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Anne Nugent Guignon, RDH, MPH, is a senior consulting editor with RDH magazine. She is an international speaker who has published numerous articles and authored several textbook chapters. Her popular programs include ergonomics, patient comfort, burnout, and advanced diagnostics and therapeutics. Recipient of the 2004 Mentor of the Year Award, Anne is an ADHA member and has practiced clinical dental hygiene in Houston, Texas, since 1971. You can reach her at [email protected] or (713) 974-4540, and her Web site is

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Traveling has its own unique set of challenges, but there are a lot of ways to make your trip to Washington, D.C., easier and more fun.

If you are planning to fly, consider the choice of airports before you book your flight. Regan National is by far the closest airport to the Omni Shoreham hotel (seven miles away, compared to the 27 miles from Dulles). While you might be tempted to save a few bucks and take a red-eye flight, is it really worth it if you arrive or leave dead tired?

Also, be flexible about traveling. Nothing is worse than booking a flight with the expectation that you will arrive exactly as planned. Mother Nature can foul up your best plans in no time. Major weather disturbances can shut down an airport for hours on end.

For example, thunderstorms in Chicago or Houston, fog in San Francisco, or wind in Newark can not only stop air travel in and out of those locations, but travelers all over the nation can be affected by these unpredictable events. There is a ripple effect causing folks to miss connections or arrive hours later than they expected.

Folks who travel a lot learn avoid the last flight in or out of town. Also give yourself extra travel time so you can be flexible and just go with the flow!

posted by Anne Nugent Guignon, RDH, MPH @ 5/07/2007 02:36:00 PM

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