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100 Ways to Travel Better Twitter Chat on Wednesday, December 4th

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How do you travel better? We're asking a panel of experts to open their little black books for hotel tips and air travel tricks this Wednesday, December 4th from 2-3pm EDT.

Ask our panel of insiders for their expert advice and money-saving tips (like bringing your own water!) during our chat.

The Host:

Amy Farley, News Editor, @TLTripDoctor

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100 Ways to Travel Better: 3 Tips from a "Lazy Traveler"

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Looking for the best travel tips? Travel + Leisure has teamed up with CNN to bring you 100 Ways to Travel Better, the definitive resource for top travel advice from experts—and you!

CNN iReporter vshilpi from Bangalore, India isn't ashamed of being a "lazy traveler." Not all tourist traps are worth visiting, and time is of the essence while you're away. Here are three of this iReporter's takeaways that will help you travel faster and more affordably:

1. On local travel: While in a major city, purchase an all-inclusive day, two-day, or week-long public transportation pass for "the ultimate money saver."

2. On dining: "If you smell something good, try it." Any spot that's bustling with locals is a good call.

3. On packing: "Pack well, but don't carry your world with you." Most items (except for medication) will be available once you land, so keep to the necessities.

Have your own travel tips? Submit an iReport here, and be sure to follow the hashtag #travelbetter on Twitter.

Maria PedoneMaria Pedone is a digital editorial intern at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter at @mariapedestrian.

Photo courtesy of CNN iReport/ vshilpi


100 Ways to Travel Better: Follow the Crowd

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Looking for the best travel tips? Travel + Leisure has teamed up with CNN to bring you 100 Ways to Travel Better, the definitive resource for top travel advice from experts—and you!

CNN iReporter AushT doesn’t recommend following crowds—unless it comes to dining. In this case, the more locals, the tastier the food. Especially when traveling solo, joining the hungry masses in a city’s restaurant district may be your best bet to an authentic meal.

“Upon arriving in Hong Kong…I wandered down to Jardine's Bazaar, where I spotted a restaurant overflowing with locals. I slipped into the line and soon found myself seated with a steaming bowl of shu mai noodles, the perfect start to my culinary adventures.”

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100 Ways to Travel Better: Packing Cubes

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Looking for the best travel tips around? Travel + Leisure has teamed up with CNN to bring you 100 Ways to Travel Better, the definitive resource for top travel advice from experts—and you!

This week’s tip comes from iReporter TravelMoreRd, who says packing cubes are the solution to all your suitcase woes:

“We use packing cubes to keep our luggage organized and save time packing (and repacking) during a trip. In addition, we can take out packing cubes, flip the tops over, and place them in a hotel drawer.”

Have travel tips? Submit your own iReport here, and be sure to follow the hashtag #travelbetter on Twitter.

Maria Pedone

 

Maria Pedone is a digital editorial intern at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter at @mariapedestrian.

 

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100 Ways to Travel Better: The Trick to a Smoother Flight

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Looking for the best travel tips around? Travel + Leisure has teamed up with CNN to bring you 100 Ways to Travel Better, the definitive resource for top travel advice from experts—and you!

This week, we’re highlighting advice from iReporter Hngry2Travel. While her enthusiastic photo proves she’s no novice to jet-setting, she does admit that flying is not her favorite mode of transportation. Her suggestion for making flights more bearable?

“Sit in the middle of the plane, where there tends to be less turbulence!”

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100 Ways to Travel Better: We Want YOU!

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Travel + Leisure is joining forces with CNN for 100 Ways to Travel Better, the definitive go-to resource for our best expert travel tips—and yours.
 
We want to know your tips and tricks for making the most of your trip—avoiding hidden fees, getting free upgrades, beating the crowds, and enjoying travel without all the stress.
 
You can share your tips from the road by going to CNN’s iReport page. There, we’re asking smart travelers to submit their best advice, along with a vacation photo.

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