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PatrickDan   , 22

from Charlotte


What to Pack before leaving home

We are going to discuss about the necessary things that a traveller need to bring with himself. These are the necessary things that can be useful while travelling.

Photocopy of your passport that is kept in a secure place to make a replacement passport if yours gets stolen

Passport holder that can hold your most important documents under your clothing (whether around the waist or around the neck).

Swiss Army knife with a corkscrew, a can opener, and a sharp knife

Backpack for day trips

Credit cards with the assigned pin number so you can withdraw money easily from the ATM's. Bring your ATM card too-- they usually work. Visa and MasterCard are the most accepted credit cards in France. 

Phone card that calls internationally back to the US. ATT has a good one.

Train passes-- they can be much  cheaper if you  buy them before you leave in a pass, such as 3 days of travel for a set price.

Any medicines that you may need. Medicine in France is much different, and seeing a doctor overseas can be difficult.

First aid kit, complete with adhesives, Neosporin, anti-diarrhea medicine, Tums, aspirin, etc.

Please visit this website for more information related the passports etc,