Episode 30 – Travel & Adventure Show
Those interested in donating to 102 year-old skydiver Irene O’Shea’s charitable cause can do so at www.mndsa.org.au
The “Trip Sisters” will be doing a live broadcast from the Travel & Adventure Show at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont on Saturday, January 12 at 2pm CT on WLS-AM 890!
There will also be an MSC Cruise Giveaway at the Travel & Adventure Show – A cruise for 2 adults for the Caribbean Season 2019-2020 with MSC Cruises.
Attend Travel & Adventure Show Chicago / January 12 – 13, 2019 to enter for a chance to win!
Go to https://travelshows.com/shows/chicago/ for tickets and more information!
Colleen & Catie’s Picks for the Travel & Adventure Show
Favorite Travel Trend for 2019 – I love the underground dinner movement or eating with local families. Never done the underground but want to try it. Also, the chef dinners at pop up locations not known until the night before.
Accommodations for Travel & Adventure Show – Hyatt or Hilton at Rosemont
Favorite thing about Travel & Adventure Show – Camel Rides and the amazing deals you can get at the show. Plus the expert travel speakers with their great tips.
Favorite Destination Featured at Travel & Adventure Show – MSC Cruises and Hawaii
Favorite Travel Trend for 2019 – The “new wave” of cruises.
Accommodations for Travel & Adventure Show – Stay downtown Chicago and take the L to the show. L Stop is right nearby.
Favorite thing about Travel & Adventure Show – Camel rides my favorite! Also meeting other people who love to travel.
Favorite Destination Featured at Travel & Adventure Show – Arizona Office of Tourism
“What’s” with the “Trip Sisters”
What’s in Your Suitcase?
The J-Pillow Travel Pillow
Cost: $29.95 on www.jpillow.com
Created by a former flight attendant, this travel pillow offers a unique 3-way support system that helps travelers get the best rest possible. It’s made with super soft material for comfortable travel and it’s machine washable!
What’s on your phone?
Mobile Passport App – Free, Available on iOS/Android
The Mobile Passport Control (MPC) app helps U.S. citizens and Canadian visitors expedite entry by submitting passport and declaration information with your mobile device.
What’s the tip?
Small Ways to Boost Your Travel Wardrobe
Buy a Basic T-Shirt – One that fits well to your body can be worn tucked into a pencil skirt for a dressy or business-friendly look or with jeans for a casual day of sightseeing. For men, a tailored tee can even be worn under a blazer. Rollable and relatively wrinkle-free, the basic tee will extend your wardrobe by days.
Wear Reversible Clothes – Reversible clothes can add color to your travel wardrobe and give you plenty of options, all in one garment.
Neutrals Are Your Friends – When in doubt, pack a palette of neutrals: White, black, creams, and grays are generally good base colors for summer or winter vacation wardrobes.
Invest In Versatile Footwear – Pack ballet flats that are comfortable for walking around museums but also look elegant enough for a cocktail party. Pull-on riding boots can be worn with jeans or dresses and are a great option for airport security lines since they slip on and off. In general, high-quality shoes with solid soles are your best bets for traveling.
Bring Smart Accessories – Pack chunky, colorful necklaces that won’t tangle and bright, lightweight scarves to give your travel outfits a bit of pop without weighing down your carry-on.
Look For Garments That Perform Double Duty – For example, a wrap with 50 UPF sun protection and, for men, sun-blocking shirts. Convertible bags will also extend your wardrobe and lighten your carry-on load.