What It Was Like to Work With Ace Hotels Co-Founder Alex Calderwood

Verdun was a valuable position on the Eastern border of France and a potential staging point to launch an attack to Paris. The resulting battle saw a push and pull between forces, including attacks on the valuable Forts Douaumont and Fort Vaux. French artillery included 388 field guns and 244 heavy guns. Rate of fire was high and trains supplies a heavy stream...

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Treasury Department Cash Vault in Washington, D.C.

During renovations of the US Treasurers office in 1985, a vault was located. This vault used to be the location of the storage of the country’s cash before Fort Knox was selected in 1935. Isiah Rogers designed the vault in 1864. By 1881, this vault was filled with more than one billion dollars of securities and money. Key Takeaways: In 1985, renovators...

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Delta Increases Offer to Own Nearly Half of Aeromexico’s Shares as Peso Declines

The Peso has declined and that is good news for Delta because they are purchasing half of Aeromexico’s shares. Delta is seeking to get 49 percent of the company. This offer was boosted by Delta once they realized the Peso had gone down. The election of Donald Trump helped to weaken the peso. Key Takeaways: Delta Air Lines Inc. boosted its offer for a...

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United Airlines Defends Right To Block Girls In Leggings [UPDATE]

United Airlines refused three girls boarding on a flight until they changed their clothes. They were wearing leggings, which violated United Airlines dress code for employees or pass tickets. Anyone that flies with a pass are also representing the company and asked to dress appropriately. Other passengers can wear leggings. United Airlines Defends Right To Block...

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Trump Hotels Want to Get Bigger, No Matter the Conflicts

The Trump family is going to be expanding their hotels. Instead of expanding their luxury chain, they are going to be building a whole new line of hotels, calling them Scion. They are planning on opening up to 100 of them in the new few years. Several cities and people are not very open to the idea. He is keeping them in the U.S. for now, so as not to let other...

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New Orleans Tourism Finally Returns to Pre-Katrina Levels

Orleans has broken a tourism record set before Hurricane Katrina, with nearly 10.5 million visitors in 2016. University of New Orleans’ Hospitality Research Center visitors spent billion dollars. New Orleans has broken a tourism record set before Hurricane Katrina, with nearly 10.5 million visitors in 2016. The record had stood at 10.1 million since 2004,...

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An Iconic Salad Has Two Key Ingredients: Hearts of Palm and Green Ice Cream

Cedar Key Island Hotel Restaurant actually features a salad contains part of a tree-no lie. As if that isn’t enough, this same salad also contains a scoop of bright green ice cream– not exactly normal ingredients for a salad. In addition to these two unusual ingredients, various fruits are also included in the salad. So , does anyone actually eat...

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The 8 Best Destinations For The Solo Traveler

So you finally did it. You mustered the strength, saved the money, quit the job, and now, well, now you need to figure out where to go! Been flying solo, trying to figure out where to go? Take a look at some of these unique places you can put on your traveling list to do! Key Takeaways: A solo traveler will have uninterrupted reflection time in their sleeping...

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Content Marketing in Travel Has Moved From Niche to Mainstream

Content creation by travel brands evolved from a niche strategy into one of the industry’s most popular marketing approaches. Executives in the industry long knew that content had a powerful emotional pull for consumers, spending more on content marketing efforts. More executives from consumer-focused companies also say they’re incorporating the discipline...

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