Ask a Flight Attendant: What are the most comfortable travel shoes?
UNCOMFORTABLE travel shoes can not only ruin your feet, they can ruin your vacation. Bobby Laurie, a Los Angeles-based flight attendant for almost seven years, gives great advice in picking comfortable and fashionable shoes you can travel with. He recommends sturdy shoes that to not include any metal (in case you are enrolled in the T.S.A. PreCheck program, which can enable frequent travelers who have been prescreened to pass through security without removing their shoes.
He shares a tip in case you find yourself with a sore blister at 36,000 feet. You can read about it over at New York Times online at http://ow.ly/dBgq3.
If you find yourself with walking around Istanbul’s beautiful but slippery marble floors and twist your ankle or slip and fall, then rest assured your travel medical insurance covers doctor office visits, x-rays and a cast. Head over and read Bobby Laurie’s blog at Savvy Stews for more travel tips and contact Insurance Services of America for a travel medical insurance quote before your next trip.