What To Pack For A Short Bed And Breakfast Stay

When packing for a short break, many people make the mistake of packing for every eventuality, which leads to an excess of luggage that could cost you a large amount of money to check in at the airport. If you are going to stay in a Bed and Breakfast in Prague , or are looking at apartments for a short trip to Barcelona , it is well worth contacting your host and finding out what amenities they will supply for you; if they provide towels, then you can leave yours at home.

 

On a short break, you should aim to see and do as much as you can handle in the time you have available. Take clothes and footwear that you will be comfort walking in for long periods of time instead of the gorgeous but impractical stilettos you bought in the sales. If you are planning on eating at upmarket restaurants while you are away, by all means bring some smart clothes, but make comfort your priority, as you will be spending most of your time in doing tourist activities. Above all, sensibly consider what you need; you will not need a different pair of pajamas for each night of your stay, for example.

 

Keep toiletries to a minimum. Just take essential items like toothpaste, toothbrush and deodorant as shampoo and shower gel are often provided for you. If you must bring your own, resist bringing a new, full bottle as you want to keep your bag as light as possible, to avoid paying extra at check-in. Decant enough for your time away into a small bottle that will be easy to store.

 

Line up everything you want to take, then pack it away. What you cannot fit in your bag, you should not take. Try to get everything you need into a single bag.

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