Hotel or Modular Hotel?

The next time you stay in a Marriott or other hotel, it may have been manufactured in this innovative way using a modular construction where each room was built offsite and then put in place piece by piece by crane.

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This is not necessarily new.  Cruise ship companies, for example, have been using modular construction for years, having portions of the ship built in various locations (under presumably better conditions) and then shipped in and put in place.

Now, if perhaps, they accidentally put me too close to the elevator, could they just “move” my whole room instead of me having to just move myself?  😂

TripIt Pro: Like a Helping Hand for Travel

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Other than a representation of the world’s oldest cell phone (pane three), Tripit tracks your trips and helps you organize your life.

There’s enough you have to keep track of when traveling.

  • What gate are we flying out of?
  • Am I boarding at 4:20 or is the plane leaving then?
  • What is the address to the hotel?
  • Did I rent from Hertz or Enterprise this time?

Tripit has been around for a while and seasoned road warriors (and their admins) love it. Continue reading “TripIt Pro: Like a Helping Hand for Travel”

Three Cyber-Security Threats To Avoid While Traveling

No question that the proliferation of digital devices multiplied by the amount of data that we share online or in the cloud creates additional opportunities for us to lose control of our sensitive information or even risk privacy leaks that put us at risk.

Here are three security risks you can avoid while traveling this holiday season: Continue reading “Three Cyber-Security Threats To Avoid While Traveling”