101 Tips, Tricks and Hacks to be an Expert Traveler at Chicago Seminars 2016

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Here is my 101 Tips, Tricks and Hacks to be an Expert Traveler at Chicago Seminars, updated for 2016.

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JayP

@Stefan – that’s brilliant! Thanks

Victoria
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Victoria

Ok, so in terms of #62, do you mean in mental accounting (i.e. think of a European 4-star as a 3-star) or actual need (i.e. you only need a 3-star for a 4-star quality experience)? I assume it’s the former, but just wanted to confirm!

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Could you please explain #5 re: Discover card in China and Japan? We’re going soon and I thought I’d need to pretty much plan on cash. Great tips, a number I hadn’t thought of and will use.

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Ivan X
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I was at the seminar, and was intrigued by the idea of the passport card. But now I can’t remember the practical use case. Do you mind re-explaining?

Adam
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Adam

Go to the seminars– he explains it better

Shannon
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Shannon

and why always VPN? isn’t that for people with special mission only?

Shannon
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Shannon

but why to read the economist in first class #40? I know you love that travel shoe but it just looks too bulky

john
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john

can you explain the name baby after yourself? I saw it somewhere else and dont get it. So you open a FF account for them and the names match… so what?
Anybody can buy tickets for anyone else. Does the tip involve credit cards?