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Portugal: 4000+ years of wine making

Portugal: 4000+ years of wine making

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

If we were able to visit Portugal 4000 years ago, we would find Phoenician seafarers colonizing the Mediterranean and planting vines as they moved through the landscape

Budapest: Modern, delicious and charming

Budapest: Modern, delicious and charming

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

Dr. Akos Niklai has developed, influenced and shaped the Hungarian tourism industry for decades.

Vienna: Old world traditions updated

Vienna: Old world traditions updated

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

Hotel Leadership

Take ICE to Frankfurt

Hot cities. Cold climates. Take ICE to Frankfurt

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

Once again I have the opportunity to use my Rail Europe train tickets; my next destination is Frankfurt.

Turkey: Important for 11,000 years

There is a little bit of Turkey in all of us! Turkey: Important for 11,000 years

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

You do not have to be a historian to know that Turkey is a relevant part of world history.

Ronen Nissenbaum: Waldorf and Conrad hotel leader

Ronen Nissenbaum: Waldorf and Conrad hotel leader

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

Israeli by birth and currently living in Atlanta, Ronen Nissenbaum is a c-suite executive with a long string of successes that span the universe from Tel Aviv to Singapore City and from Euro ...

Robert Parker: Creating a wine legacy

Tourism and wine: A legacy relation Robert Parker: Creating a wine legacy

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

“I’ve always followed the rule that anything worth doing is worth doing excessively.” - Robert Parker

The Time before Parker

Heads-up foodie travelers: Il Valentino Osteria on First Avenue, NYC

Heads-up foodie travelers: Il Valentino Osteria on First Avenue, NYC

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

Up until now, anyone looking for a delicious Italian dinner in Manhattan on First Avenue between 50-60th Streets had a very good chance of experiencing starvation.

A love affair with Sicilian wines

A love affair with Sicilian wines

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

When you receive an invitation from Marie-Christina Batich to join her for a wine /dine media event and you are smart - you will immediately RSVP.

Nevis steps closer to being green: Chat with Nevis Tourism Minister

Nevis steps closer to being green: Chat with Nevis Tourism Minister

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

Currently, Nevis imports approximately 4.2 million gallons of diesel fuel annually, at a cost of $12 million, and the Caribbean region spends over $4 billion yearly (2009) on producing power.

Travel story: Dining and drama at Bustan NYC

Travel story: Dining and drama at Bustan NYC

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

It was a cold damp New York winter evening and plans for dining with my good friend Denise, at Bustan, a Mediterranean restaurant on the upper west side of Manhattan, looked like an inspired ...

Is tourism savvy enough to grab onto the Boomer market?

Is tourism savvy enough to grab onto the Boomer market?

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

More Babe Than Boomer. Marketers Miss the Mark

Hotels in Istanbul and Cappadocia: Blending Europe with the East

Hotels in Istanbul and Cappadocia: Blending Europe with the East

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

Istanbul

Greece: Travel and tourism 911

Greece: Travel and tourism 911

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

At a recent New York Invest in Greece Forum, segments of the Greek economy seeking financial investments were discussed by international c-suite executives in banking/investments, real estate, ...

Poorism: Is it tourism?

Homeless and ghetto tourism - a possible solution? Poorism: Is it tourism?

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

On a very recent and very cold winter night in Manhattan I layered up and went to a church on 22nd street to attend a Homeless Forum sponsored by two New York City Council members, Dan Garodnick ...

Space: The final frontier

Creating hotel spaces Space: The final frontier

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

When planning a business trip or a holiday adventure we may take a moment to look at the online brochure for the property or scan photos (lobby, rooms, dining) on a website; we may actually look ...

Hispanic and Jewish communities: The link between salsa, merengue and the hora

Travel to Latin American destinations Hispanic and Jewish communities: The link between salsa, merengue and the hora

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

When I received the invitation from the Office of the Israeli Consul General to attend a Latin music event, I was intrigued.

Wine tourism: Good wood does not make a great wine, it reveals it

Wine barrels: French or American ak? Stainless steel or cement? Does it matter? Wine tourism: Good wood does not make a great wine, it reveals it

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

From the soil and the vineyard to the bottle and the table, the humble grape has a complex journey.

Brand emotion: Travel and leisure are lowest performing industries

Brand emotion: Travel and leisure are lowest performing industries

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)
SLH low profile luxury

Hotel luxury SLH low profile luxury

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

There are approximately 520 Small Luxury Hotel (SLH) member properties located in more than 80 countries.

"As-tu mangé?" in Quebec

"As-tu mangé?" in Quebec

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

Quebec (Algonquin word kébec - where the river narrows) is a French-speaking city and as such comes with an expectation of gourmet dining, delicious wines and superb service.

Un-Cruise Adventures hires Richard G. Edwards as new Vice President of Sales & Marketing

Un-Cruise Adventures hires Richard G. Edwards as new Vice President of Sales & Marketing

SEATTLE, WA - Un-Cruise Adventures, a small ship cruise line based in Seattle, has hired Richard G. Edwards as vice president of sales and marketing.

Sleeping in a foreign country: Quebec

Sleeping in a foreign country: Quebec

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

I recently visited Quebec… it has been many years since my previous visit, and I had somehow forgotten that this destination requires the presentation of a passport and patience to endure the ...

Turkey c-suite tourism executives

Turkey c-suite tourism executives

By © Dr. Elinor Garely, Editor in Chief, TourismExecutives.com (a division of eTN Publishing)

Turkey is a world-class holiday destination! The tourism product is so well-developed that it deserves to be a priority for leisure and business travelers.


 


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