Monday, April 18, 2011

Planes, Trains & Automobiles

Trip Planning (Transportation)


I've been so busy planning for my trip, there is so much work involved to make sure everything is lined up, bills paid in advance, etc. I literally will be traveling via planes, trains, automobiles, with some boat and bike excursions throw in. But I woke up in a panic on Saturday around 3:00a.m. I had forgotten all about applying for the International Driving Permit. Fortunately, it was very easy with AAA, you just have to fill out the one page application, supply two passport style photos and pay $15. Not too bad for the priviledge to drive a cute itty bitty European car, which I plan on doing in the French country for about two weeks.



Photos taken in Tirano, Italy on the Italian-Swiss border.

We won't even mention that my accomadations are only a 1/3 booked, that my computer may be is on the fritz, and I need to back up everything before in case. But I have some fantastic guest bloggers sporadically scheduled for you the next couple of weeks. I'm very excited about this because they not only help lighten my load a bit, but I get to introduce you to some great new girls, some of my favorites in fact, and this is my first time hosting guest bloggers!


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8 comments:

  1. Yayayayayaaa!!!!

    Can't wait for the guest posts!! Can you get a new laptop before you leave? Or an ipad???

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  2. I can't wait to guest post...thanks for asking. So excited for your trip honey! Kori xoxo

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  3. How exciting! I'd die to go on a trip like that :)

    Cute blog, found you via BLonde Episodes!

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  4. Don't worry everything will fall into place. I'm really excited for you and it will be so much fun! I'm going back to Europe this fall/winter or both...we can't decide yet. If you aren't dead set on places to stay check out roomorama.com for apartment rentals (great pricing and some really neat places to stay) and let them know I sent you.

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  5. are those cute swiss trains?? :)

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  6. I'm so excited to read the post!!!

    Can't wait!!

    Once again, thank you!!!

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  7. I remember way back when I was living stateside, and had to get an international drivers license, AAA does make it so easy, now I'm only a Japanese driver, so when I go abroad I have to apply for an international one as well.. isn't that funny?

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  8. Hope you have an awesome trip. Have a blast and be safe!

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