Monthly Archives: July 2022

Naruto opens his own Uchiha hotel experience

naruto is no stranger to wild gadgets, and the heroes of Team 7 have sponsored many of them. This obviously applies to Sasuke Uchiha as the Avenger is the anime’s secondary lead role. And if you’ve always wanted to vacation like an Uchiha, a special hotel experience is going live in Japan to make that dream come true. All courtesy ...

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WIIP CEO Paul Lee Talks Hotel-Inspired Office Openings in Hollywood – The Hollywood Reporter

“I wanted to subvert the expectation of what an office space should look like,” says Paul Lee, CEO of production company wiip, which has produced a host of acclaimed fare including Easttown Mare, Dickinson and The summer when I became pretty since its founding in 2018. “Plus, to be honest, I’ve spent way too much time in the cold aisles ...

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Hyatt Regency Jaipur Mansarovar appoints Nikhil Gandhi as General Manager, Hospitality News, ET HospitalityWorld

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Despite incredible talent and passion in training camp, MLFB face funding backlog

LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL /ACCESSWIRE/July 29, 2022/ Major League Soccer (OTC PINK:MLFB) major league soccer (MLFB) regrets to announce that full funding for the 2022 training camp and 2022 season opener has not been completed as planned. “An unexpected delay has caused us to suspend training camp and potentially delay the start of the 2022 season,” CEO Frank Murtha said. “The ...

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Casa Munras Garden Hotel & Spa Announces RELAX & REJUVENATE Spa Package

MONTEREY, Calif., July 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Casa Munras Garden Hotel & Spa is partnering with DESUAR Spa to manage the hotel’s wellness division. As a celebration, Casa Munras offers the Relax & Rejuvenate spa package. The package includes luxury accommodation for two and two 50-minute spa services. Clients choose two treatments from the following three options: SEASIDE RENEWAL, DEEP ...

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Hospitality Ventures Management Group (HVMG) Celebrates One Year Anniversary of Successful Launch of Talent Acquisition Center of Excellence (TACOE)

ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hospitality Ventures Management Group (HVMG), a privately held, Atlanta-based hotel management and investment firm, today shared positive one-year results from its Talent Acquisition Center of Excellence (TACOE) , a strategic initiative designed to source properties level talent and support. The program accelerates hiring across the company’s 56-hotel portfolio while removing pressure from property general managers, freeing them to focus ...

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KSL acquires 2 in the Maldives; The beginnings of Autograph Collection Residences – HOTELSMag.com

KSL acquires 2 in the Maldives: KSL Capital Partners, Denver, Colorado, has acquired W Maldives and Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa. The seller was a joint venture between Universal Enterprises, headquartered in the Maldives, and Marriott International. Marriott will continue to operate both resorts under their existing brands. Each property is located on its own private island. The ...

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Sustainability, technology and labor challenges are driving innovation in the hospitality industry

Exciting things are happening in the hospitality industry, including advancements in sustainability, workmanship, and technology. Let’s look at each of these topics in more detail. Hotels can play a vital role in reducing carbon emissions. “Now it is possible to reduce utility costs by up to 40% while increasing the life of certain parts of the asset,” according to Zach ...

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Alexander Duberek pleads guilty in federal court

A 24-year-old man pleaded guilty on Tuesday to traveling from California to Hale County where he stabbed his boyfriend to death two years ago. Alexander Yoichi Duberek appeared before U.S. Magistrate Judge John R. Parker and pleaded guilty to one count of interstate domestic violence in connection with the stabbing death of Chad Luera, 30, whose body was found on ...

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Bed and Breakfast (B&B) Market Growth, Trends, Industry Analysis and Forecast – 2026 | Shaanxi Tourism Group, Beijing Sankuai Technology, Lvyue (Tianjin) Hotel Management

Bed and breakfast market (B and B) The Bed And Breakfast (B and B) Market report 2022-2028 presents the opportunities for the players. It also offers business models and market forecasts for participants. This market analysis allows industry manufacturers to know about future market trends. The study reports provide insight into technological advancements, new product launches, new players, and recent ...

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Hotel rates in UAE see 20% increase; 100% expected occupancy

Hotels and homestays in the United Arab Emirates are enjoying a major recovery ahead of the final kickoff of the region’s biggest sporting event. Experts are seeing at least a 20% increase in room rates, with many expecting 100% occupancy during the World Cup in Qatar. Industry experts expect the football spectacle to boost the country’s hospitality industry. “The demand ...

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Sip a scenic Spritz at Watergate’s new late-night pickleball court

The Watergate Hotel’s patio is outfitted to capitalize on the latest American sports craze this summer, with fruity cocktails in tennis ball-shaped mugs and badminton-themed bites. Bouncing balls look like lightning at night.Watergate Hotel The free activation went live behind the iconic Foggy Bottom Hotel’s Next Whiskey Bar last week and runs through Labor Day. The public can reserve a ...

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California governor opposes judge stopping cleanup of homeless camp

Governor Gavin Newsom is expressing concern for public safety after a judge halted his efforts to clean up a Bay Area homeless encampment. Judge William Orrick temporarily barred the California Department of Transportation from clearing a homeless encampment in Oakland on Friday, encouraging the large, busy encampment to remain in place until a “comprehensive relocation plan” is put in place. ...

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Ludhiana: 2 out of 4 gangsters detained while planning robbery plot

CIA 2 personnel from Ludhiana Police arrested four Tibba Road men on Saturday night as they plotted to commit a robbery, while four of their aides managed to escape. The arrested defendants were identified as Vishu Kainth, 21, from Karamsar settlement, Subhash Nagar; Vinay, 22, from Dr. Ambedkar’s colony, Cheema Chowk; Pardeep Singh alias Deep, 21, from Industrial Zone -A ...

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5 ways to enjoy summer on an island in the heart of the capital

It’s time for some family fun on Al Maryah Island located in the heart of Abu Dhabi City. The world-class island, a one-stop destination for lifestyle, entertainment, shopping and dining, is hosting many family-friendly events this summer. Creative activities for children For the first time, ‘Paw Patrol’ featuring the Adventure Bay crew of Chase, Marshall, Rubble, Skye and Ryder are ...

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First Starbucks, then Amazon, now a syndicate of Korean barbecue restaurants. Employees know they deserve more

Three years ago, I wrote about labor violations at Genwa, a Koreatown barbecue restaurant where a plate of short ribs was $75. The California labor commissioner’s office found that the restaurant’s owners were systematically underpaying their employees and ordered the restaurant to repay more than $1.4 million in stolen wages. And now, as my colleague Jeong Park reports, Genwa workers ...

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Magnolia man faces charges for pointing shotgun at police at Montgomery County Hall

A man who was shot by police during a wellness check at a Magnolia-area hotel on July 15 has been identified as Eric Zuniga Vega Jr. Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Scott Spencer said Vega, 23, faces a charge of aggravated assault of an official and unlawful possession of a firearm. Bond for each charge at $150,000 and $6,000 respectively. ...

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Amtrak Summer Travel: Delays Grow with Demand as Season Blows Out

Comment this story Comment Even weeks later, Claudia and Mark Hurd remember like it was yesterday: the sudden midnight stop in rural South Carolina aboard the Amtrak Auto Train and the cascading events that ensued. transformed into a normal situation. 17 hour trip from Lorton, Virginia to Sanford, Florida in a 35 hour nightmare. He understood five hours to repair ...

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The Planned Parenthood Clinic in this conservative desert town is now a haven for Arizonans seeking abortions

On a recent Monday afternoon, all abortion appointments at Planned Parenthood-Imperial Valley Health Center were already full for the week. Vivian Perez, an office manager at the center, had already logged a 12-hour day, but she stayed in the office tinkering with the schedule. She had received a desperate call from the San Diego call center, which helps with scheduling. ...

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Wyndham and Palladium Hotel Group Form Strategic Alliance

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts and Palladium Hotel Group have entered into a long-term strategic alliance, which will add 14 TRS and Grand Palladium Hotels & Resorts hotels to the year-old Wyndham Registry Collection. The partnership brings Wyndham’s all-inclusive portfolio to 26 hotels. THE ADVERTISEMENT trendy now The all-inclusive properties TRS Hotels and Grand Palladium, located in Mexico, the Dominican Republic, ...

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A cruise is cheaper than filling your gas tank right now

Comment this story Comment Travel isn’t cheap right now. For those who want to get away from it all this summer, that means splurging, whether you’re filling up your tank for a road trip or buying an expensive flight. But there is an exception these days: cruises. Cruise fares remain cheap as industry recovers from pandemic lows. In fact, depending ...

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Spartanburg-based OTO Development acquires DoubleTree by Hilton in Florida

OTO developmenta Spartanburg-based hotel development and hotel management company, acquired the DoubleTree by Hilton in North Redington Beach, Florida, for an undisclosed sum, the organization announced on July 18. The seven-story, 125-room hotel includes: View of the beach from most rooms. Veranda. Tiki hut adjacent to an outdoor swimming pool. A meeting room of 1272 square feet. “We are so ...

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energyware™ appoints Jamie Wildes as director of

NEW YORK, July 19. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — energyware™ is delighted to announce the appointment of Jamie Wildes as Director of Sourcing and Sales Enablement. In his role, Wildes will lead the new energy procurement department for energyware™, transforming the nation’s leading provider of energy-efficient technology solutions into a one-stop-shop for its customers and their energy, sustainability and environmental needs ...

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Upcoming Attractions: Entertainment and More in the Mid-Ohio Valley | News, Sports, Jobs

PARKERSBURG – Artsbridge announced events and programs this week in the Mid-Ohio Valley. * Guided tours on Valley Gem, all summer long, call for dates and times. * Crimtopia: Multimedia by Katherine, James & Mack Crim, and Art is Life at the Parkersburg Art Center, Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through July 23. * Layered ...

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Hotel California

This is how the world will end: not with a bang but with an eruption of Beverly Hills. Or that’s what to remember about the provocative and captivating The pink hotelLiska Jacobs’ third novel. The pink hotel is by turns a love story, a social satire, an elegy for the planet, a farewell to the glamor of old Hollywood and, ...

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Is Ibiza expensive? Prices for rooms, food and taxis are rising

A seaside restaurant charges 30 euros ($30) for a burger. A large deckchair at an upscale beach club can cost 500 euros in August. And a table in a “VIP” nightclub can number in the thousands. Although Spain is generally considered a reasonably priced travel destination, the Spanish island of Ibiza has long been known as a place to live ...

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Conservative Moms for Liberty activists plan their next move: taking over school boards

TAMPA, Fla. — Eighteen months after two former Florida school board members founded Moms for Liberty, the group’s first national rally drew 500 people, including prominent Republicans, to a waterfront hotel , demonstrating the growing political influence of these locals. conservative activists. The organization’s rapid rise – its leaders say it has nearly 100,000 members in 195 chapters in 37 ...

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Cotswolds Retreats: 10 of the Most Beautiful and Peaceful Inns and Hotels | Holidays in the Cotswolds

The Maytime Inn, Asthall Situated on the River Windrush in the Cotswold Hills, Burford is sometimes called the gateway to the Cotswolds and has one of the prettiest streets in the area – but it’s packed with tourists in the summer, making the Maytime Inn just a few kilometers into the nearby town of Asthall, a great place to retreat ...

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Welcome to Hotel California

What a nice surprise! Bring your alibis… As reported by Ali Watkins, writing for the New York Times, the Eagles’ classic song, “Hotel California,” with its imagery of decadence and cynicism that delivered an incisive verdict on the fate of the legendary Sixties generation and its idyllic aspirations, was itself apparently a victim of the same type of scam and ...

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Three men accused of stealing lyrics to ‘Hotel California’

This article was written by Jonathan Stempel in Reuters: Three men have been criminally charged in Manhattan with possessing about 100 pages stolen from lead singer Don Henley of handwritten notes and lyrics for the Eagles’ 1976 hit album “Hotel California.” Glenn Horowitz, Craig Inciardi and Edward Kosinski were charged on Tuesday with attempting to sell the materials, worth more ...

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Andy Fest: Ledbury’s Talbot Hotel plans musical tribute to former owner Andy Ward

A Ledbury pub is paying homage to a much-loved former owner with a weekend of live music. Andy Fest takes place at the Talbot Hotel later this month in memory of Andy Ward, who died earlier this year just a few years after retiring to the Isle of Man. Current owner Richard Jennings said: “He’s a legend at Ledbury. I ...

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8 Great Beach Vacation Destinations

PICTURE BY: Douglas Peebles/Getty Images Ka’anapali Coast, Maui, Hawaii​ As soon as you set foot on the coconut tree-strewn shores of Ka’anapali, you’ll understand why this white-sand beach on Maui’s west side was once a retreat for Hawaiian royalty. In the 1960s, it was developed to postcard perfection, becoming the first planned resort in the state of Hawaii. Today, the ...

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Eagles memorabilia thieves on trial for stealing ‘Hotel California’ lyrics | UNITED STATES

“On a dark lonely road / Cool wind in my hair / Warm smell of colitas / Rising through the air.” So begins Hotel California, the Eagles’ most iconic song on the self-titled album, which is now the subject of a lawsuit that just opened in New York County Supreme Court. Three men are charged with conspiring to sell notebooks ...

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Lawyer sues Métis Nation of Alberta, RCMP after sexual assault charges against him were dropped

Content of the article FORT MCMURRAY — A Métis lawyer who was recently found not guilty of sexual assault claims he was the victim of a plot allegedly orchestrated by the president of the Métis Nation of Alberta (MNA) during an election. He is suing the MP and the RCMP for $10 million. Content of the article Dwayne Roth, the ...

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New England has one of the top 5 hotels in the world

Travel It is located in the Lake District of New Hampshire. The Pickering House Inn in Wolfeboro, NH Diane Bair for the Boston Globe Look inside Blue Iris, a boutique hotel that just opened in Nantucket A Granite State Hotel originally built in 1813 has just been named one of the five best hotels in the world by Travel + ...

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3 charged for selling stolen lyrics to ‘Hotel California’

A rock memorabilia dealer and two other men were charged Tuesday with conspiring to sell allegedly ill-gotten handwritten lyrics to the classic rock juggernaut “Hotel California” and other Eagles hits. Prosecutors said the trio lied to auction houses and buyers about the fuzzy chain of origin of the manuscripts, guiding the person who provided the material on what to say. ...

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Airbnb operator sued by New York City in battle over short-term rentals

The five-story building near Manhattan’s East River was meant to house eight residential apartments above a doctor’s office, according to city records. But city inspectors have noticed people carrying suitcases in and out of the building in recent years. On one occasion, five guests told the inspectors that they were from Italy. They said they booked a six-day stay for ...

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Eagles and Garth Brooks tribute bands mark Greene Country Towne Festival 2022 as Rotary Club celebrates centenary

Rotary Club of Greenfield Tribute bands honoring two of the world’s best-selling artists will be featured at the 2022 Greene Country Towne Festival July 15-17 in downtown Greenfield. • Hotel California is a band that looks a lot like the Eagles. When you hear the twin guitars pounding at the end of “Hotel California” and a voice that sounds like ...

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Traveling, Studying Abroad: Students Share Their Spring and Summer 22 Experiences

With study abroad programs canceled for nearly two years as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, students going abroad in 2022 are dealing with the new normal that has come with the pandemic, while adjusting to life in a different country. Each semester, students can choose to branch out from Ithaca and approach their education from a new angle: by ...

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Data analytics to drive the hospitality industry’s recovery from Covid-19

HOSPITALITY service providers are barely out of the woods following Covid-19 pandemic restrictions, and with the lifting of travel restrictions, many are competing with the same few customers with a reduced workforce and must implement new standard operating procedures (SOPs). While organizations may have relied on intuition to make their decisions, many are tightening their belts, which only allows for ...

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Belgium and Iceland illustrate how thin the margins are in Euro Group D with a hard-fought draw

MANCHESTER, England — Sunday’s 1-1 draw between Belgium and Iceland served as a 90-minute advertisement for why Group D are the hardest to call at these Euros. The collective body language of full-time Iceland, a sea of ​​hands on their heads and pained looks skyward, suggested they felt the hardest hit, but it was a match in which both teams ...

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Hornets need more Kai Jones, get LiAngelo Ball back

Kai Jones walks off the field as Bryce McGowens prepares to drive the ball in during the Hornets’ Summer League Opener against Indiana on Friday. Nick Bolick Photo courtesy Charlotte Hornets Vegas Don’t say Kai Jones’ summer league games don’t make sense. Jones, the lanky big man for the Charlotte Hornets, wasn’t happy with his performance in a 94-86 loss ...

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Several hundred scooter enthusiasts converge on Santa Rosa

With its poolside lounge and spacious backyard, the Sandman Hotel on Cleveland Avenue in Santa Rosa can feel like a refuge and a sanctuary. That’s decidedly not how it felt Friday morning, as a tribe of several hundred vintage scooter enthusiasts converged on the parking lot, tinkering with their old Lambretta motorcycles, starting them, revving their engines, creating a cacophony ...

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Police chief retires after 27 years | Coon Rapids

Coon Rapids Police Chief Brad Wise retired on June 30 after 27 years with the police department, including 11 as chief. Retirement was bittersweet for Wise, who said his passion for policing and community safety has not waned. “But after double-digit years as a chef, it’s time to take a fresh look,” he said. City Manager Matt Stemwedel named Capt. ...

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Oath Keeper Accused of Bringing Explosives to DC for Jan. 6

Comment this story Comment U.S. prosecutors filed new charges Friday against the head of the Oath Keepers and alleged members who were charged with seditious conspiracy in the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack, saying a co-conspirator came to Washington with explosives and detailing allegations that a co-accused held a “death list” with the name of a Georgian election official. The ...

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Island Getaways, Golf Deals on July List of Pure Michigan Travel Deals

The big summer is here. If you still have summer vacation days to burn, it’s time to put those week-long trips or short getaways on the calendar. Pure Michigan’s new July offers feature a range of offers including discounts for travel on both peninsulas. Whether you’re a fan of golf, want to get away to an island, or have a ...

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Department of Commerce grant supports academic space at UNL Scarlet Hotel – Nebraska City News Press

Haley Apel | Education and Human Sciences, UNL The University of Nebraska-Lincoln received a $1.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce to complete an academic facility offering real-life education within the Scarlet Hotel. The funds will help kick-start construction of a 100-seat classroom and office space within the hotel, providing new opportunities for Huskers seeking hospitality, restaurant and ...

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Where to meet our team on the KSN Summer Road Trip

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – The KSN summer road trip is less than two weeks away. We have already announced the cities our crew will visit. Now, the organizer has compiled a list of specific locations so viewers can come and say hi to our team members. Depending on the time of day, you may meet KSN’s Jeff Herndon, Emily Younger, ...

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Trattore Farms opens tasting room on Healdsburg Plaza

HEALDSBURG Trattore Farms opens a tasting room in the Plaza Trattore Farms, located in the upper Dry Creek Valley, has opened a second tasting room in downtown Healdsburg at 320 Center St. Places are limited and reservations are recommended, but visits are welcome. The tasting room is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. To reserve: trattorefarms.com or 707-431-7200. ...

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Hotel revenue managers say trial and error is the best learning experience

ORLANDO, Fla. — When Lori Kiel was early in her career in hotel revenue management, she used her lack of an Ivy League education and the fact that she started out in community college as reason to despise herself. Now commercial director of the Kessler collection, Kiel realizes that her background is a strength, not a weakness. “I’ve always been ...

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Tourism in South Australia is set to explode with the addition of six new major resorts to be built • Glam Adelaide

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Pristine beaches, remarkable scenery, world-class wines and a booming culinary scene – it’s no wonder South Australia is quickly becoming a must-visit destination for local and international travellers. And with the influx of visitors, the state is doing everything it can to keep up with demand with six new major hotels and ...

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These Ontario Cities Will Pay You To Visit And Stay Overnight

A handful of cities and towns across Ontario will open their pockets for you to visit overnight this summer, offering discounts on payment and stay for travellers. Local tourism is having a moment right now, so if you’re traveling to the province this summer, you might want to check out these programs for discounts and freebies. Book a stay of ...

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PHOTO REPORT: Disneyland Resort 6/28/22 (Hank Comes to Finding Nemo, Pirates Boat Trials, Indiana Jones Artifacts, and more)

Hi, hi, ho! We headed to the Disneyland Resort to have lunch at Blue Bayou, greet a new friend who landed in Tomorrowland, and see what else we could find new. So join us for this latest photo report of the two parks. Disneyland The first thing we noticed was a new set of paper tickets for guests entering the ...

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More buyers are calling hotels home

As the luxury real estate market continues to roar even as the U.S. economy flirts with recession, money-hungry buyers continue to snap up inventory. Rather than waiting years to build a home in the face of labor shortages and supply chain issues, many potential buyers are turning to reliable turnkey property builders for immediate purchases. New residential developments built by ...

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12 summer competitions and sweepstakes with prizes and free travel perks

Image of ecstatic woman trying to catch falling money Getty If you’re looking for a great travel deal this summer, there are plenty of options out there, even with the prices rapidly inflating. But, you can also try your luck with these travel contests and sweepstakes that might land you a free vacation instead. From a QR code scavenger hunt ...

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Vinyl aficionados set to drop the needle on big new show and record sale

Manitoba’s first music and record sale is happening this Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Caboto Center, 1055 Wilkes Ave., and co-host Mike Huen has a tip for old vinyl fans who in the past , may have been hesitant to let their children take care of their most prized possessions: mom — or dad, as the ...

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Hotel St. James under new management for the second time in a year | New

The St. James Hotel is under new management for the second time in a year. The Hotel Management website announced on June 30 that Rhaglan Hospitality had selected Birmingham-based HP Hotels to manage the St. James and Redmont Hotel Birmingham. Rebel Hospitality, the hotel management division of Manhattan-based Capstone Equities, had been managing the properties since July 2021. Jim Lewis, ...

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“It’s bad everywhere”, biologists expect more mosquitoes and bed bugs this summer

Summer is a time full of heat, excitement and… mosquitoes. And this summer, they are making the buzz. “It’s going to be hot, it’s humid, and that’s what they like,” said Dr. Deborah Waller, associate professor of biological sciences at Old Dominion University. Dr Waller says the early wet weather this year allowed the pests to multiply. And no town ...

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