Kathie Lee & Hoda: Travel Etiquette Tips
Whether it is a family with screaming kids, someone eating a smelly sandwich or that person that sits next to you and takes off their shoes, there are a lot of things that get on our nerves when we travel. Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb are joined by Lisa Gache, founder and CEO of Beverly Hills Manners, who discussed some people’s pet peeves when traveling, including loud cell phone talkers, stinky food on planes and hogging the arm rest. Do you know your Travel Etiquette?
Travel Etiquette Tips: Too Much Jewelry At Security
Women that wear heels and tons of jewelry and take forever to get through security because of it!
Lisa said people need to understand they need to wear easy to remove clothes so they don’t hold up the security line because that is where the aggregation begins.
Travel Etiquette Tips: Hogging The Armrests
People that hog the armrest and pretend no one is next to them.
Lisa said if you are on the aisle, you have the aisle and that is your arm rest. If you have the window, then the window side is your arm rest. The poor person in the middle…people don’t know what to do. You need to pay deference to the person in the middle and allow them both arm rests.
Travel Etiquette Tips: Cell Phones
Loud cell phone talkers!
Lisa said no one likes loud cell phone talkers. We don’t need to hear everyone’s conversations and that really upsets people.
Travel Etiquette Tips: Smelly Food On Planes
I really hate when people bring strong smelling meals aboard a short, crowded flight.
Lisa said even if you are yearning for that pastrami sandwich on your way home from New York, unless you are prepared to bring something for everyone on that plane she really thinks you should keep that smelly food off the plane. Maybe bring on a turkey sandwich or peanuts.