This is especially true if you’re traveling within the US. Now-a-days, most US airports have water filling stations after you get through security. Not only does it save money, but it helps the earth a little, too!
I always bring my handy dandy Brita water bottle with me around Europe, as well. You should definitely check if where you’re going has safe drinking water, but a many places throughout Europe do! If they don’t, your hotel or hostel’s lobby might have a big water cooler for you to fill your bottle at.
I’m continually shocked, and honestly amazed, at the amount of women that are just totally fine wearing heels out for a day of traveling. It can’t make their travels fun! To this I say get yourself some good shoes, I promise you won’t regret it.
For summer, I generally like to wear my Birkenstocks. They are a bit pricier (I spent about $140 on mine), but they are so worth it. I walk miles a day when traveling, and my feet barely ache at the end. Birkenstocks just have such great arch support!
For winter, I got myself a pair of Steve Madden leather booties. They were around $80, and I’ve had them for about two and a half years now with no complaints. Mine even have a tiny bit of a lifted heel, and I can still walk all day in them. They’re really high quality shoes that’ll last you a really long time!
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