- Sunday Confessional
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- HAPPY EASTER / PASSOVER
- Good News Everybody!
- We Need a New Law. . .
- Pie Guevara’s Friday Free-For-All
- Justice… Pffft
- San Francisco Losing Millions of Tourist Dollars thanks to the Homeless
- California Infecting Dallas?
- Letter From Sean Morgan – Chico City Council
Category Archives: Lodging
In a wired world there seems to be no end of websites one can peruse for hotel reviews. But whether gushing or caustic, you should take what you read with a grain or a bag of salt, depending on the … Continue reading
Who is the hotel employee that is most responsible for making sure your stay is pleasant? Hint: it’s not the bellman. When you travel on business you may not even see hotel housekeepers if you leave early and return in … Continue reading
By all accounts, the on-going economic meltdown has been the most punishing to hotels since the 1930s. Interestingly, it seems that some independent hotels and smaller chains with less uniform properties such as Kimpton and Joie de Vivre have … Continue reading
I operate a hotel booking service for self-employed business travelers, those who work for small firms, and for people at large companies who are not required to use a designated corporate travel agency. A question I always ask a new … Continue reading
Janice Hough is a Bay Area travel agent who writes a very useful and readable blog under the Tripso banner. She recently published one I really liked concerning the use of conference and meeting rates at hotels. This would also … Continue reading
Opening Sunday, 30 November, is Sacramentos newest hotel: the Citizen Hotel. Ive been looking forward to this moment for a long time. With the debut of the Citizen Hotel, Sacramento now has a 198-room boutique hotel with character and style … Continue reading