Month: August 2018

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An Elephant, a Goldfish and a Swan. Turning Around a Failing Hotel

You feel as if you are doing all you can to keep your revenue up for your hotel. You are advertising on OTA’s and across social media. You have invested in some training for your staff and you have applied a lot of advice you have read on the internet, or at least you think you have. So why is it then that your hotel still seems to struggle to make a profit? Or worse, it isn’t making a profit at all. So where are you going wrong? What else can you do? Why is nothing working? Here we will examine the process of turning around a failing business and what you need to be doing differently to make it happen.

Dublin

Wonders of Dublin

We already told you about the gems of London and Edinburgh. Now, it is time to dive into the less touristic city of Dublin. What is there to see? Where can you get a pint? If you want to know the answer to these questions, read on.

Vegetarian/Vegan Food

Vegetarian and Vegan Guide to Krakow

Krakow is famous for a lot of things. The architecture, Jazz, Pierogi (dumplings), the diversity and the wonderful multicultural environment to name but a few. But did you know that Krakow offers a whole host of options for vegetarians and vegans looking for delicious food served fresh daily, at good prices and sometimes with an unexpected twist. Here I will try to outline and highlight the best places to eat as a Vegetarian and/or Vegan.

Dresden - Germany

Dresden – The other side

  Dresden is one of the most visited cities in Germany and the capital of Saxony. So you have probably read several articles about this place. I am going to give you a few recommendations outside of the most known places of the city. Something where you will not be overrun by hordes of tourists from all over the world, but where you might actually meet locals.

The English Riviera

The English Riviera – A Definitive Guide to Live Music Venues and Bands in The Bay

The English Riviera is one of the biggest and best holiday destinations in the UK. However, what most people don’t know about the area is its richness in live music. Nestled in the heart of Devon in the South West of England, it gets its name due to the rolling hills, the seaside resort vibe and of course the streets lined with Palm trees.