Manchester, New Hampshire (PRWEB) April 21, 2014
Vacation planning is no simple matter. The Club Resort Intervals complaints list chronicles some of the most common travel incidents that people may encounter, and provides avoidance tips to ensure a smooth and effortless travel experience. Each year, millions of families and couples set off across the world to go on vacation. Many of these travelers will encounter problems that could have easily been prevented, had they done a better job planning things out.
One of the top incidents to be detailed in the Club Resort Intervals complaints list is overspending on on-the-road meals. Airports, gas stations, and tourist attractions are notorious for increasing the price of food and drinks for travelers eager for a snack break while traveling and sight-seeing. One simple solution is to stock up on snacks before heading out. Usually, snack-packs can be purchased at grocery stores that feature a handful of pre-packaged snacks for a reasonable price. Also, to cut down costs while visiting amusement parks, it is advisable to reuse water bottles. Instead of just discarding an empty water (or soda) bottle, hold onto it, and refill it at a water fountain.
Another top travel complaint seen in the Club Resort Intervals complaints list is flight delays and long lines. Dealing with airlines and airports is already stress-inducing enough, even without the inconveniences of a delayed flight. To make things easier for travelers, both in the case of a delay and during security checkpoints, it is advised to keep laptops and electronic equipment at the top of the items in a suitcase or carry-on bag. This allows the traveler and security inspector to easily remove the laptop or tablet for use or inspection, as needed.
A fear that many individuals travel with is that somewhere along their vacation, an item of theirs will be stolen or break during airline handling. Club Resort Intervals suggests that travelers simply leave any valuable items at home, as they are likely nonessential to the overall enjoyment of the vacation. Take an older laptop on the road, or an older camera, so if the item becomes lost or is stolen, the loss will not be as severe. Also, double check with airlines on their insurance policies regarding specific valuables. For example, just because one airline will cover thousands of dollars’ worth of camera equipment does not mean that they all do.
Club Resort Intervals hopes that the information presented is beneficial to vacation planners, ensuring that travelers have a problem-free 2014 vacation experience.