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  • Florida Tourist Industry
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    Floridians was found in the Gallup polls of the time to be one of the most interventionist of states. During the preceding years there had been a tremendous expansion of Florida's military facilities. Before the war was over Florida would host more than forty important military installations. During World War II, the Florida tourist industry demonstrated its adaptability. Dec. 7, 1941 found the Florida tourist industry preparing for its biggest year. But with the war came cancellations to resort...
  • Blue Hotel By Stephen Crane
    714 words
    By: user GOD "The Blue Hotel" The Story "The Blue Hotel" by Stephen Crane was one that inspires a lot of thought. This thought is about settings, characters, and ideas. The characters he creates are very different from each other, as shown in comparisons to each other. The use of symbolism in the story lets us imagine why the hotel is painted blue and we can wonder about the character of the Swede for long periods of time. These elements combined have made this story very good. The settings in t...
  • Blue Hotel Steven Crane
    700 words
    The Blue Hotel Steven Crane is not one of the most liked authors in the world. He tends to become to engulfed in the scenery around the action that is taking place rather than the action itself. When watching the movie, cannot experience this description since it is given to them. Details are very important for the readers because if the reader cannot see the same thing that the writer sees then the reader might lose interest in the story. In the story "The Blue Hotel", Crane uses his excellent ...
  • Blue Hotel
    832 words
    It is not surprising for an authors background and surroundings to profoundly affect his writing. Having come from a Methodist lineage and living at a time when the church was still an influential facet in peoples daily lives, Stephen Crane was deeply instilled with religious dogmas. However, fear of retribution soon turned to cynicism and criticism of his idealistic parents God, "the wrathful Jehovah of the Old Testament" (Stallman 16), as he was confronted with the harsh realities of war as a ...
  • Far As The Cruise And Resort Industry
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    Going on this fourteen day Caribbean Cruise was the best time of my life! It was so much fun socially and it was extremely educational. This trip gave me the opportunity to experience things I never would have imagined. Touring the hotels and resorts made me want to pursue this major even more than I previously had. Now that I have had the behind-the-scenes and up close look at the career I am positive I made the right career decision. Whether it be swimming with Sting Rays, snorkeling with exot...
  • Hotel Rooms
    238 words
    This paper will discuss the pros and cons of Web access to databases in tourism e commerce. As one of the fastest growing companies in the world, travel and tourism corporations are relying in the e commerce for their businesses providing customers immediate access in some cases to real time databases in order to book their flights, hotel rooms, car rentals. Some of the "Pros" within the travel and tourism industry is having instant database access to look for good deals when vacationing. In mos...
  • Blue Hotel By Stephen Crane
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    One of Stephen Crane's greatest short fiction stories is The Open Boat by Stephen Crane views fate like it is inevitable, and sure it is. Who can get away from their destiny, their fate No one can get away from it. This statement is true about the sailors in the boat also. First, their fate starts when their boat capsizes and they have to rescue themselves in to one dinghy, all these men and an injured captain in one small boat. The weather is really bad; there are some big waves on the ocean th...
  • Jack And Wendy
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    The Shining The story take place in Colorado and begins with Jack Torrence, going to a place by the name of 'The Overlook Hotel' to be the caretaker over the winter month's, because of coast of keeping a twenty-five mile road, in which it take to get to the hotel open, because of all the snow. To get the job as the caretaker of the hotel, he would be alone for five months, and have free food, and also free stay at the hotel, all Jack has to do is and handyman work around the hotel. He arrives fo...
  • Ritz Carlton Hotel Company
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    The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company has achieved so much fame in their marketplace that they have attained what is referred to as "The Ritz Mystique". Among the grand hotels of the world, The Ritz-Carlton hotels and resorts are famous for luxury, spectacular surroundings and legendary service. They have gained this title with dedication and award-winning hotels that reflect the 100 years of tradition that stand behind them. Discovering the fascinating history of Ritz-Carlton hotels, illustrates their...
  • Owners Of Condo Hotel Units
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    BY. TJ WHITE What could be more perfect than owning a luxury vacation home at a world class resort and receiving rental income whenever you aren't using it? Condo hotels are the newest trend in vacation home ownership. Live in it when you " re there, and rent it out when you are not. So how do condo-hotels differ from owning a traditional condominium or vacation apartment? They aren't your typical second homes. They are beautifully furnished condominium suites in some of the most famous hotels a...
  • My Uncle Iraq
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    15 Feb 97 dayz: Todays Lesson: Hooked on Ebonics: 15 Feb 97 dayz: Todays Lesson: Hooked on Ebonics: Leroy is a 20 year old 9th grader. This be Leroys homework assignment. He must use each vocabulary word in a sentence. Foreclose: If I pay alimony this month, Ill have no money foreclose. Rectum: I once had two cadillacs, but my ol lady rectum. Hotel: I gave my girlfriend the crabs and the hotel everyone. Disappointment: My parole officer tol me if I miss disappointment, they gonna send me back to...
  • Key Competitors Of Calgary Marriott Hotel
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    Certainly, the hospitality industry is one of the most competitive industries, since hotels, if managed properly, are able to provide the owner with significant profits as well as the goodwill needed in order to expand. After researching the hotel market in Calgary, the following four hotels appear to be the key competitors of Calgary Marriott Hotel: Travelodge Hotel Calgary Macle, Quality Inn (Motel Village), Hotel Quality and Conference Center, Travelodge Hotel Calgary Intl airport. Travelodge...
  • Steak House Restaurants
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    Running head: UPSCALE STEAK HOUSES Upscale Steak-House Restaurants (Trend or Fad) Denis Boucher Dean West November 30, 1999 Upscale Steak-House Restaurants (We found the Beef) Where's the beef There is no lack of quantity or quality of product at upscale steak-house restaurants. Who would have ever thought that people would stand in line to pay an average of $65 for a steak Not so long ago, beef was taboo for the young, upcoming, physically fit executive. Today, however, traffic and spending are...
  • Capitol Square Hotel
    353 words
    If we can accept the rational definition of knowledge as true, justified, belief (meaning that I know something because it is true, I believe it's true, and my means to establishing its truth are justified) and ignorance as lack-there-of, I think it is entirely possible to go through life completely ignorant. Concrete knowledge of anything is perhaps the most sought-after thing around by some of the most intelligent people in history, and the most feared and avoided thing by a great many other p...
  • Hilton Hotels
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    Nowadays in the world, almost everyone knows there is a hotel named HILTON, which is often described as: Hilton has become and is synonymous for the word "Hotel". Conrad Hilton is the founder of Hilton hotels who purchased his first hotel in Cisco, Texas back in 1919. The first hotel to carry the Hilton name was built in Dallas in 1925. In 1943, Hilton became the first "coast-to-coast" hotel chain in the United States, and in 1949, open its first hotel outside the U.S. in San Juan, Puerto Rico. ...
  • Four Seasons George 5
    415 words
    This is the first effort of Four Seasons Hotels to open a hotel in Paris. The management's biggest problem seems to be the adaptation of the Four Seasons system to the French way of life. In France the employees can not be replaced easily and when taking over such an establishment, Four Seasons management had to keep most of the existing staff and make them adjust to the way of Four Seasons. In a country like France where people are really proud of everything linked to France made it hard to adj...
  • Kimpton Hotel And Restaurant Group
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    - The Kimpton Hotel and Restaurant Group 1. The stand out strategy-shaping economic characteristics of the U.S. Hotel industry are: . Price Segmentation. Customer Segmentation. Global Presence. Brand Management The key success factors for competing in the "boutique hotel Niche" are to separate yourself from your competitors. There has to be a reason that people want to go and stay that the hotel. The non-hotel like food is clearly a key factor in this niche because the specific people that are b...
  • Later Ritz And Escoffier
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    Auguste Auguste Escoffier Auguste Escoffier Auguste Escoffier was born on October 28, 1846, in the village of Villeneuve-Lou bet, France. He was the son of Jean-Baptiste Escoffier and his wife Madeleine Civa tte. His father was the villages blacksmith, farrier, locksmith, and maker of agricultural tools. Escoffier's childhood dream was to become a sculptor. Unfortunately he was forced to give up that dream at the age of thirteen, just after he celebrated his first Holy Communion Escoffier was to...

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