Lin, that's a good question though at first I thought "why would anyone be interested in my daily schedule?" I'll spare you my ongoing daily observations because most of them, or so I'm told, are sardonic, sarcastic, and rude. The rest are probably pornographic. LOL. The second half of your question, I'll answer.
I never really thought about how I manage my regular meditations whilst traveling--I've just always made it work. It does take some doing sometimes, but one thing that I have in my favor is that even though the foundation for my training was largely ceremonial, I had teachers who were huge proponents of "if you can't do it at three am naked in an empty room, you can't do it" theory. So what that means is that I don't have to carry much "stuff" with me when i travel.
I do tend to keep a journal on me. It comes in use, and I usually carry one. As far as my religious life goes, I keep a few of my devotions and prayers written in that journal too for when I feel the need for something set. Otherwise I just improvise. In terms of "tools" usually I just tuck a small candle with me wherever I'm going, an altoid tin of things I use to ward and seal a hotel room, and some means of energetic cleansing (though in a pinch, I'll take a beer bath. There's always beer in a hotel mini-bar). I'll also have a travel divination kit and a few diabetic lancets just in case I need a few drops of my blood. it's all small enough to fit in my purse. If i need to make offerings to the various Powers, hotel mini-bars have lovely little bottles of alcohol and if they don't, I am almost always in a major city so something useful is easy enough to acquire, even in an unfamiliar foreign city. I work with what I have accessible in any given place. That may actually be the key for me when I travel actually: I work with whatever is available and adapt accordingly.
Over and above that, I'm a fairly early riser by habit (definitely not nature) so wherever I am, I'm usually up by 5:30 or 6am. I spend fifteen minutes or so in prayer and then do a few magical exercises (grounding, centering, checking shields, checking to see if anything needs cleansing or repair, LPB, etc.). Then I either go to the hotel gym and work out or run tai chi forms or other kata--again, depending on my mood and what i feel my body needs for the day. Sometimes I do both. If the hotel I'm staying at has a pool, I'm in heaven and I'll go for a morning swim.
I pause quarterly throughout my day to pray but that's a silent, unobtrusive thing that takes no special circumstances. In the evenings, I usually take a hot bath anyway to de-stress and it's easy enough when traveling to turn that into a cleansing bath; then it's an hour--hour and a half or so of meditation, magical work, and/or prayer and that's it for the night. I don't usually do major workings whilst traveling so this usually suffices. Sometimes I don't do a full hour. It depends on what i need to accomplish, how stressed or tired I'm feeling, and what my work commitments are for the following day. It also depends on whether I'm traveling with my husband or without--he's my main working partner and together we tend to get more work done as a general rule. Often instead of evening work, we'll meet with occult colleagues wherever we're traveling. That's one of the best parts about traveling all over the place. I do try to catch up on my reading (occult and spiritual), because I'm always inevitably behind, when I travel. There's so much good practical and theoretical work being done now on both fronts.
I was taught by someone who works quite a bit with the genii loci --spirits of the land and various places--so when I travel I do try to be respectful, acknowledge the local spirits, and make initial offerings stating my good intent. So far, i've not had any problems.
That's about it. I had to sit and think about this question…i've never codified it before. If I have to adjust part of my schedule because of the demands of travel, I don't worry about it. The schedule serves me; I"m not a slave to its regimentation after all. It's only as regimented as it is because I have found that I work best with such structure.