Tag: movement

More to attractions than meets the eye…

Mom at Atlantic City

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…

Daily Prompt: Border (s) mean so much in tourism

Conemaugh River

The Johnstown Flood Memorial/ St. Michael, PA #SouthForkFishingHuntingClub #SouthForkDam #JohnstownFloodof1889 Border (s) exist on a map, in different geographic markings, and man-made signs to denote a boundary.  In tourism, boundaries are blurred more today than 100 years ago.  As tourist we are constrained only…

Sense of Belonging…

Outlander Season 2 EW photoshoot

So my tourism class has finished up for the most part motivation and I am sitting here reflecting on what we talked about.  I tried to convey to the students that they have to develop their own understanding of the functions of motivations for…

On the road again…

Jackson, Crocker and Bud the dog, in their 1903 Winton

On the road again…#tourism #tourismeducation #journey #historyoftourism

We’ve come a long way…baby…

Fairey Gannet XT752

 We’ve come a long way …baby.  That is in tourism.  No conversation in tourism can escape the history and development of the industry.  It is one of the oldest industries in the world, and will survive even in the hardest times. If you map…

Today we talked about tourism motivations…

A Futuristic Look Through Ancient Lenses: A Symposium on Ancient Greece

Why do we travel?  Why do we want to get away from it all?  It is different for all of us.  Our motivations are particular to each of us.  The key for the tourism destination, their marketing staff, and those part of the greater value…

This history of tourism…

Then and Now

Tourism and hospitality, travel has been around since man has emerged from the ethos and could walk on two legs.  We traveled for the basic necessities to survive in those early days, scavengers for food, fuel and shelter, companionship.   Those basic needs (physiological…

The Journey

journey

What is tourism, but a journey of the mind, body and spirit. In the actions that we accomplish to set out upon that path, whatever that might be, physical or spiritually, it is about choice. Our motivations are uniquely our own. Why we choose…