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Ms. Biz Top Ten Travel Tips
making life easier for the female exec...


1Signed on to yet?
This is Journeywoman�s baby sister site -- a brand new concept that makes a lot of sense! is a directory listing travelling women around the world. Going to be in Singapore and not sure about appropriate clothing to wear to that meeting? Search the data base for a woman who lives there. Introduce yourself, ask your questions -- relays your e-mail message and help is on the way. For further info about this great little service, click here.


2She does business in Chicago...
Sharon Wingler writes from the windy city: Impress your clients. For a delicious, upscale seafood meal with a great city view, take them to Riva on Chicago's Navy Pier, 700 E. Grand Avenue, right on Lake Michigan. Their portobello mushroom appetizer comes highly recommended. For reservations call: 312.644-RIVA


3No signs on hotel room doors, please...
Consider this scenario. You�re travelling on business and you�ve got your laptop computer with you. You leave for breakfast and automatically post the �Maid, Please Clean This Room� sign on your hotel room door. You return and your laptop�s gone. Oh-oh. Not only did you signal the maid; you also put out a welcome sign for thieves. Don�t do it!


4Mixing pleasure with business travel...
Jennifer C. of Chicago writes: During a recent business trip to London, I wanted to get the most out of the wonderful art museums the city has to offer�but didn't have the luxury of wandering through them for days. A friend recommended Harrington & Healing�Art Historians. They coordinated a personalized tour for me and my client. Our tour on �Women & Power� took us through the 15th-19th centuries at the National Gallery. I found the tour most informative and recommend them for corporate entertaining. They have themed tours to choose from and will also personalize your group or private tours. You can contact Harrington & Healing via email at: or by phone at: 44-171-978-4593.


5Ms. Biz queen for a day...
Leslie Ehm our U.K. specialist writes: Doing business in London? Make a little time for just you and give yourself a royal shopping treat.Want to know where the Queen buys her bras in London? I didn't see her there myself but the word a shop called Rigby and Peller at 2 Hans Road close to Harrod's. You're sure to find your fit here. Sizing goes from 32AA to 46FF. Talk about posh prices for underwear...WOW!







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