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  • Joanna Gärdin replied to the topic Lesson 3.2 - Activity 3 in the forum Activity

    1. The world’s best hotel
    There are various kinds of lists that state what the world’s best hotel is but when it comes to the sheer impressiveness of the hotel, nothing comes close to the Mardan Palace in Lara, Antalya, Turkey. It has all the top ratings as well as the luxuriousness or any other top hotel in the world. It has been called Eur…[Read more]

  • Valentin Börjeson Hedberg replied to the topic Lesson 3.2 - Activity 3 in the forum Activity

    World’s Best Hotel:
    Baur au Lac, Zurich, Switzerland, this hotel is a world class hotel and is ranked the best in the world by Readers Choice Award 2020. It provides incredible views over the landscape and of course wonderful hospitality from the center or Switzerland, the mecca of hospitality.

    World’s Largest Hotel:
    Abraj Kudai hotel is a hot…[Read more]

  • People might not travel due to financial causes, environmental causes, health reasons etc.
    The difference between an infrastructure and a superstructure is often or most cases the owner. Infrastructure is often owned and operated by the government. When a superstructure is a business or owned by a separate owner.
    Technology is for sure one factor…[Read more]

  • Mania Ferdows replied to the topic Lesson 3.2 - Activity 3 in the forum Activity

    2. The Abraj Kudai hotel will considerably surpass the existing title of the world’s largest hotel by room count, with 10,000 rooms.
    The total number of towers is twelve. The total number of food outlets is 70. The total floor space is about 1,400,000 square meters.
    3. First World Hotel.
    4. The most expensive suite in the world is the empathy…[Read more]

  • Max Burkinshaw replied to the topic Lesson 3.2 - Activity 3 in the forum Activity

    1. The world’s best hotel
    the best hotel in the world is the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi because the hotel is very large and with 394 rooms, swimming pools, fountains and spas.
    2. The largest hotel in World
    The first hotel in Malaysia is the largest hotel that consists of 7,351 rooms and the hotel offers its guests easy access to locations such…[Read more]

  • Alexander Ericson replied to the topic Lesson 3.2 - Activity 3 in the forum Activity

    The best hotel
    of the best hotels in the world is the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi. The hotel is very large and with 394 rooms, swimming pools, fountains and spas. There is also a white sandy beach and a fortress with a renowned marina development.
    2. The largest hotel in World
    The first hotel in Malaysia is the largest hotel. There are 7,351…[Read more]

  • Max Burkinshaw replied to the topic Lesson 3.2 - Activity 3 in the forum Activity

    `this is not the final text

  • William Dahlgren replied to the topic Lesson 3.2 - Activity 3 in the forum Activity

    6. Your country’s most expensive hotel is called the HUUS Gstaad hotel in Switzerland.A perfect marriage between Alpine hut and luxury design hotel. HUUS Gstaad melds an unmatched package of outdoor activities with a well appointed family-friendly spa and the world’s best beds. Two Range Rover convertibles for complimentary hire top off the v…[Read more]

  • Mania Ferdows replied to the topic Lesson 3.2  - activity 1 in the forum Activity

    1. Financial problems especially during Covid. Traveling is also not worth it, since in some countries you have to be quarantined for a few weeks.
    2. The distinction between the two is that the infrastructure serves as the basis or base of economic activity, whilst the superstructure serves as the facilities and operating procedures.…[Read more]

  • Max Burkinshaw replied to the topic Lesson 3.2  - activity 1 in the forum Activity

    `1. People dont travel as much these days because of financial problems and the pandemic that we live with today.
    2.Infrastructure is something built from the government and superstructure is a structure built by a private company.
    3. Covid 19 is a big part of the tourism impact in the 21st century.
    4. France is the largest tourist destination in…[Read more]

  • Alexander Ericson replied to the topic Lesson 3.2  - activity 1 in the forum Activity

    People don’t travel because of their economy, another reason could be the ongoing pandemic which is causing lockdowns in a lot of countries. Some people think of their footprint within the climate, which makes them reduce their travels or thing of better ways to move around which has a better impact on the environment.

    Infrastructure is basically…[Read more]

  • William Dahlgren replied to the topic Lesson 3.2 - Activity 3 in the forum Activity

    1. The world’s best hotel
    1. The best hotel
    of the best hotels in the world is the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi. The hotel is very large and with 394 rooms, swimming pools, fountains and spas. There is also a white sandy beach and a fortress with a renowned marina development.
    2. The largest hotel in World
    The first hotel in Malaysia is the…[Read more]

  • Joanna Gärdin replied to the topic Lesson 3.2  - activity 1 in the forum Activity

    Why do people not travel?
    There are a lot of different reasons as to why people may not want to travel, it could be because of financial reasons or because of a lack of an opportunity, it could also be because of a fear of change or maybe it’s just because the person dislikes having to go on trips even if it’s only cross-country. At the end of the…[Read more]

  • William Dahlgren replied to the topic Lesson 3.2  - activity 1 in the forum Activity

    1. The reason why people don’t travel as often nowadays is due to the issue of finance, the situation of the country and the environment .
    2.Infrastructure is constructed by the state or government as oppose to infrastructure which is built why whichever industry wants to, it is built in a private way.
    3.The biggest impact on tourism is due to the…[Read more]

  • Max Burkinshaw replied to the topic Lesson 3.2 - Activity 3 in the forum Activity

    All the best have a lot in common as in having the best location, best service and best hospitality.

  • Max Burkinshaw replied to the topic Lesson 3.2  - activity 1 in the forum Activity

    `1. People dont travel as much these days because of financial problems and the pandemic that we live with today.
    2.Infrastructure is something built from the government and superstructure is a structure built by a private company.
    3. Covid 19 is a big part of the tourism impact in the 21st century.
    4. France is the largest tourist destination in…[Read more]

  • Vietnam’s domestic migration is much more prominent than its overseas migrations. Internal migration, predominantly rural to urban migration, has increased rapidly over the past few decades compared to post war times. In Vietnam, the industrial zone has been developed rapidly for more than 20 years. However, the rate of migrant labor is high. B…[Read more]

  • Joanna Gärdin replied to the topic Lesson 2.1 - Activity 2 in the forum Activity

    Marie-Antoine Careme
    Careme was a French chef and an early practitioner and exponent of the elaborate style of cooking known as grande cuisine, the “high art” of French cooking: a grandiose style of cookery favored by both international royalty and by the nouveau riche of Paris. Antoine was born into a poor family on June 8, in Paris, 1784. By the…[Read more]

  • Joanna Gärdin replied to the topic Lesson 2.1 - Activity 2 in the forum Activity

    Antoine Careme:
    Auguste Escoffier created over 5,000 recipes and even published Le Guide Culinaire which was a culinary textbook, he also developed approaches to kitchen management. Escoffier invented the Peach Melba in honor of Austrian singer Nellie Melba, and in addition to inventing the way of ‘a la carte’ eating, Escoffier also rev…[Read more]

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