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Hotel Contactless Tech: What Will Stick and What Won’t?
Proxyclick Visitor Management System on an iPad. Proxyclick
Skift Take: Contactless technology is being adopted in hotels at breakneck speed to ensure safe operations. Not all tech is created equal though. Skift Research looked at what tech has the momentum to continue growing after the pandemic fades.
The best things to do in Albania
Although Albania emerged from Communist rule in December 1990, its process of opening up to the world has been slow, and it has been overlooked by even the most adventurous backpackers. Yet, sitting as it does the shores of both the Adriatic and Ionian Seas, between Montenegro and Greece, Albania has a lot to offer. It has stunning, near-empty beaches; ethereal mountains; a rich history. and budget-friendly prices. It’s hard not to be drawn in by this mysterious nation, the homeland of Mother Teresa. One week in Albania is a must for those wishing to explore one of Europe’s lesser-known locations, and here is what to see. Tirana — pastel colors and a deep history Photo: RussieseO/Shutterstock Start your Albanian sojourn in the pastel-colored capital, Tirana. Head to Skanderbeg Square where the great Albanian military leader George Castriot Skanderbeg is immortalized as a statue. Skanderberg is a national hero for the campaign he led against the rule of …
Abandoned Wizard of Oz theme park
This Wizard of Oz theme park, which opened for six days last June, is back again for the 2019 summer season. The Land of Oz park is located on North Carolina’s Beech Mountain and originally opened in 1970. It wasn’t as popular as expected, and the gates closed 10 years later, eventually gaining notoriety for its creepy abandoned status. But thanks to nostalgia, there seems to be renewed interest in Oz and this previously forgotten park. This summer, the park is launching a “Journey with Dorothy” tour experience in celebration of the classic film’s 80th anniversary. Dorothy herself leads the 45-minute tours, bringing visitors down the yellow brick road through the Land of Oz. Some guests may even be selected to play one of the film’s famous characters. According to the website, “On this adventure, you may see Dad ‘Putting ‘Em Up’ as the Cowardly Lion or Grandma cackling like the Wicked Witch of the West!” Photo: Land of Oz Tours will take place on Thurs…