ABOUT DANIEL

Welcome to LuggageGuru!
My name is Daniel and I am a full-time world traveler and constantly on the move.

My goal with luggageguru.com is to provide helpful information about travel related products and accessories and also useful travel tips to make your vacation or trip more enjoyable!
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Food is an integral part of travel no matter where in the world you wander and Los Angeles is no exception. In fact, this city is considered one of the top destinations for food-lovers in the USA.

So, if you're headed to LA, skip the franchised fast-food joints and try something different. The culinary offerings up for grabs here will astound you.

Here are some of the best restaurants in Los Angeles where you can try them out. [Read More...

A Traveler's Guide to the Best Restaurants in Los Angeles

by Daniel | Last Updated September 4th, 2019

The Best Travel Laptops for Every Adventure

by Daniel | Last Updated August 30th, 2019

Technology has made it easier to work, well anywhere really. Laptops are becoming lighter with better battery life, making it easier to travel with your laptops than ever before. Keep reading to learn about the five best travel laptops, and what you should look for when shopping for a laptop to travel with.  [Read More...}

Exploring Rome: The Perfect Rome Itinerary

by Daniel | Last Updated August 30th, 2019

The past and the present mirror each other in interesting ways. Roman builders and engineers crafted many improvements to roadways throughout Europe. Making a visit to the capital of the Empire was all the rage circa 50 BCE.

These days, traveling to Rome benefits from some advancements over the cart and sandal journey of the past. A proper Rome itinerary requires a lot of walking still, so plan some insoles and be thankful you have the option.

The biggest sites pack in as many people as were alive in their heyday. Over 7 million visitors to the Colosseum per year. It's a must-see and an excellent starting point. [Read More...]

Road Trippin' 101: The Best Road Trips in the US

by Daniel | Last Updated August 25th, 2019

About 22 percent of all American vacations is via road trip. 

That's because there's nothing quite like a true road trip. Exploring the country by car gives you an intimate experience and a connection to people and places you just don't get from flying. There's always a small town or a roadside stop that's not in travel books, that often can make the best memories.

 

But, America is made of 164,000 miles of freeways, so it's no surprise if choosing the "perfect" route doesn't come easily. 

That's why I've compiled this list, to give you options that you won't be disappointed with. Here's my list of some of the best road trips that the United States has to offer. [Read More...]

The Best Cafes New York City Has to Offer

by Daniel | Last Updated August 14th, 2019

The French philosopher Simone de Beauvoir once remarked of New York, "there is something in the air that makes sleep useless." The "city that never sleeps" is always on the move!

That could be why the smell of coffee beans is never too far from a New Yorker's nose. In fact, New Yorkers drink up to seven times more coffee than everyone else. They're serious about coffee in these parts!

Sure, you can get your take out Starbucks coffee pretty much anywhere in the Big Apple. However, if you want to sit around for a while and enjoy a bite to eat, New York City has a lot to offer travelers. [Read More...]

The Most Beautiful Wineries In Napa Valley

by Daniel | Last Updated August 9th, 2019

There is one destination in the United States that surpasses all others when it comes to domestic wine tasting holidays. Napa Valley is home to some of the best wineries in the country and draws in oenophiles from far and wide. The only problem is that there is too much choice when choosing a specific winery to visit. There are award-winning producers scattered right across the valley, all with their own unique selling points and quirks. So, how do you choose? [Read More...]

 

Passports 101 - What to Do if It Gets Lost, and How to Replace It

by Daniel | Last Updated July 28th, 2019

Imagine: you're touring a new country, the south of France, feeling the sun on your back, having the time of your life. Suddenly, you feel around in your backpack and a prickly sense of dread and panic trickles down the back of your neck: the pocket that once held your passport is now... empty.

 

The last thing that comes to your mind when traveling is the potential of losing your passport-- that's just something that doesn't happen, right? Unfortunately, it's quite possible to drop or lose your passport, or even worse: have your passport stolen. However, it doesn't mean your whole vacation is ruined, or that you're stuck in the country forever! It just takes a bit of planning and doing things differently for next time. Here is a guide on what to do if you lose your passport while you're traveling abroad. [Read More...]

7 Amazing European Cities

That Should Be on Your

Travel Bucket List

by Daniel | Last Updated July 21st, 2019

Europe is full of unique and awe-inspiring destinations that can fulfill your wildest travel fantasies.

In Europe, you’ll find beautiful architecture, museums, nightlife, and more. But, it can be challenging to decide on what country and what city to visit when there are so many great options to consider.
What a great predicament to have!

Luckily travel in Europe is easy, affordable, and accessible.
Whether you’re looking for a place where you can relax and unwind or you’re looking for a spot where you can explore every facet, there’s something in Europe for you. [
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