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LA Travel Guide
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Los Angeles Travel Tips
To avoid jet lag. Eat healthy leading up to your flight. Lots of fruits, vegetables and starches are normally very good. Stay away from alcohol and caffeine the day of your flight. Try and set your clocks to the destination time a few days ahead of your trip so you become more familiar with the time change. Eat your meals according to these times as well to assist your body in making the change. Wear comfortable clothes during your flight, and chew gum or try yawning to keep your ears from popping during take off and landing. You also might try a lot of stretching to keep your body relaxed and comfortable. A bad case of jet lag will easily cut a day or two off of your vacation or business trip as your body adjusts.

As you might imagine, nowadays traveling often leads to a host of challenges. Luggage can get banged up and smashed around. Rental cars may be beat up as well, and pets may end up confused.

Recently, there has also been the effects of increased security. The people who travel have been scanned, searched, patted down, and scoured more than they'd like to admit. But there are some tips that help the security process along without compromising safety. Here are some ideas to assist an honest citizen through the new and improved airport security.

Courtesy pays. We're supposed to be polite and let's keep it that way. Besides, security guards hate nasty people.

Check everything but your purse or briefcase. Some airlines are creating special screening lines for those without multiple carry-ons.

Keep your hands to yourself. Walk through the scanning machine without brushing against the sides. Physically touching the machines usually sets them off.

Now that metal detectors are set to their most sensitive levels, there is potential for undeveloped snapshots to be affected. To keep vacation pictures safe, put film in a clear bag, and ask for a hand check. Or this may be the perfect time to spring for a digital camera.

Have your laptop computers, cell phones, Palm Handhelds, and other electronic items turned on well before you get to the security checkpoint.

Put your keys, wallet, pens, coins, and other pocket material into your purse or briefcase. Hair clips also seem prone to setting off the machines. To avoid having your belt buckle set off the metal detector, turn the bottom of the metal clasp upward until the entire buckle is parallel with the floor. Unless you're from Texas (and have a hubcap of a clasp on your britches), this move should keep you beep free.

Don't try to get through security checkpoints with things such as corkscrews and pocketknives. Make life easier on you and security personnel by putting metal items such as nail files and clippers in your checked baggage.

Some people find it easier to travel with a passport for identification. If you keep it in an accessible pocket, this can eliminate having to fish for a driver's license in the depths of a purse or wallet at every checkpoint.

If at all possible, wait to buy lunch after you pass through security. This makes for fewer items to juggle. If you simply must purchase food before going through, don't buy a soda. Wait for a complimentary in-flight beverage instead.
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