A Visit to the Global Expo: the most valuable lessons I learned

London’s Hyde Park in 1851 must have really been something. Visitors entered a giant structure of steel and glass known as the Crystal Palace, and proceeded to wander for hours in a sea of displays: A fax machine prototype, a gigantic hydraulic press, artifacts from ancient civilisations, and even the world’s largest diamond. It was a golden age of innovation and discovery. The Great Exhibition of London was ground zero.

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Putting the SERVICE in Serviced Apartments

Serviced apartments have been growing in popularity with travelers for a long time now, especially in recent years as people who were traveling more and staying longer started to want more space and self-service. The convenience of a self-contained unit combined with aspects of hotel service is a desirable alternative for guests who require more independence but still need the support of helpful staff.

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World Tourism Day: Tourism as a Force for Good

What’s so great about Italy? When you travel around the country—as I’ve had the pleasure of doing these past few weeks—it seems like a silly question. Known for temperate climates and charming landscapes, Italy was once the most powerful country in the world. It produced some of the greatest works of art ever known, and has captured the imaginations of countless travelers throughout history.

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