Holiday Travel Gifts

Picks from The Professor

Author: The Traveling Professor/Saturday, November 29, 2014/Categories: General Travel

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Here are my picks for travel gifts.

Gift Idea #1:  Keep Your Phone Recharged:
I am constantly losing power on my cell phone battery.  This small and compact charger will give it a full recharge immediately:  

Click:  Duracell Instant USB Charger/Includes Universal Cable with USB & mini USB, 1 Count

Gift Idea #2:  Carry on Luggage Suitcase

I bought this carry-on luggage suitcase earlier this year.  It was one of the best travel purchases I have made

Click:  http://www.rei.com/product/846052/rei-wheely-beast-wheeled-duffel-21

Gift Idea #3:  Travel Scrabble

Makes those plane/canoe/train rides go a lot faster:

Click:  Scrabble Folio Edition

Gift Idea #4:  Books

The Traveling Professor's Guide to Paris:  The Traveling Professor's Guide to Paris: Second Edition (Traveling Professor's Guides)

Paris Maps:  Streetwise Paris Map - Laminated City Center Street Map of Paris, France

Peru Guide Book:  Fodor's Peru: with Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail (Full-color Travel Guide)

Italy Guide Book:  Rick Steves Italy 2015

For more information on The Traveling Professor small group tours to Paris, Italy, Peru, Norway, Iceland, Chile and Argentina, see www.travelingprofessor.com

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