How to Beat Jet Lag in 3 Easy Steps

3 Easy Tips from The Professor

How to Beat Jet LagWith quite a few trans-continental trips under his belt, The Traveling Professor has lots of experience in dealing with jet lag.  If not dealt with the right way, jet lag can really ruin a vacation overseas.  There are ways to get to Europe and get your body clock in sync so that you can enjoy the food, sites, and adventure of being overseas without suffering from jet lag.

Monday, April 15, 2019/Author: The Traveling Professor/Number of views (343)/Comments ()/ Article rating: 3.0
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How to Beat Jet Lag

Be Ready to Hit the Ground Running

How to Beat Jet LagFlying overseas today can be a brutal experience.  Packed planes, small seats, uncomfortable seats, noisy flyers, time changes, chaos at the airport, etc.  Add to it that most flights from North American to Europe are overnight flights just adds to the stress.  I've taken hundreds of trips overseas in the last few years.  On my small group tours to Europe, thousands of my travel clients have flown overseas.  Get my best tips for beating jet lag on your next tour to Europe.

Friday, March 31, 2017/Author: The Traveling Professor/Number of views (581)/Comments ()/ Article rating: 5.0
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How To Avoid Jet Lag

jet lag traveling professorUnless traveling business/first class to Europe, it is nearly impossible to sleep in those cramped coach seats when doing an international flight to Europe.  On our small group tours to Paris, Italy, and Spain the majority of my travelers like to arrive a day early in order to be well rested for our tour.   But still, jet-lag can be a factor.   Take a look at the  blog post to see The Traveling Professor's tips on how to beat jet lag on your next tour to Spain, Italy, or Paris.
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«May 2019»

Discovering Southern Italy's Jewish Heritage

Italy's Jewish HeritageOur dear friends, Tess and Elena have been running wonderful tours to Southern Italy for some time now.  Their company is called The Heart of Southern Italy.  Like us, they love to show small groups the real Italy, especially in Puglia, one of the most beautiful places all in Italy.  Puglia is the home of the best food in Italy and wonderful scenery.  It is far away from the throbbing crowds of Rome, Florence, and Venice.  Now they have introduced a tour The Traveling Professor highly recommends, Discovering Southern Italy's Jewish Heritage.  Read all about it in their guest blog post.

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How We Pack for a 3 Week Tour to Europe

eBagsLinda and I will be departing on a 21-day small group tours to Paris, Normandy Invasion Beaches, Edinburgh and the Scottish Highlands.  Everything, as usual, goes in our carry-on.  We will take one suitcase each and a small backpack.  We will take into consideration the weather, the terrain we will be walking on, the sites to be visited.  21 days is actually a short trip for us, we have gone on trips as long as 44 days with just a carry on.  Look at the blog post to see how we pack and what we pack.

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3 Almost Off the Radar Places to Visit in Paris

3 Almost off the Radar Places in ParisEveryone knows the Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Orsay, Rodin and the Arc de Triomphe.  They are some of the most popular places to visit while on a tour to Paris. However, Paris has many more attractive options to visit. In this blog post The Traveling Professor lists 3 of his "almost off the radar" places to visit on your next trip to Paris.

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