Always Carry A Bunch of Plastic, Closeable Bags In Your Suitcase

by Alison
(Los Angeles, California)

I highly recommend packing 5-10 closeable plastic bags in your suitcase. You will be happy to have them. When you pack to go home, these are handy for wet cloths, dirty and smelly cloths, liquids that might spill, souvenirs that are liquid and might spill and many other things.


I also agree with the website author to only bring a carry on. Sadly, most of the airlines now charge to check your luggage. Save money and time by bringing your suitcase on the airline.

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Cheap Water for the Plane
by: Jenna

Nothing annoys me more than spending ridiculous amounts of money to purchase water for the plane. And...some of the airlines now charge you for water. You can't bring bottled water from home on the plane because of security requirements. So I always bring an EMPTY bottle, go through security, and fill it up at drinking fountain for the plane.

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