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How Flight Attendants Can Beat Jetlag | WOC

Exhaustion, delirium and insomnia – we’ve all struggled with jet-lag after enduring a long-haul flight.For flight attendants, this is  a regular occurrence. It is not easy for us to get into a routine when traveling and when your career requires more time in transit than anything else, it’s even more challenging.

But not impossible! Here are my top tips as to how flight attendants should maintain sleep cycle and beat jetlag.

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Bologna Layover Tips For Flight Attendants | WOC

Fusing haughty elegance with down-to-earth grit and one beautifully colonnaded medieval grid, Bologna is a city of two intriguing halves. One side is a hard-working, hi-tech city located in the super-rich Po valley where suave opera-goers waltz out of regal theatres and into some of the nation’s finest restaurants. The other is a Bolshie, politically edgy city that hosts the world’s oldest university and is famous for its graffiti-embellished piazzas filled with mildly inebriated students swapping Gothic fashion tips.

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Lyon Layover Tips For Flight Attendants | WOC

France is a master of culinary arts and Lyon is the gastronomy capital of France. France’s most celebrated chef, Paul Bocuse, hails from Lyon, and the city’s bouchons — homey restaurants serving rustic, traditional cuisine — are famous countrywide. During your layover, explore the delightful culinary experience that Lyon has to offer.

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Buenos Aires Layover Tips For Flight Attendants | WOC

Buenos Aires combines faded European grandeur with Latin passion. Sexy and alive, this beautiful city gets under your skin. It is known as the “Paris of South America” and lives up to its nickname with an overwhelming café culture to rival its European counterpart. The city is the second largest in South America (after Rio de Janeiro) and is a hot spot for those who love music, food, dancing, and just all-around beautiful people. The nightlife is fantastic, particularly if you like clubs that open at 2am. Buenos Aires has a very distinct European feel to it and a growing international expat community in the Palermo district. The quality of life is very high here and explore the markets, the many bookshops and cafes, and just relax!

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