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Travel Outside the U.S.: At Your Destination


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In order to minimize problems while outside the U.S., consider the following subjects, each of which are covered in other sections of this article:


  • In addition to your own I.D., always carry something (such as a matchbook) with the name and address of your hotel. It is handy to show taxi drivers or people you ask for directions. It will also come in handy if you have an emergency.
  • If you need foreign currency, it is usually much cheaper to obtain it at an ATM than a foreign currency exchange.
  • A tip: Book a meal with local hosts in their own homes through a site such as offsite link or  offsite link

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