Road Warriorette Weekend Express

Hey readers! Got a question or something you want to discuss this weekend?  Here’s the perfect opportunity!  Whether you want to share an 12-20-14-1interesting travel story, a packing tip, an etiquette tip, or anything else going on in the business travel world, comment here and we’ll have a discussion.

Travel tip of the week:

  • I learned this particular tip recently and love it. Ever have trouble keeping up with your bobby pins?  Go eat a package of Tic Tacs and then store your pins in there.  Problem solved!

Week in review:

Here are travel news stories that caught my eye this week:

Comments of the week:

  • This week I wrote a post about about Toll roads, rental cars, and billing in which @claire wrote “Normally rental cars have toll passes built in, but on a recent trip in the US (I’m based in Canada), I somehow ended up on a toll road without a toll pass – failure to accurately follow directions avoiding a toll was my fault entirely. I’m in the US enough that I always have USD cash, but the machine required exact change. So I’m digging through my purse, sorting out US coins from Canadian (yes, the machines can tell the difference), and…I dropped my wallet on the floor of the car, at night, with cars starting to line up behind me. I scraped up all my change but was still somehow 10 cents short, so I continued digging around under the seat with cars honking. Eventually the person behind me walked up to my car and gave me the dime. I was mortified and next time will just blow through the toll pass lane and work out the fine later.”

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