As we make final preparations for our upcoming adventure to Tuscany and the Swiss Alps, I figured this would be a good time to update myself on any new regulations regarding carry-on bags and personal items. Travelers that enjoy the convenience of flying often times are very inconvenienced (think irritated) when they discover that they can’t take onto the airplane the stuff that they thought they could. Perhaps you heard that airlines are now going to start charging a fee... for carry-on bags! I heard this from multiple sources so, as a travel professional, I did some homework so we won’t be surprised at where this is heading.
I was tickled by the great number of readers that reached out to me with concern for my pajamas! So, I am happy to report that I am writing “the rest of the story” in my jammies, but you probably don’t want that mental image. Forget I mentioned that.
My PJ's Need a Passport, Part 2
My PJ's Need a Passport
This is the story of my pajamas and how I met so many American Airline's employees. It starts out innocent enough with plans to escape Oklahoma winter weather with a cruise to the Caribbean. Great plan. As it turns out for mid-westerners traveling east, our flight was at dark-thirty in the morning so we could have some wiggle room in case of incidents. We decided as a group to go to the airport the evening before as a precaution in case of bad weather. I packed my pjs in my carry-on and looked forward to a relaxing vacation.
2016 has zipped right by, I’m not sure I have even flipped my calendar from the month of March. Here we are reflecting on the year and wondering if we kept our resolutions when it’s time to re-resolve. As always, I’m ready to assist if “to travel more” is on that list for 2017. It’s never too early to plan for an adventure, but it gets too late sooner than you think. I would like to remind travelers that 2017 could be the last year to be able to fly domestically (within the United States) with an Oklahoma driver’s license…