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Daphne
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12 Sep 2016, 12:13  

I was having a good nosey around this website and I saw this article - I think it sums up how to deal with the airports just nicely. I agree with everything, except the bit about not worrying about shopping! Old habits die hard I'm afraid.

hope this link works... if not go to the main website and click on BLOG and then scroll down to find the SOLO GUIDE TO AIRPORTS

http://blog.rivieratravel.co.uk/2016/07 ... -airports/

MikeMike
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12 Sep 2016, 16:06  

great article article Daphne, well done, that will be useful next time I head on holiday! keep it up!

Daphne
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12 Sep 2016, 16:10  

thanks Mike (mike!), it wasn't actually me who wrote it though, I think it was written by Riviera. Glad you found it useful anyway

MikeMike
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12 Sep 2016, 16:20  

HAHA, woops! oh well, thank you for posting it at least Daphne!

CazS
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12 Sep 2016, 16:30  

an interesting read, thanks for posting Daphne, I will bear that in mind before my flight to Rome in May!

CatLady
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12 Sep 2016, 20:35  

That was an interesting read. I quite like Exeter airport because it is tiny, but also its not so interesting. I flew from Heathrow once and there was lots of exciting things including a 7ft harrods teddy bear!!!!

I like this guide though, I think it has some useful tips

ab-fab
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13 Sep 2016, 13:00  

I totally agree about keeping your hand luggage light - I've seen so many people struggling to carry their cabin cases and I just wonder what on earth they put in there that they couldn't put in their main case! All I need is a good book, my passport and a cardy in my hand luggage!

Riviera Travel
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20 Sep 2016, 13:39  

Glad you enjoyed the article, everything on the blog is written by us here in Burton On Trent, so you know you are getting real opinions from people who have been there and done it!

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