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Friday, 17 July 2015

Luxury Hotels Beach Resorts

Distinguished by masterly architecture and exemplary interior design, the beach hotels introduced in the pages of this lavishly illustrated coffee-table book are the ultimate refuge for those needing respite from their hectic lives and everyday routines. Whether well-established names or hidden gems, the reader is presented with a visual tour of Oceanside resorts that range across the continents and around the world - luxurious places where tastefulness and simplicity are often valued over richly decorated formality.



Martin Kunz writes six Trendcity Guides per year for the architecture and design magazine Atrium and has edited several books in teNeues' architecture and design (aNd Guide) and Cool Restaurant series.
Martin Nicholas Kunz


1) A great book - This book is a very valued item to my collection. If you like to see great pictures of resort styles, this book will definitely not disappoint . 

By Jacobus Brummer on October 27, 2012

Link to BUY – Luxury Hotels Beach Resorts

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Top Hotel

The illustrated specialty for hotel management.

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Thursday, 16 July 2015

Hotel State College and Company Gift Card

The Hotel State College and Company gift cards are great for any occasion!

The Hotel State College and Company is at the heart of downtown state college and is for great dining, exciting night life, warm hospitality and the most unique accommodations in downtown State College.

Hotel State College gift cards deliver three unique dining experiences in one card, putting the "where do you want to eat?" question in the hands of the recipient! Redeemable for merchandise or services at The Allen Street Grill, The Corner Room, Bill Pickle's Tap Room and Zeno's Pub, our gift cards are available in any denomination and never expire.


  • Located at 100 W College Ave State College, PA 16801.
  • Redeemable at any of our Hotel State College family of establishments.
  • Free shipping on gift card orders!

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Wednesday, 15 July 2015

StreamTrail Marche DX-1.5

The Marche DX-1.5 is an ideal every-day bag. Constructed of heavy-duty tarpaulin with a PVC waterproof coating. A roll-top enclosure ensures that all of your belongings stay clean and dry. An easily cleaned bag that is also suited for storing wet and dirty hiking, biking or camping gear. Includes a mesh inner pocket and a unique shoulder strap with a quick release/quick adjustment feature.


  • PVC-coated Tarpaulin.
  • Imported.
  • 32.5 centimeters high.
  • 50 centimeters wide.
  • Waterproof - quick submersible.
  • Roll-top enclosure.
  • Quick-release, quick-adjustment should strap.
  • 24 liter capacity.
  • Inner mesh organizer pocket.

Link to BUY – StreamTrail Marche DX-1.5


Monday, 13 July 2015

More Ketchup Than Salsa: Confessions of a Tenerife Barman

When Joe and his girlfriend Joy decide to trade in their life on a cold Lancashire fish market to run a bar in the Tenerife sunshine, they anticipate a paradise of sea, sand and siestas. Little did they expect their foreign fantasy to turn out to be about as exotic as Grimsby on a wet Monday morning. Amidst a host of eccentric locals, homesickness and the occasional cockroach infestation, pint-pulling novices Joe and Joy struggle with 'Brits abroad' culture and learn that, although the skies might be bluer, the grass is definitely not always greener. Dubbed 'Little Britain with a suntan', "More Ketchup than Salsa" lifts the lid on the morning-afters as well as the night-befores of life in a busy holiday resort. This is a must-read for anybody who has ever dreamed about jetting off to sunnier climes.



Joe Cawley is a freelance travel writer and is a member of The British Guild of Travel Writers. He has written for the Sunday Times, the Guardian, the Independent, the Observer, the New York Post and Conde Nast Traveler amongst many others.

Joe Cawley is an award-winning travel writer and author. He's medically compelled to travel to alleviate sporadic bouts of island fever that leave him with a nasty rash and an uncontrollable urge to shout obscenities at the top of his voice.

His work has been published in The Sunday Times, New York Post, Tapei Times, Conde Nast Travel and many others. His first book, More Ketchup than Salsa, was voted Best Travel Narrative by the British Guild of Travel Writers.

Joe lives in the hills of Tenerife, one of Spain's Canary Islands, with his family and an assortment of other wildlife. The goats are no relation, despite rumours to the contrary.
Joe Cawley


1) Insightful and Hillarious - I would defy anyone who has ever lived in the UK, or anywhere else that is often cold, wet and rainy, not to say that they have had a secret yearning to change their life by heading for a life abroad. Every years, millions of us make the cattle class journey to European resorts and we watch the Brit's who have made it, those who live permanently in our holiday destinations, with envy, thinking `what if`. But, is the grass always greener in the sun? Of course not, it's usually non-existent, the landscape can be barren and you definitely don't get the manicured countryside that I love about Britain.

In More Ketchup than Salsa, Joe had me laughing so hard that I spilled a cup of tea all over the bed. His tale of travelling from Bolton Fish Market to Tenerife Costa del Bognor opens up the can of worms that most of us never even consider when we are sitting sipping coffee on a terrace and dreaming. His daily battles with cockroaches, the local mafia, animals and the never ending variety of people that stepped through his door, was the wake up call I needed to think again about what it was I might just do if I ever decided to take the plunge and live abroad. This is the perfect book to take on holiday with you especially if you are already planning to make that move.

By Linda Parkinson-Hardman on August 9, 2012

2) Fun read for anyone who has dreamed of chucking it all and opening a bar - First off, I would say this book is NOT about Tenerife per se. If you're looking for a travel guide, this is not it! However, I enjoyed it very much. It's more of a "fish out of water" tale that will entertain anyone who has experience with tourism.

By Dia Adams, The Deal Mommy on June 18, 2012