconsiderate tourists - the kind who bathe in fountains, eat in museums and sleep in piazzas - have grown from an irritant into a plague, and the locals have had enough. In Florence, a new city by-law bans eating, drinking and loitering on the steps of the medieval Palazzo Vecchio, a popular lunch spot for tourists. The move follows similat crackdowns in Rome, which bars people from sleeping or eating on the Spanish Steps, and Venice, which has outlawed picnics in St. Mark's Square. In Greece, where ancient monuments have been used as ashtrays, the culture ministry recently banned smoking at archaeological sites and in museums.

- Since 1984, when terrorist bomb threats made it necessary to close the Taj Mahal at night, the 5 million tourists who visit the the jewel-studded monument each year have seen little reason to linger in Agra after dark. Hoping to convince some of them to spend at least one night in the city, authorities have tightened security and will now open the domed, minaret-flanked mausoleum - built by the Mogul emperor Jahan to house the tomb of his favorite wife - on full-moon nights.

GERMANY - Learn About German Culture - One of the best ways to learn about German culture is to travel in Germany. Travel is a good way of learning about the cultural traditions of cities as diverse as Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart, Berlin and many others. These cities showcase aspects of German culture such as museums, beer, wine and food festivals, theatre and music, and so on. more>

MONEY AND MONEY SAVING TIPS - When you are traveling, be sure to have several ways to access your money. If your travelers checks get stolen, then an ATM card would come in handy until you get replacements.  more>

RAISE YOUR STANDARD OF FLYING - Cut your carry-on. Lockers for hanging garment bags are disappearing and overhead compartments fill up fast. If you stuff your bags under the seat in front of you, where you will put your feet? more>

RETIRE TO ASIA - There must be a better quality of life in retirement, and there is! Nowadays, more retirees are not only moving from their house to another city or state, but are moving out of the United States. Click here to find out more>

CHEAP TRAVEL INSURANCE - When you plan to travel abroad nowadays, you might be totally surprised how abundant cheap travel deals are being offered both online and offline. That is, if you haven't contacted your travel agents lately or if you have been hibernating in your own country for years or simply don't feel the need for traveling. Anyway, the bottom line is that traveling abroad today is not very expensive as it was before. Find out how>

SMART TRAVEL TIPS - DEALING WITH TRAVEL AGENCY - Many people are looking at price when searching for a discount travel agency, however, there are some other things you need to watch out for that can save you time, money and headaches when using a travel agency to plan your trip. more>

Make Money In Travel - Step by step directions for becoming a legitimate travel agent, and creating and marketing niche travel sites. This package includes an E-book written by a travel agent, video and audio resources and much more!

Travel Industry Secrets - Travel agent cards give you up to a 75% discount on flights and hotels. It only takes 15 minutes to get one of these cards.
 RV Travel Guides: The Frugal Shunpikers Guides To America - A series of E-book guides for RV travel on a budget. After 9 years of driving the back roads of America, the author reveals hundreds of free camping finds and other advice for budget RV travel.

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