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Travel Through the Eyes of College Students - People have many different views about what traveling means to them and their rationale behind their travels. I set out to discover how these views about traveling and rationale differed between college age adults. I decided to research this topic because I am interested in how those in similar circumstances to mine, such as age and schooling, have differing mindsets when it comes to travel. I wondered what reasons college students have for traveling and what their perceptions of the definition of travel were....   [tags: Travel ]
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Air Travel Industry Q&A - 1. Consider the air travel industry’s microenvironment. Using Figure 3.1, indentify the main companies and other organisations forming the microenvironment. Microenvironment is the factors that impact to organisation ability to serve its customers. In air travel industry, microenvironment can be say that is • Suppliers: Transport industry need vehicle to serve its customers, thus Boeing and Airbus, aerospace company, are main suppliers of air transport. Moreover, serving meal is one of its services that provided almost every flight....   [tags: Air Travel] 786 words
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Security Summary and Travel Recommendation: - The Nigerian city of Lagos has a high threat of crime. Limited manpower, a lack of vehicles and widespread corruption have crippled local law enforcement. As a result, travel in Lagos requires vigilance and diligent consideration of security measures. As it is a large urban area, travelers should take the same precautions they would in any other major metropolitan area. In addition, adhere to the following risk mitigation strategies to be able to safely conduct business. Rely on transportation provided by local contacts....   [tags: Travel Security] 1716 words
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The Future Of Civilan Space Travel - Space is a frontier that mankind has sought to concur for many years, but up until now if the average person entertained the idea of venturing into space within their lifetime they would not have been taken seriously by most, if not all, reasonable people. However, within the last few months several events have taken place that may lead that reasonable person to rethink his position on the matter of, privately funded civilian space travel. All this is now possible because a few people who shared a common goal gathered together and decided to further their cause for the benefit of all mankind....   [tags: Space Travel Astronaut] 1358 words
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Outgoing Travel Organization Business Plan - Outgoing travel is an organisation based on the idea of fun and freedom. If you are part of a society, club, international society or just a group of friends, they make it easy to organise life changing trips to destinations and events throughout the UK & Europe. They organise day trips, weekend breaks, events and festivals and many other exciting ventures for anyone with a sense of excitement and fun. Where is the company located. The address of a local outgoing travel organisation is located below: 25 Brunswick Rd Manchester, Greater Manchester, M20 4QB Tel: 0161 610 2000 The company’s main objectives....   [tags: business plan, travel,] 1436 words
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Analysis of Hazlitt's Article on Travel - Analysis of Hazlitt's Article on Travel Hazlitt's article on travel advocates the benefits of solo travel within one's own country. His affection for travel is strong. He calls going on a journey "one of the pleasantest things in the world". Hazlitt stresses that solitude while on a journey is a must, saying "nature is company enough for me", and "I am never less alone than when alone". Hazlitt insists that sharing in the experience of nature with a companion takes away from the sensory experience of it....   [tags: Literary Analysis Travel Essays Papers]
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Significant Developments in the Regulation of Air Travel - In December 1903 at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, Orville and Wilber Wright were successfully in their attempt to fly a heavier that air contraption. This event was labeled in history as the “birth of aviation”. The flight occurred in a field which did not have a paved runway and only enough room to take off and land. Additionally, they had no lights or terminal. More importantly they had no regulatory governing body to oversee operations (Young & Wells, 2011). There are various events through history of Air Transportation which have led to the advent and development of the aviation oversight program in the United States....   [tags: Air Travel]
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Travel in Mexico - Day One Tour of Chichén Itzá Chichén Itzá is located within the jungles of Mexico and Guatemala and extending into the Yucatan peninsula lay the mysterious temples and pyramids of the Maya people. The ancient city whose name means "in the mouth at the Itzáe's Well", was, in its time of grandeur (between 800 and 1200 A.D.), the centre of political, religious and military power in Yucatán, if not all of South-eastern Meso America. While Europe was still in the Dark Ages, the Maya people had evolved the only true writing system native to the Americas and were masters of mathematics....   [tags: Mexico Guatemala Descriptive Travel] 1130 words
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The Role of Travel - Travel is an effective way to experience other nations and their cultures. Open minded traveling allows people to immerse themselves in the culture of foreign nations. But, there are some forms of travel that revolve around a different mindset, a mindset in which the goal is to impose your culture on another’s culture. Examples of this negative imperialist type of travel are the travels of exploration done by Christopher Columbus’ in the Americas and, American soldiers in Vietnam, depicted in Francis Coopla’s film “The Apocalypse Now: Redux.” The negative effects of other forms of travel include the travels of migration to London by Caribbean’s in Sam Selvon’s The Lonely Londoners....   [tags: Traveling Sociology]
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Time Travel - Time travel is feat thought by most to be impossible. After all time travel is what many science fiction movies are made of. Let us not forget such movies as “Back to the Future” or “The Time Machine.” Yet unlike those movies time travel is not necessarily fiction. “We are in our own time machines, our hearts are pumping blood, we're breathing, we are existing through time (at least until our own personal time machines seriously malfunction).” (Need help citing this!) Still surrounding this topic is a series of theories, and surrounding these series is a number of flaws....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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time travel - For many years time travel was the stuff of science fiction. This was all just part of the world’s imagination until recently. Scientists now believe that the current laws of physics allow us to travel though time. They believe that we can now travel back to see our founding fathers sign the declaration of independence. We could travel to 2999 to witness the birth of the next new millennium. Such travel would require a machine capable of withstanding great pressures and incredible amounts of speed....   [tags: essays research papers] 2705 words
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The Romance of Travel - The Romance of Travel Romance, as it confirms human agency with regards to understanding the world and organizing one's existence, is an enabling genre. Northrop Frye identifies "romance" in its questing, adventurous, persistently nostalgic, and "perennially child-like quality" as the "nearest of all literary forms to the wish-fulfillment dream" (186). Arguably, many of the texts that we have examined over the course of the term can be understood as (more or less) participating in the affirmative conventions of romance in the ways that they show men and woman turning travel into a journey....   [tags: Manfred Byron Essays Papers Traveling]
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Time Travel - Time Travel First of all, to give you a better concept of time I will use a personal theory of mine. When you look up at the sky at night, at the stars, what are you seeing. Do you think that collage of stars actually exists. Most of them do not. When you look at the sky at night you are seeing the past because it takes an obscene amount of time for the light from those stars to reach earth, and in that time those stars may have disappeared. It works both ways. When an inhabitant, if there is one, on a planet around the star that you are looking at looks at our sun he is also seeing the past....   [tags: Physics] 677 words
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Travel Writing - Travel Writing Gardenstown is a small, secluded village on the East coast of Scotland. It is one of three villages eking out an existence below the cliffs along this north facing Aberdeenshire coast. It is found clinging to the terraced ledges that descend the steep south-east side of Gamrie Bay. Its breathtaking mountain walks charm visitors of all ages. This picturesque place is one which women worship, men adore and children love. Gardenstown simply has something for everyone....   [tags: Papers] 482 words
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Travel Writing - Travel Writing Oh no. my headscarf had slipped off my head. People were staring. I felt a women pinch my shoulder. She said something in another language I didn't understand. I hate this place, I thought, and I was only in the airport. I hadn't been to Iran for seven years. The last time I had been there I was about eight, and I could barely remember anything. All I knew was that this was a place where women wore headscarves and the place where alcohol was invented. We squeezed through the moving wall that was people....   [tags: Papers] 926 words
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Travel Writing - Travel Writing "Wow!" I gasped as I stood amidst a flurry of foreign buildings, culture and language. This wouldn't have normally been so blatantly clear, but I was right in the middle of the bright and ethnic 'Prague Folk Festival'. Prague celebrates a variety of carnivals throughout the year, ranging from classical music concerts to 'Tanec Praha', a modern dance festival. CHURCH OUR LADY OF TYN Click Picture to enlarge. Although the festival may have been bright and joyful, I still couldn't ignore the menacing buildings behind....   [tags: Papers] 1758 words
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Travel Writing - Travel Writing As I stepped out of the aeroplane, the heat hit me. You can always feel it straight away when you go some place warm. Anyway, I began walking towards our bus, pushing my suitcase trolley along with a squeak every time the front right wheel made a complete turn. I approached the bus and a random man seemed to come from nowhere, took the cases, and just threw them into the little hatch under the bus. He had an extremely unusual serious look on his face. I just left him to it and got on....   [tags: Papers] 581 words
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Time Travel - Frank and Phil were two very smart kids. Very expensive colleges accepted them in 6th grade, they would have gave them a full ride also. Then one day they thought up this great idea to accomplish. It was to build a time machine. So the next couple days they thought up plans to build this great machine. That was three years ago. Now they are in 9th grade and they are still working on it. Hopefully they will have it done in the next couple months. But if they get it done it will still have to work....   [tags: Creative Writing Examples] 804 words
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Travel Writing - Travel Writing Monday 16th of December, 4 pm. I got out of the plane and walked down a glass tunnel, disappointed. During the whole trip, I was imagining that it would just paradise. A bright blue sky, exotic birds, multi-coloured pelicans, coconut trees everywhere and the pulchritudinous sea. I was wrong. The airport was at least ten miles away from any town and more than fifty miles away from the sea. The only thing that was true was the sky’s cyanosis and lividness and it kept my hopes up that I would soon be putting my feet in the Pacific Ocean....   [tags: Papers] 480 words
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Travel Agent Career - Travel agents facilitate customers to find out best possible travel arrangements. They recommend destinations and make arrangements for the hotel accommodations, car rentals, transportation, and tours for customers. Travelers may book tickets at their booking offices. Additionally, specialty travel groups and resorts use travel agents to endorse travel packages to their clients. Nature of Work Travel agents are expected to know about various destinations. They should be able to advice travelers and guide them to choose their destinations....   [tags: Career Description] 958 words
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Wormholes and Time Travel - Time travel, is it possible. For now no, but wormholes could make it a reality. Wormholes are a much unknown part of the universe they have been theorized to be used for time travel based on Einstein’s theory of relativity, which states that any mass curves space time. If they are found to be used for time travel they could cut down the amount of time needed to get to another universe and would create great leaps in science. Furthermore, wormholes are the key to more advanced space travel and maybe even time travel....   [tags: Astronomy ]
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Changes in Air Travel - INTRODUCTION The terrorist attack of Sept 11, 2001 significantly changed the landscape of air travel. Congress put in place mandates to screen all checked baggage and improve passenger screening procedures. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) was chartered to oversee these changes. The major obstacle was old antiquated equipment that was unable to handle the demand which resulted in a significant delay in time it took to process passengers. With the recovery of the airline industry since the attack the challenge is how passengers move through the airport quickly and efficiently....   [tags: Logistics]
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The Quality Query of Time Travel - Since the beginning of time itself, man has been dreaming of time travel. The current model of physics shows no obvious doubts towards the possibility of time travel, which leaves many questions (“Quantum Time Travel”). If the quarrel for time travel holds any truth, how will man manifest the means of going about it. Before the theories set forth by the men and women in the scientific community can be understood, one must have at least a general knowledge of the basics behind quantum mechanics, as well as the estimable; Einstein’s, theory of space-time....   [tags: Scientific Research ]
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Retrocasualty in Time Travel - “Can the future affect the present, and can the present affect the past?”(1) This is the question posed by the philosophical concept of retrocasualty – the product of time travel to the past. Time travel has been a common staple in science fiction writing, so many of its explanations owe their origins to tales of protagonists discovering its often confusing implications. Many people may already have a great understanding of a few hypothesized behaviors of time travel due to popular media, such as Back to the Future, Star Trek, and many other works of fiction....   [tags: Science ]
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Spier's Travel Agency - Abstract An organization functions from the mission statement and the organizational structure. These functions helps to make a company move smoother within departments, which is assigned to individuals that are responsible for overseeing that part of the organization. The organization is responsible with living out the purpose of their mission statement. The organizational structure reflects from the operative goals to help the organization function accordingly. Operative goals according to Daft, “are performance goals, resource goals, marketing goals, employee development goals, productivity goals, and goals for innovation and change” (p....   [tags: Organizational Structure]
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The Beginnings of Commercial Air Travel - The First Commercial Flight “The first commercial flight in the United States occurred in Florida on Jan. 1, 1914, when Tony Jannus flew A. C. Pheil the 21 miles across the bay from St. Petersburg to Tampa in a two-seat Benoist at an altitude of 15 feet” (McDowell, 1995). It was no doubt an amazing breakthrough in the way that travel would be conducted from that very moment on. From 1783 when Jean Pilâtre de Rozier ascended about 500ft in a balloon and traveled approximately 5 ½ miles in 20 minutes (infoplease.com) to the dawn of the St....   [tags: Technology, American History]
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Political Themes in "Gulliver's Travel" - In Gulliver’s Travel, a novel written by Jonathan Swift, there are many political themes and satirical descriptions of the English government. During Swift’s time, the early 1700s, the Tory government and the Whig government opposed each other. Hoping that they would appoint him to the Church of England, Swift joined the Tories, but he was not appointed to the position by the Queen. When Tory government was in trouble for treason with the French, the Whig government took over, and Swift left politics to publish Gulliver’s Travel to show the disagreements between the two parties and between the Protestant English and the Catholic French, who did not agree on religious values....   [tags: Classic Engligh Literature] 1257 words
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The Truth of Time Travel - Although the science fiction of time travel can easily be analyzed in “The Time Machine,” the story line itself is of great importance. It can be compared to the human race as a whole, and how we view people in the modern day. Of course this is clearly seen in the novel, after the Time Traveler experiments with his machine, where he travels through time itself. During the Time Travelers first use of his machine, he travels to the year 802,701 A.D. On this journey, he discovers a society of people who he calls Eloi....   [tags: Science Ficiton] 502 words
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Being Prepared While Traveling - During the late 1700’s and on through the mid 1800’s, many people traveled west to help populate the new territories and states that were open for development. The journey that these many people took along the trail known as the Oregon Trail was a long and treacherous one. Traveling from Independence Missouri to the end of the Oregon Trail in Oregon was over 2000 miles and over many different mountain passes making it a long and dangerous journey. Through the many hardships the Oregon Trail travelers had to overcome proved that preparedness was extremely important then, and with today’s travelers....   [tags: Travel]
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Sail Away - How many people are tired of vacationing in the same DRAB place. How many people are looking for some excitement, new experiences, and a chance to travel the world without depleting your life savings. Cruise ships have always been a luxurious get away from the daily CLUTTER of society. Since, the first transatlantic cruise in the 1900‘s, over 1 billion passengers have set sail for the high seas and half of those passengers are frequent ones. Today, I want to share the insider secrets to why cruising is the best vacation ever and only an experienced cruiser would know....   [tags: Travel] 1294 words
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A Lifetime Odysessy - The average human being never leaves the continent they were born on. In fact, most never travel beyond their own country. My aunt has been to eight countries on four continents. She's crossed above the English Channel and below the Berlin Wall, tasted a glacier in Antarctica and toasted Bastille Day in Paris. And yet, she doesn't consider herself an adventurous person, asserting that she dislikes the “process of traveling”. Adventurous or not, Bethany has already experienced more of the world than many ever will....   [tags: Travel] 1042 words
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Traveling in the Amazon - Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION Traveling in the Amazon is the dream of millions of people from around the world, and the book you hold in your hands will help you accomplish the easier, happier and more affordable trip than you had taken in your life. Obviously, there are still many people when referring to the Amazons; they immediately relate it with nightmares and wild adventure full of adrenaline with piranhas, anacondas and other species unknown to us. However, modern advances on technology have brought the Amazons closer to you, and the days connecting the Amazons trips to horror movies were left behind....   [tags: Travel] 2372 words
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Leisure-Cruise Industry - The main entry barrier is the high capital requirement. It is difficult for new companies to enter the cruising industry because of the financial resources needed to purchase a ship and the high cost of maintaining and managing the ships. There are a few cruise shipbuilders in the world so the purchase prices are high. The market is dominated by a few major companies which makes it difficult for a new operator to enter the industry. A third barrier is switching costs. Cruise line companies offer their existing customers membership programs with deals and discounts, which make the customers reluctant to switch to a different company with higher rates....   [tags: Travel]
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The Great State of Utah - Utah is the 45th state in the USA. It became a state on January 4, 1896. The abbreviation of the state Utah is UT. Salt Lake City is the capital of Utah. Salt Lake City is also the largest city in Utah. Utah is the 13th largest state in the USA. Utah’s total population is 2,223,169. Utah is the 34th most populated state in the US. Utah’s major industries are oil, natural gases, mining coal, copper, iron ore, silver, gold, steelmaking, farming cattle, sheep, dairy products, and tourism. Utah’s major rivers are Colorado River and the Green River....   [tags: Travel ]
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Holidays in Albania - Have you ever thought about having exciting and incredibly cheap vacations. Albania might be the right choice. According to My Travel Guide, Albania is ranked the fourth among ten places worth visiting in Eastern Europe (“Top 10 Eastern European Destinations”). One can encounter three kinds of vacations in this Mediterranean country: winter, summer, and cultural. The ideal places to spend your winter vacations are the Albanian Alps. They are situated in the northern Albania, where tourists have discovered amazing mountains, landscapes with isolated charm-full valleys, and ancient traditions....   [tags: Travel]
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Las Vegas vs. The Bahamas - When planning a vacation, travelers must first decide where they want to go. Choosing whether to go tropical or not is fun. There are many things that the traveler should waiver when making the decision on his/her destination. Take traveling to Las Vegas vs. the Bahamas. These are two very different places and each will require the right amount of research and assessment on the traveler’s part on as to why they would like to journey there. Las Vegas is a very exhilarating place to visit. Very close to the Grand Canyon, it is nestled in the Desert Mountains of Nevada....   [tags: Travel] 1783 words
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Tokyo, Japan - People rushing around with a sense of urgency and leisure to their given destinations, the succulent smell of delicious food gently floating through the air, city lights rebounding off of building windows against the scene of the setting sun. This is a scene in Tokyo, Japan and given the chance to visit any place in the world, Tokyo is on the top of that list. I would travel to Tokyo because it's one of the biggest, most high tech, most exciting, and its appealing rich culture. The first reason Japan intrigues me is its immense size from the city landscapes to the country side scenery....   [tags: Travel] 814 words
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My Trip - experience to go places and see things where something historical or amazing happened, or to see a view so wonderful that I cannot even grasp its beauty. When I travel I have enormous amounts of me time. It’s nice and peaceful. I can lose all my worries in the many different and beautiful places I visit. The most enjoyable and extensive trip I have taken so far was in 2001 when I was ten; I traveled all over the USA for five weeks. Everything about the trip was enjoyable. Even getting ready was enjoyable....   [tags: Travel] 1141 words
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The Perfect Place for Departure - The Perfect Place for Departure The scenic beauty and vast historical background of Charleston makes it an ideal location for cruise ships to embark from. It is both beneficial and lucrative for Charleston to have a port for ships. Historic downtown Charleston is known for its southern hospitality and caters to the needs of non Charlestonians, thus making it appealing for those attending a cruise. “Home to the Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, as well as exquisite dining options, amazing beaches, shopping and countless historical sites, this charming seaside southern city is a fantastic destination in itself!” (Cruise Network) The trip to the port is a vacation in itself, even before setting sail to the Caribbean, or another tropical location offered by the cruise line....   [tags: Travel]
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Only One Can Be Chosen - Around 8 million tourists visited Hawaii in 2007 while a trifling 82 million visited France in the same year. Kole, a young boy of 17, found this information while trying to decide where to go for his senior trip. He longed to get out of the small, cold town of Rigby and travel someplace that was different and would spark his interest. The brilliant sun of the Hawaiian Islands was pulling his attention in and was bound not to let it go, but that was the mindset for anyone who lived in the cold weather; that is to obviously go somewhere warm....   [tags: Travel]
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See Some of America's Finest Wonders in Wisconsin - As one of the northernmost states in the central United States, Wisconsin has a unique climate that has given the state some of the most fascinating natural features found anywhere in the country. These natural features have contributed to the cultural and historical development of Wisconsin in such a way as to ensure that visitors will find Wisconsin to be a great destination. All in all, a wonderful vacation awaits anyone traveling to Wisconsin. Wisconsin's Natural Attractions If you love beautiful lakeside vistas, then you will definitely want to make a visit to Geneva Lake part of your itinerary....   [tags: Travel]
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Travel and Tourism in Stalin’s Russia - The nature of travel and tourism in Stalin’s Russia presents modern historians with a unique and utterly ambiguous concept. Travel and tourism under the Soviet emerged as a strictly regimented pursuit, which in line with the rest of Stalin’s Russia, came under heavy scrutiny and strict control, though it was strongly encouraged from the 1920s onwards and became officially regarded as a type of sport in 1949. The seemingly simple practices of leisure and travel under the Stalinist model presents readers with a paradox; as a system based on the labor theory of value, the USSR emphasized production as the foundation of wealth, personal worth, and the path to a society of abundance for all....   [tags: Russian Studies]
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Mass Transit: The Future of American Travel - Mass Transit: The Future of American Travel In today's day and age, an increasing urgency must be put on the issue of transportation and its relation to society. Man owes it to himself to address the issue of transportation with practicality and, as one of the biggest polluters, ultimate discretion. One of the most practical and responsible forms of transportation available today is mass transit. However, a problem is present in American society in that mass transit is not as plentiful as it should be....   [tags: Transportation]
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Air Travel: It May Not Be As Enjoyable, But It Is Safer - Air travel has come a long way in a relatively short time. Advances in technology and engineering have propelled this industry to unimaginable heights. Advances also have provided for an affordable, reliable, and safe mode of transportation. In the past decade air travel has become a target for terrorist to prove their endeavor at gaining the world’s attention and attempts to prove their points of view. The attacks of September 11, 2011 and others around the world have proven how real these issues are and America has taken up the fight in this arena....   [tags: National Security ]
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The World Travel Guide - The World Travel Guide The World Travel Guide is not of a very high quality. The paper is thin and easily torn; although from the front page it looks appealing. There is little use of colour in the World Travel Guide but there are relevant illustrations. Ease of Access The World Travel Guide is very easy to use although the print is a little small and may be difficult to read for some people. The tourist destinations are listed in alphabetical order and are easy to find. The continents are colour coded to make the guide simpler to use....   [tags: Papers] 778 words
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Online Travel Industry - Online Travel Industry Internet travel bookings have been very prosperous these past couple of years. During the first three months of 2005, Internet travel bookings grew about 20 percent in the United States from the year earlier. Companies like Expedia, Travelocity, and Orbitz are putting more emphasis on selling to corporations and expanding in foreign markets. Travel has become one of the Web’s most developed categories. According to comScore, “online leisure travel bookings reached about $51 billion last year, or 44 percent of all online sales....   [tags: essays research papers] 313 words
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Is Time Travel Possible? - Is Time Travel Possible. Time travel has always fascinated humans. The idea of being able to change the past or the future creates infinite possibilities. The most common form of time travel is through the use of a time machine, although in some cases, characters with mystical powers can transport others in time. The subject of time travel has been brought up in various blockbuster movies, such as Back to the Future series, the Terminator trilogy, and even Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure.4 In the literary world, some well-known writers have written about time travel, including H.G....   [tags: Space Back to the Future Science Fiction Essays]
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The Challange of Space Travel - The Challange of Space Travel The reasons for space travel are countless. Population growth is a major problem that could be helped if space travel led to discovering potentially viable living environments other than Earth. Currently, the population is doubling every 35 years and may speed up with increased technology (1). There is a vicious cycle of poverty, lack of education, and corruption that is already occurring in third world countries due to the population. A second problem that could be helped is a direct result of the first....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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Travel Agency Supply Chain - Supply Chain in the Travel Industry The travel industry is an industry that is in constant change. It is the type of industry that must change with the times, including how it conducts business, how it sells its products and services, and how each link of their supply chain works and connects with the rest of the chain. While each brick and mortar location and travel website are similar to their counter parts, each one has a varying supply chain they use in order to get their product and services to the customer....   [tags: Operations Management] 1233 words
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Concepts of Time Travel - Concepts of Time Travel Some people live their lives focused on the present. Then there are those who constantly look ahead, striving to achieve greater things in the future. Regardless of how you look at life, one thing is the same for all of us: time. Time is a train that keeps on chugging no matter what; we are all on this moving train whether we like it or not. What if it was somehow possible to get off the train and board a slower train where time moved slower. Since the train represents time, you age slower on the second train....   [tags: Papers] 738 words
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Technology - Progress of Interstellar Travel - The Progress of Interstellar Travel           The (un)likelihood of extraterrestrial       visitation is probably one of the       most debated aspects of the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis, the answer being       an essential component to the validity of the ETH. After all, the assumed       unlikeliness of interstellar travel has become the cornerstone of those       who resist the ETH as an explanation for UFOs. So, does extraterrestrial       visitation necessarily require all sorts of "unlikely" science, or is it       possible to accomplish interstellar travel using conventional wisdom....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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The Impact of Travel on the Evironment - The Impact of Travel on the Evironment Human history has been defined by movement and expansion, as humans slowly moved throughout the globe. Even after humans had populated the entire world, humans continued to travel for many reasons: war, trade, adventure, and religion. It would seem that the human species is filled with inveterate travelers. Throughout history, those nations and civilizations that had the best modes of transportation seemed to have a real competitive advantage. The “northern barbarians” who savaged and conquered much of Europe in its early history, the Greeks, the Romans, and eventually all of Europe in the age of Exploration dominated because they had superior transportation....   [tags: Environment Environmental Pollution Preservation]
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Miss Stroop's Travels: Blogging as an Educational Activity - Where is Miss Stroop going. This is sort of a spin off from NBC’s Today show segment, Where in the World is Matt Lauer. Before travelling, I will ignite excitement and curiosity about my secret travel plans by using our school’s televised morning announcements. A week before summer vacation, I will give one clue per day to intrigue students and to keep them guessing. Middle school kids love a good guessing game. For example, on Monday: The current president of this country received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1987 for his work to help stop civil wars in several Central American countries....   [tags: education, travel,] 547 words
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Travel Writing: Romantics to Newspaper - Travel Writing: Romantics to Newspaper After reading various works from Romantic travel writers such as Gilpin, Wordsworth, Goethe and others, I was interested in how their writings' conventions have changed when a different medium is used. Every Saturday the local newspaper, The Edmonton Journal, has a section that is strictly dedicated to travel destinations and topics pertaining to travel. Appropriately named "Travel," this section describes exotic locations for tourist and travelers. Its articles contrast the Romantics' description of the environment by having less emphasis on the picturesque and sublime, more focus on historical background, and greater detail in the lives of people living there....   [tags: Analysis Literature Traveling Essays Papers]
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Web Design for Travel Sites - Introduction The first thing that comes to mind on hearing "a compelling website" is "a beautifully designed website with hues of colours and images" a piece of art. That is exactly the first thing that came to my mind when I sat down to design the website. A couple of weeks later I was probably more elated than Leonardo Da Vinci would have been after completing his master piece. The website was adjudged 4th in the Asia Pacific region (Region 10) IEEE Web Design Contest 2003 in the first time entrants’ category… that isn’t as bad as it sounds… Almost half a decade later the website is absolutely the same… not due to my artistic brilliance… but because it just didn’t work out… Lessons learnt… The website discussed above is by no means an e-commerce website but the rules of the game (with regards to creation, development and sustenance) with or with out the commerce tag, remains similar....   [tags: Website Design] 1065 words
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Land Travel in the 17th Century - Land Travel in the 17th Century Barbara Blaugdone traveled a great deal, using her faith and drive to spread her message across England and Ireland. In England, she traveled well over a hundred miles, in Ireland she traveled over two hundred. She also made several voyages by sea. Her travels must have been long and difficult, as she faced not only the everyday dangers of the road but the dangers of persecution and imprisonment as well. Many Quakers traveled in her time, following God’s will and spreading their message across many miles....   [tags: European History Essays]
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Impact of Travel on Culture and the Environment - Impact of Travel on Culture and the Environment Travel and mobility play indispensable roles in our lives as modern Americans. Their largest impacts are seen within cultural realms: airplanes, automobiles, trains, and, to a lesser extent, boats allow fast and easy transportation to virtually all parts of the world. Such easy access to the inhabited portions of the planet has facilitated face to face meetings with family, friends, and colleagues living in distant parts of the world; the ability to move quickly and efficiently from home to work or school; and the ability to visit exotic locations for brief, recreational purposes....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]
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Travel Restrictions to Cuba - The US travel policy restricts Cuban-Americans to travel to Cuba once every three years. Some agree that this attacks Family Values. Others agree with the travel restriction. Many feel its the only way to stop funding the Communist Dictatorship. Recently a policy is the US travel restrictions to Cuba. The policy has many restrictions, But the most controversial states that Cuban American citizens may visit Cuba only once every three years( Farley and Thale, pg.1 ). The Policy represent a tightening o f the US embargo against Cuba( Farley and Thale, pg.1 )....   [tags: essays research papers] 569 words
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Travel and Tourism Into the Future - Travel and Tourism Into the Future Continued Growth Over the last 20 years there has been a significant growth in: 1. UK residents visiting overseas 2. Overseas residents visiting the UK 1. UKresidents visiting overseas In 1982 there were 20.6 million visits overseas by the UK residents. By the year 2002, the number had tripled to 54.9 million. Even in 2001 when global terrorism had a big impact in world travel, UKresidents visits abroad continued to increase at 2.5%....   [tags: Papers] 1298 words
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Women Travel Writers - Women Travel Writers After my own presentation, I wanted to dig a little deeper and see how women travel writers were representing nature in the 18th century. I wondered if the women's descriptions differed far from the men that I studied in my presentation. I want to focus on Dorothy Wordsworth (William's sister), Ann Radcliffe and Helen Maria Williams. I'm curious to know if they were guilty of over-representing women in landscape and nature scenes. At the very end, I'll put in my two cents about the gendering of Nature....   [tags: Gender Femininity Literature Essays]
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Travel as Experience in Jane Eyre - Travel as Experience in Jane Eyre In his essay "The Progress of Error" William Cowper writes: Returning he proclaims by many a grace, By shrugs and strange contortions of his face, How much a dunce, that has been sent to roam, Excels a dunce, that has been kept at home. (Buzard 99) In the novel, we are presented with the tale of Jane Eyre and her travels around the English countryside. What she has seen and done are not considered extraordinary but rather common to a woman of her social standing....   [tags: Jane Eyre Essays]
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The Physics Of Water Travel - The Physics Of Water Travel Plumbing is something all of us take for granted. We use it everyday freely and never think about how exactly it woks. Why can water travel up through pipes defying gravity. How can all that pressure be stored that always seems to be waiting for you at the very moment you turn on the faucet. How does water accelerate and slow down without much external help from us. These questions are often unthought of but are very interesting. To understand how plumbing works we must understand some basic principles of water flow....   [tags: Plumbing Science Essays] 1117 words
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The Development of Travel and Tourism - The Development of Travel and Tourism 1. Changing Socio-Economic Circumstances:- The first changes in socio-economic circumstances were when the industrial revolution took place. People were moving from the rural countryside into the bigger towns and cities to find regular employment in the factories, mills and mines. All over England work places were shutting down for a week (wakes week this was called). They were taking a paid holiday which was the first big break for most of the working population....   [tags: Papers] 583 words
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Travel Writing - Non-Fiction - Travel Writing - Non-Fiction Burnley born un' bred. Believe it or not, I'm actually quite proud of my home town. I'm also a loyal supporter of Burnley F.C, taking excessive amounts of time and money to travel the length and bredth of the country watching the mighty Claret and Blues - loyal or stupid. Oh how I often wonder . . . And here I am now, sitting in the Bob Lord Stand watching the Worthington Cup tie between Burnley and our neighbours Blackpool. The game isn't so enthralling....   [tags: Papers] 724 words
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The Geography of Travel and Tourism - The Geography of Travel and Tourism Djibouti is a late 19th century city with a distinctly Arabic feel. It boarders the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea between Eritrea and Somalia with a total area coverage of 23,000 sq km. Attractions include the lively central market (Le Marche Central) which is located near the Mosque, and many local bars and restaurants, also worth seeing is the tropical aquarium which has exhibits from the red sea and is open daily. Djibouti lies within a geological feature known as the Afar Triangle, which is one of the hottest and most desolate places on Earth....   [tags: Papers] 1321 words
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Rockets and Space Travel - Rockets and Space Travel Flying into orbit, at times, seems just an ordinary event. We have been launching objects into orbit for several decades now. Over time, it seems that the knowledge of the first attempt to send an object into the atmosphere was lost. One lone American was very absorbed into the science of this very thing. He had an obsession about him. John Goddard spent endless hours trying to perfect a small rocket launch. Though it sounds simple, lighting a fire underneath a small projectile, and make go in a straight line toward the heavens, is very detailed orientated....   [tags: Space Research Rocket Papers]
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Personal Narrative - Travel Writing - Personal Narrative - Travel Writing I took a final look around my room to make sure I hadn't forgotten anything. Feeling depressed, yet eager to go home, I walked out of the room lugging my suitcase behind me, as I carefully closed the door. I entered the elevator sorrowfully. I pressed the button to go to the lobby where I would be able to check out and hand back the key. The door opened and I stepped outside, still dragging my immensely heavy suitcase. I strolled to the reception desk and gave the receptionist the key with the number '319' accurately engraved on the gold key chain....   [tags: Papers] 824 words
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Travel Writing in the Lake District - Travel Writing in the Lake District I had dreaded the day that my Duke of Edinburgh would come around once more and now I was two days into my expedition. The first two days had been cold, wet and windy in the heart of the Lake District. The English Lake District National Park is 885 square miles in size, the largest of the 11 national parks in England & Wales, containing over 1800 miles of footpaths through some of Britain's most beautiful countryside. I am sure that we were going to cover at least over half of the area....   [tags: Papers] 1175 words
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Travel Writing Dubai - Travel Writing Dubai The monotonous hours on the plane ended as I walked to the bus which drove the passengers to the airport. The cool Dubai breeze hit me for the first time like a strong scent coming from the perfume section of Marks & Spencers and I forced my mood to alleviate as I was now no longer tightly squeezed into the torturing seats of the plane. With one earphone piece in my right ear, listening to music, I tried to avoid the screeches of the young children and toddlers being awoken from the eight hour flight and being carried down to the bus....   [tags: Papers] 831 words
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My Travel Marketing Strategy - Introduction There are many elements to developing a marketing strategy. However, each element of a marketing strategy should in essence add customer value to the products or services being offered. Indeed the main purpose of marketing management is to bridge the gap between the multiple divisions of an organization and the internal and external business environment. The marketing management is accountable for various activities such as product development, promotion, pricing and distribution decisions, as well as market segmentation and marketing research (Briggs, 2001)....   [tags: Business Marketing] 1971 words
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George's Travels To France - The information enclosed in the document will ensure you George, to have a pleasant experience during your stay in France, the benefits in my experience far outweighs any negatives but to make you aware of the consequences which may coincide with your North American culture, my advice would help you to break through the consolidation phase. The enclosed France specific communication and culture issues you may be likely to encounter during your starting days while you establish yourself in France....   [tags: Travel]
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gullivers travel - I want to outline in this essay some of the ways in which Swift's texts - in particular the shorter prose works and the poetry concerned with the female body - take up and make explicit contradictory philosophical positions. Much time and critical effort has been spent attempting to trace some unifying philosophical thread through the maze created by these and other of Swift's writings, when such a thread may be elusive to the point of vanishing altogether.1 It seems possible that one cause of this critical need to establish consistency in Swift is the influence of Postmodernist thought, which tends to cause a conditioned response to eighteenth century literary works in which the instinctive move is to look for that which totalizes, compartmentalizes, reveals a master narrative or supplies a clearly defined linear teleology....   [tags: essays research papers] 2873 words
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Full Body Scanners Do Not Lead to Safer Travel - Why should anyone including my 3-year-old daughter unnecessarily be exposed to cancer causing X-ray beams in a full body scanner. Or have a total stranger run his or her hands up and down my daughter's body for a full pat-down upon refusing the scan. Most enraging is that the scan can be done without my knowledge. Full body scanners should not be used in United States airports. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), on November 20, 2010 implemented the use of 385 scanners, otherwise know as advanced imaging technology in 68 airports to include Denver International Airport....   [tags: Airport Security Terrorism]
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Defense Travel System - Paying the Way - Defense Travel System - Paying the Way This integration portfolio project is an applied project in the implementation phase of the Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Its' purpose is to analyze the process used to convert one travel pay system to another. It will depict the planning, implementation, maintenance, functional aspects of Defense Travel System-Limited (DTS-L) and obstacles the team overcame to prepare United States of Army Europe (USAREUR) for the migration to the full web-based version of Defense Travel System (DTS)....   [tags: Papers] 3498 words
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Post-War Developments of Travel and Tourism - Post-War Developments of Travel and Tourism Since the Second World War, which ended in 1945, the worldwide travel and tourism industry had grown so much that it is considered as the largest industry in the world. In the past 40 years the developments of the industry has been shaped by a number of factors. These factors can be divided into four categories, which are: * Changing socio-economic conditions * Developing technology * Product technology * Changing consumer needs Changing Socio-economic conditions This is the term given to the combination of social and economic factors....   [tags: Papers] 2841 words
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European Travel and the Spread of Western Ideology - European Travel and the Spread of Western Ideology Humans began their existence as travelers, slowly making their way across the earth hunting and gathering. This travel was quite slow and gradual, and could be termed a period of “human expansion”, as traveling groups rarely encountered other humans. It really wasn’t until the sixteenth century that a new kind of travel developed, a kind that was more global, occurred rapidly, and was filled with many encounters with other civilizations. This sort of travel signified not simply the spreading of humans across the earth, but more the spreading of ideas among people....   [tags: European Europe History]
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The Jet Engine and Leisure Air Travel - The Jet Engine and Leisure Air Travel Air transport for European tourists got off to a shaky start in the late 1920s.But it was to be thirty years before leisure air travel was to appeal to anyone but the rich and adventurous. High cost, fear of flying and the absence of toilets in early airliners (an unfortunate combination) were the main deterrents; the unpressurized aircraft of the inter-war years were noisy, slow and not especially comfortable despite the efforts of some airlines to make aircraft cabins resemble the first-class state- rooms of an ocean liner....   [tags: essays research papers] 5675 words
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Writer Versus Persona in Travel Literature - Today it seems that writers consistently strive to find a relationship between the hero and the audience, hoping to spark more interest in their readers or viewers - most of the time this is achieved through the retelling of their own personal experiences, a story that was told to them, or, possibly, a fabricated story with a main character that the audience can easily relate. That being said, many pieces this semester revolve around the notion of the writer and the persona, particularly in travel literature....   [tags: Comparative Literature] 881 words
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