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The best of Montreal: Where to go, eat, and stay

Montreal is about as close as you can get to Europe without leaving the North American continent. Considered the cultural capital of Canada, Montreal is famous for its French cuisine, sophisticated fashion, underground city, and plethora of attractions—not to mention its frigid winters. 532 more words


Worldwide Trends

Here are a few interesting tidbits I gathered especially for you from what’s hot in the hospitality business right now.


1. Connectivity

Remember when our overnight bag was filled with zip lock bags holding cosmetics? 386 more words


The pros and cons -- OK, mostly cons -- of tipping hotel maids

Marriott has been in the news this week for launching new program to prod its guests into leaving tips for its cleaning staffs. The hotel chain is not acting alone on this.  1,485 more words


Agriturismo Ardene – Montepulciano, Italy

Back in 2008 when I decided to embark upon a self-drive ‘Giro Toscana’, I planned it to the last detail. I’m like that – I leave nothing to chance. 285 more words


The Club Hotel Singapore

A few weeks ago, I visited Singapore for a couple of days with my friend Ken. It was my first time in Singapore, and I can already say that it is not going to be the last! 186 more words


Tierra Viva Miraflores Larco – Lima, Peru

If you spend some time in Lima you will no doubt notice that it’s a city of contrasts. Parts of the city centre are dingy and downright dodgy, while some parts look like Paris. 312 more words


Beograd - Skopje - Gevgelija

After Budapest we travelled to Belgrade (Beograd), Serbia, stayed there for one night.

Zira Hotel Belgrade ****


Well, Serbia is quite crazy for me, unfortunately we didn´t have time to stay there, we travelled to Skopje, Macedonia. 520 more words