Each Tuesday the twitter verse comes together to talk travel – with topics ranging from the important and useful, all the way to the downright ghastly. This week's topic definitely leans toward the useful side of things, as it dealt with all things business travel. If you've ever had to head away on a work trip, you probably know the mixed feelings this can cause. Yay! Time spent out of the office. But... it's not really travel of your CHOICE. Discussing five different questions around business travel, the Travel Talk on Twitter (#TTOT) community had some especially great answers for question three:"How do you best combine a business trip with leisure?"Here are five of our favourite answers:A3. When allowed I usually time some additional leave to ensure I get to explore the countries/cities. Even a weekend helps #ttot— Matt Jones (@mattjones7) July 1, 2014A3. Add a day to either side of the trip if your company will let you and venture outside the hotel/conference center for meals. #ttot— Heather (@FerretingTheFun) July 1, 2014A3: Plan all the meetings in the morning - enjoy the rest of the day! #ttot— HIP Hotels (@HIP_Hotels) July 1, 2014A3. Take advantage of any free time you get and chill out by the pool #ttot— Adele (@adeleg124) July 1, 2014A3 - do your research, find out what free time you have & make fun plans! #ttot— Ladies what...travel (@LadiesWhat) July 1, 2014Here are the rest of the questions and our top answers for each:Q1. What is the biggest perk of business travel? A1 Every day is different, meeting lots of new people, extra legroom! @traveldudes @123_ALLONS_Y #TTOT— Char, Carolina, Jess (@UKGlamLifestyle) July 1, 2014A1 - Business class flights has to be the biggest perk, no? ;) #ttot— Ladies what...travel (@LadiesWhat) July 1, 2014A1: Traveling to incredible destinations on companies expense. Food & Drinks are also included. #ttot— Shanti Travel (@Shantitravel) July 1, 2014Q2. Which online platform offers the best (business) travel info?@traveldudes A2: TripIt lets me know when my friends and I are traveling on business to the same place at the same time. #ttot— A Lady in London (@aladyinlondon) July 1, 2014A2: @SeatGuru in this case! #ttot @leenos_pt @News24Travel— Shanti Travel (@Shantitravel) July 1, 2014A2 #ttot Skyscanner— Dorothée Lefering (@DoroLef) July 1, 2014Q4. What is your best business packing tip? A4. Check whether your hotel has an iron, no one likes a creased shirt - if not, pack carefully! #ttot— Door2Tour (@Door2Tour) July 1, 2014RT @roniweiss: A4. Don't forget a bathing suit. At some point, it'll be nice to relax in the hot tub. #ttot— qualityhunters (@qualityhunters) July 1, 2014A4 Roll all your clothes! @traveldudes @WorldWideVeggie #TTOT— Char, Carolina, Jess (@UKGlamLifestyle) July 1, 2014A4: Cut down paperwork. Go digital. Saves so much room packing. #ttot— Em (@innocentnomad) July 1, 2014Q5. When the company pays how does your business travel differ from personal travels? A5. Best way would be to use your personal funds for your personal travel. Will save you from doing extra paper work once you get back #TTOT— Prateek Yadav (@_prateekyadav) July 1, 2014A5: You're more or less stuck to their schedule instead of just your own #ttot— Girl Wander ? (@123_ALLONS_Y) July 1, 2014A5: I get to do way more cool stuff and stay in swankier places. #ttot— Em (@innocentnomad) July 1, 2014A5. When the company pays, I won't hesitate to take an expensive taxi to/from the airport! #ttot— Heather (@FerretingTheFun) July 1, 2014Be sure to join the next #TTOT - Here's how it works:Every Tuesday at 11:30 (SA time), the chat is run by a few of the world's top travel bloggers, such as Travel Dudes, Roni Weiss and Runaway Juno, and aimed at getting travellers from all over the world to share their experiences.Next topic "Business travel" via @roniweiss. Please add your questions on the TTOT Facebook Page. You'd be better off joining the chat via tweetdeck or hootsuite so you can following the discussion better.It takes the form of five different questions related to the topic and will be numbered Q1 - Q5, with a couple of minutes for responses to each. In order to respond to a specific question you will start your answer with A1, 2, 3, 4 or 5, of course including #TTOT so you're included in the stream. Come join our travel community! Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, hang out with us on Google+, snap away on Instagram and share your inspiration on Pinterest.Or subscribe to our newsletter for weekly updates on the latest NB travel news.