Hospitality Industry & Wine Tourism
Following is a list of topics, news, tourism and wine travel items I think you will enjoy:
A significant demographic shift will take place at the start of 2011 that could have profound effects on the travel industry.
Wine tourism means organizing travel around the appreciation of, tasting of, and purchase of wine. It is a kind of tourism highly developed in many regions around the world, and it can be as simple as hopping on a wine shuttle in Napa Valley or as complicated as renting a villa in the south of France for a month. Wine tourism is a great way to learn about the people, culture, heritage, and customs of an area.
Myth 1: “Online advertising is not for local businesses.”
Earlier this year, the California’s B&B Association (CABBI) asked travelers if they’ve ever stayed in a bed and breakfast, and if not, why?
Here is the top 15 list of the misconceptions they heard:
1) B&Bs are for old people and all have lace doilies, paisley wallpaper, antiques, patchwork quilts, floral décor and teddy bears.