An Italian Priest Brought the Virgin Mary to Beachgoers in a Paddle Boat

An Italian priest brought the Virgin Mary to beach goers in a paddle boat. There is a celebration that takes every year for catholic people in a certain area of Italy. The Virgin Mary is called upon to bless various people. This usually included a special mass, but this year it was brought to everyone via a paddle boat. Key Takeaways:Virgin Mary called on...

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How Artificial Intelligence Is Already Impacting How We Meet — Meetings Innovation Report

Whether you are a fan of advancing technology or not… Artificial intelligence (AI) is here to stay. This blog explores the viewpoint of two titans of technology. But more focuses on how quickly artificial intelligence is changing the way we as people communicate and work with each other specifically regarding through the use of chatbots. How Artificial Intelligence...

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Five Takeaways From Choice Hotels’ Second Quarter Earnings Call

There are five things to take away from Choice Hotel’s second quarter earnings call. Choice Hotels hosted their second quarters 2017 earnings call for investors Wednesday and it became very clear that the company was intent on making sure investors were assured that they have a winning strategy for the business. Five Takeaways From Choice Hotels’ Second...

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Frontier’s Expansion Could Spark a Fare War

The aviation company Frontier is implementing a bold new fair strategy that will shake up the market. The company plans to double its size, and spread low cost flights into America. The main market they are targeting is Denver, and they will face competition from the big global airlines like Delta. They will face heavy resistance and competition from the Global...

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Building Traveler Satisfaction: Voices from the Front Lines of Corporate Travel

Many airliners want to keep their customers satisfied during a travel experience. Wait for many different sources to voice their opinion. Corporate travel has high standards to uphold as their passengers move around the world. It is important for standards to be upheld as people move on with their lives. Corporate travel managers will spare no expense to keep...

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Low-Cost Spirit and Allegiant Struggle to Fly On Time

Spirit and Allegiant airlines are popular modes of travel for fliers. Delayed or canceled flights could mean problems for their passengers out there. These airliners offer some of the lowest cost flights on the market against the competition. Their leaders claim that they cannot stay on time at such low costs. Key Takeaways:A couple of budget airlines claim...

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Wyndham Is Spinning Off Its Timeshare Business Like Marriott, Starwood and Hilton Before It

Wyndham is following the lead of Marriott, Hilton, and Starwood. Although the timeshare industry is still doing very well, it only made sense to branch out to better the business. The expected spin-off has an expected date of early to mid 2018. Expect the two “sides” of the business to operate as separate entities though. Wyndham Is Spinning Off...

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Hit-and-Run Tourism Fought by Uffizi Gallery in Florence With New Strategy

The Uffizi Gallery of Florence is implementing new ideas to combat hit-and-run tourism. New museum director Eike Schmidt hopes that raising general admissions will curtail the crowds of disinterested tourists, while lower season passes will reward the loyalty and interest of true fans and admirers of the Renaissance collections. Prices are expected to be 12-20...

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The Mischievous ‘Ghost Hoaxers’ of 19th-Century Australia

Pranksters during 19th century Australia pulled quite a few stunts. Ghost hoaxes were common during that era for many observers. These hoaxers were mischievous and daring at the same time. That made early news headlines within Australia as people expressed concern. Ghost costumes allowed them to commit crimes of violence in Australia. The Mischievous ‘Ghost...

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