Why we need to study the history of tourist attractions to understand their success.
We are passed the mid-way point through the semester. Students should be digging deep now to start on their projects to have them finished in the time allowed. Their mid-term paper will be focused on developing two of their five criteria to evaluate their chosen attractions. The criteria are based on several sources, notably from [...]
Attractions have a lot of complicated parts, both intangible and tangible. They have a wider impact that many realize. A whole mess of questions in a complicated world. Attractions evolve from the three environments: socio-cultural, economic, and physical (natural and man-made). They take many forms and trying to define them can be a delicate journey. [...]
I have lived in a host of different cities, states and one country. The depth of knowledge about those locations various with experience. I love to get out and talk to people, and I've met some interesting people along the way. I love to explore and more than likely will get lost. I always find [...]
Understanding tourism goods and services can be deceiving. We can articulate that they have a tangible and intangible divergence. It is when we get into that thinking on higher and complex terms that it becomes blurred, complex and competitive. One can argue that a tourism's tangible products cannot be consumed until the prospective tourist evaluates [...]