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The Perfect Travel Pack - The Airport Repack Because of a Delayed Flight - What You Really Need

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We have a bag from our favorite European electronic story. We have bought a couple Sony Alphas here. #sony #saturn
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All our items are picked. First, we pack an extra jacket. Oslo is quite colder and having a second jacket may come in handy.
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Now, exercise gear. #vineyardvines #tommybahama
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Sauna gear. Some places in Europe let you go naked. We prefer a bathing suit. In Germany, they are forbidden in the saunas.
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Underwear. Sorry, Jockey. We are stocking up. https://www.tapinto.net/sections/travel/travel-gear/articles/tapintotravels-spotlight-is-going-to-be-brief-b
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Shirts. We got these at the Dillard’s Department Store in Niles, Ohio. That was a fun trip to promote the North Coast series.
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Now, our work for the plane. Hey, articles don’t write themselves. When they do, we are so screwed.
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Computers. Keep the close to check through security.
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Toiletries. Ready for inspection.
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We have a messenger bag from the conference. That is a nice to have, as an extra bag comes in handy, if the stay is longer.
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Back to work. Our new office in Schöfeld Berlin Airport is set. #WEAREINPUGLIA #coke #sony #ipad
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If you have traveled a lot, you have had a canceled flight.  Do you know how to do an airport in such cases?

Well, on a recent canceled flight on Norwegian Air from Berlin to New York, we had to do it.  Our experience is now your gain.

The slide show above shows you step by step, how it was accomplished.  Here we will explain it.

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For starters, think about your needs.  We have a connection that is not yet booked.  All we know is we are ending up in Oslo to receive our transfer then to New York.  There is also a Nor’easter causing havoc in New York.  There is a good chance that we will spending the night.  Here is some good advice to check out canceled flights.

So, here are the priorities:

  1. Medicines
  2. Change of clothes and weather appropriate clothes for the new setting
  3. Toiletries
  4. Electronics:  computer, cell, cameras, et.
  5. Work-out clothes
  6. Spa attire - It’s Europe and we may have time.  If don’t have a bathing suit, parts of Europe don’t care.  See our article here for one such experience.

Now, check out the slideshow above to see the action unfold.

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