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Boston Tourism Employment
[April 19, 2015 – 06:18 pm]
Boston Tourism Employment

People considering a career as a hotel manager can find employment and education prospects in Boston, Massachusetts. At 560, the number of jobs in Massachusetts for hotel managers is projected to rise 14 percent to 1, 260 jobs by 2016. Over the next 10 years, the national job pool is projected to rise by four percent, short of the state growth for hotel managers. In general, hotel managers plan, direct, or coordinate activities of an organization or department that provides lodging and other accommodations. Boston, Massachusetts photo by Ahonc State figures show that hotel managers…


Boston Tourism Association
[April 11, 2015 – 03:50 pm]
Boston Tourism Association

IRISH TRAVEL & CULTURE GUIDE SPRING 2013 March 2013 THE WORLDS COME TO BOSTON The Irish Step dancers have become the pride of Ireland’s cultural world. They’re t as a ddle, and like prized athletes, they exude discipline, commitment and hard work. Fierce in competition, they must have grace under pressure, performing on stage in a medium that requires technique and interpretation, strength of character and lightness of being, rhythm and posture. After thousands of hours of practice, and dozens of competitions each year, at the local, regional and national levels, over…

Boston Marathon Tourism
[April 10, 2015 – 02:48 pm]
Boston Marathon Tourism

By James Braver And Dov Shiloh Box cutters, pressure cookers, shoes, and backpacks. Not considered to be sophisticated weapons or technologies but these are examples of the weapons used to temporarily halt entire economies, prevent travel, and terrify millions in regions where terrorism strikes. Following the Boston Marathon Bombing, the hospitality industry was deeply affected as hotels were practically closed down in Boston and surrounding areas. Travel was impeded, restaurants closed and tourism ground to a halt. The hospitality industry is now faced with the painful truth…

Boston Tourism Aquarium
[April 6, 2015 – 02:06 pm]
Boston Tourism Aquarium

The New England Aquarium features a Giant Ocean Tank. Exhibits include: Sea Lions, Harbor Seals, Penguins, Fresh Water Gallery, Thinking Gallery and IMAX Theatre. The giant IMAX screen 65 high by 85 wide is taller than a six story building! The slight curvature of the screen extends to the edge of your peripheral vision. Amazing IMAX films will take you where you ve only dreamed of going! Join us for incredible journeys to the bottom of the sea, outer space, and almost anywhere in between. Through the magic of IMAX and IMAX 3D, you can visit animals and habitats that are too…

Boston Tourism June 2011
[April 5, 2015 – 01:52 pm]
Boston Tourism June 2011

November 14, 2011 Contact: Michael P. Quinlin - 617 696-9880 IrishMassachusetts@comcast.net For Immediate Release BOSTON TOURISM GROUP RELEASES NEW ISSUE OF TRAVEL & CULTURE GUIDE Boston Irish Tourism Association Travel & Culture Guide, Fall / Winter 2011 Photo by Vic Dvorak, A Christmas Celtic Sojourn (Boston) — The Boston Irish Tourism Association (BITA) released its Travel & Culture Guide (fall/winter issue) of Irish cultural activities in Massachusetts. The 28-page color magazine details upcoming holiday concerts, dances and theatre from November…

Boston Tourism one day
[April 3, 2015 – 12:44 pm]
Boston Tourism one day

We will leave Boston at 7:00am for Niagara Falls . Guests will have the option to take the famous Maid of the Mist boat tour* before we cross the border to visit the Skylon Tower . Opening Hours: Apr - Oct 24 | Duration: Approx. 20 Minutes Standard Hotel: Americana Resort & Conference Center, Ontario/Quality Inn Toronto East Airport In the morning, we will ride the Maid of the Mist and see a movie at the Adventure Theater . After, we will cross into Canada and head to Toronto, ON . We will tour this scenic city, stopping at the CN Tower, University of Toronto, Toronto…

Boston Tourism City Pass
[April 2, 2015 – 12:14 pm]
Boston Tourism City Pass

Home » Media Room » Media Release Archive » CityPASS Promotes Annie Allen to Director of Tourism Sales and Marketing Deborah H. Wakefield, APR 503.292.4418, deborah@citypass.com Note: Unless otherwise indicated, rates are in U.S. dollars. CityPASS Promotes Annie Allen to Director of Tourism Sales and Marketing San Francisco, Calif. (April 24, 2012) — CityPASS, the company that packages — at tremendous savings — the top attractions in 11 North American destinations, has promoted Annie Allen to the position of director of tourism sales and marketing. In addition, the company has…

Boston Tourism Companies
[March 25, 2015 – 09:38 am]
Boston Tourism Companies

ALways Follow the money! A weak financial and venture cap base to funnel new cash into growing companies has caused companies to look to BUyers or firms in other areas. simple. Also, San Diego was just a military town until tourism starting kicking it up and redevelopment of downtown. Add that to the thousands of New transplants added, many who are seeking a better quality of life, not a corporate job. Also, lets face it, there is no ivy leagure here and not that many world class colleges in the area compared to a Boston or NY.River Cruises Escorted Tours - Grand Circle Travel:…

Boston Tourism Report
[March 24, 2015 – 09:24 am]
Boston Tourism Report

The U.K. s most-read internet newspaper daily takes on the issues at stake for Internet freedom in the Drug War on Trial case. In the Guardian of London: Hacks hit in drugs war An American investigative journalist is being sued over his website s reports of drugs trafficking in Mexico. So what are the implications for freedom of speech? Sean Dodson reports Monday June 25, 2001 The Guardian In 1997, a notable Mexican billionaire, Roberto Hernandez, general director and majority owner of the National Bank of Mexico (Banamex) and one of the richest men in the world, picked up a…

Beacon Hill Boston Tourism
[March 23, 2015 – 09:02 am]
Beacon Hill Boston Tourism

From the golden dome of the State House to the elegant homes of Louisburg Square, the Beacon Hill tour moves along picturesque streets highlighting examples of the architect Charles Bulfinch and his followers. The second home Charles Bulfinch designed for Harrison Gray Otis in 1800. This Federal-style mansion is the only remaining freestanding home on Beacon Hill. See this site and many more on our tour of Beacon Hill . The 2nd Harrison Gray Otis House. Photo by Tom Coppeto 2007. Learn the story of Beacon Hill, from its rural beginnings to the vision of the Mount Vernon Proprietors…