Im traveling for the first time out of state and i need help?
Topic: Jobs application in cleveland ohio
July 20, 2019 / By Siena Question:
Peace im john im 21 and from cleveland ohio, have never been away from home by myself yet,but i just got a job in Minnesota and i need to know what are items i will need? i will have to take the bus there so can someone help me im leaving on monday,thanks and peace.
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Philippina | 6 days ago
Go to your local bookstore and pickup a Minnesota guide book with map. Once your bus arrives at your destination take some time to just go by a local coffee house so you can talk with a local and perhaps get a feel for the city. Try to travel light with only the essentials and perhaps a good book to read- your back with thank you. Once you get in town try to invest in a GPS if you don't already have one to help you get from A to Z or download a GPS application for your phone.
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Originally Answered: First time traveling.where to first?
Choose a destination and run with it. Start saving your money and research your options.
There will be some places that you want to see where you are just going to have to eat the tourist prices, so you may as well chew and swallow. For instance, if you have always wanted to go to Paris, it is going to cost you. There are ways of making it more affordable, but it is going to be expensive.
Rather than go to a travel agency, go to the library and check out some Frommer's or Lonely Planet make good ones. It does not matter if they are recent or not, but the travel books will give you an idea as to what is available to visit in a country. Rick Steves also has a good travel show that will give you a visual representation of the area you want to visit, I think it is on PBS.
After you figure out where you want to go, and what you want to do, start planning. Depending upon where you want to go, the prices will vary according to season. For instance, going to Europe from May to August is going to be expensive, but the prices will drop in the off season - both for airfare and hotel costs (excepting major holidays).
Another thing that you can do is just start saving your money and when you get a couple thousand $$ (since you are in MD, you are adjacent to a gateway airport out of the US) start reading the ads in the travel section of the paper and see what specials are available. I have friends in NYC who do this, they'll see an ad to someplace different (maybe it is not someplace on your short list) and the price happens to be right, and they jump on the plane with maybe as little as a week notice.
If you don't have a passport, you might want to get one now.
Originally Answered: First time traveling.where to first?
The most beautiful place I have been was Corsica. It is an island south of France. It's not too touristy, and it is absolutely gorgeous! If I were you, I would get a small group of friends (maybe 8) who would like to go on this adventure with you. Look for the cheapest tickets into Western Europe, maybe stop by some major places, depending on where you fly into (Geneva was always pretty cheap). Then I would take a train to southern France and the boat over to the island. Trains are the most inexpensive way to travel over there. I'd rent out a house on the coast with your friends, this makes the cost a lot better when you split it up between you all. There are tons of fun things to do there like scuba diving, canyoning (which is like mountain climbing/hiking through a valley in water while you follow the river. Hard to explain but amazing), cliff jumping, ect. It's amazing. I wish you the best of luck!
Well, if you'll be living there, you will need things to set up housekeeping...even if it is in an apartment. Things like pots and pans and dishes and silverware, a table, toiletries (your toothpaste, deodorant, etc.); bed-linens, bed, furniture, etc. It sorta depends on what your lifestyle is like as to what furniture you will need.
You will also likely need a warm coat for the winter and boots and whatever else you think you might need.
You know, some of this stuff is really just common sense. You need clothes to wear, food to eat, a place to sleep, things to wash your clothes with.
If all else fails, Bed Bath & Beyond has a checklist for students going away to college. There may be a copy on their website that you could download. That is a very good starting point.
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You'll need whatever you require for everyday living. Will you live in a furnished apartment? If not, you'll need furniture. If you do live in a furnished apartment you'll still need bed and bath linens. Unless you plan to go out for all your meals, you'll need cookware, silverware, dishes. You might also want a TV, alarm clock, radio and of course personal items like razor, hair dryer, toothbrush in addition to your clothes. You'll soon discover what you need that missing.
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Originally Answered: Traveling for the first time. Any advice?
LAX is made up of 9 Terminal Buildings(Terminal 1-8 and Tom Bradley International). It is a huge airport, but if you think of it as 9 smaller airports it makes things a lot easier. The biggest problem you are going to have is to know what terminal you need to go to.
Depending on your airline you will depart out of T1-8. If you are parking off-site(don't park in the terminal area unless it is short term), and/or taking a shuttle to the terminal all you need to do is tell the driver what airline and they will get you to the right terminal.
If you are being dropped off, you need to know the airline and then can find the terminal. You can look at that from the link below. Departures are on the Upper Level and it is a 1 way street around the airport in a horseshoe shape. It starts at T1 then goes to T3, at the top of the horseshoe is TBIT, you then have T4-T8. If you miss your terminal, just loop around again. Just be aware that if you are dropped off at the curb, it is strictly a drop-off. If the driver leaves the vehicle or you are not actively taking bags out of the car LAPD will come up and tell you to move the car. And don't even think about having someone drop you off and leaving the car at the curb while they help you take your bags inside. If you need help taking your bags, have them park in the structure.
I highly suggest you check-in on-line and print your boarding pass from home. As a trick, if your boarding pass has a gate number already assigned the first number will be the terminal. So as an example if your gate is 53 you are in terminal 5.
If you checked in on-line and have no bags to check you can go directly to security with your Boarding pass and ID. Once through security, verify your gate from the monitors and head to the gate. They will start boarding of your flight starting about 30-45 minutes before.
There should not be a problem with your reservation, but if there is you can try the airline first. However, they may direct you to contact Orbitz.
Also, since this is your first time I would suggest arriving 2 hours before your flight.