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No matter what kind of trip you're planning, a luxury vacation or a business trip, a budget-minded weekend with the family or a hike to Macchu Picchu or on the Appalachian Trail, you'll find tips in The Travel Authority that will help keep you safe, healthy and worry free. You'll find out how to avoid altitude sickness or traveler's belly, as well as learn how to negotiate with the front desk at a hotel that's overbooked. What do you do when your passport is stolen in a foreign country or you're bumped on your flight? What kinds of clothing items are pickpocket proof? How can you adequately secure your hotel room from a break in? What's the best way to speed your way through airport security. The tips are all here in The Travel Authority: Essential Tips for Hassle-Free Travel. In addition, numerous well-tested products are mentioned, such as the SteriPEN that wipes out disease-causing organisms in your glass of water. Even if you consider yourself the savviest traveler who has logged tens of thousands of frequent flyer miles, you'll find something you didn't know in The Travel Authority: Essential Tips for Hassle-Free Travel.
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About the Author
Jeanine Barone is a well-published travel and food writer with articles that appear in magazines and newspapers, such as National Geographic Traveler, the Boston Globe, Conde Nast Traveller (UK), and Travel + Leisure. As a travel writer, she specializes in hidden treasure travel, hunting down the little known cafe, the under-the-radar museum, or the just opened underground art gallery. Jeanine also has a background as a biologist, nutritionist and exercise physiologist. which explains why her healthy travel tips section of the book is so extensive. (She has been invited on many television shows, including the David Letterman Show and Good Morning America, to discuss health tips.) Jeanine is noted for her savvy packing: she never checks luggage even when traveling for 6+ weeks. She is often interviewed by top travel bloggers and asked to discuss her savvy travel tips on various radio programs across the country as well as on web TV.