Month: September 2022

During Chipotle’s Q2 earnings call in late July, executives made it clear the system needed to refine some of its operational processes as dine-in business returns while off-premise business remains elevated. In doing so, Chief Restaurant Officer Scott Boatwright touted the company’s Project Square One, a game plan focused on employee training to execute orders
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Get to know the locals on this delicious walking tour, where you’ll sample stinky cheese, cookies and artisanal bread. This new tour from Lonely Planet Experiences combines the expertise of Lonely Planet, Intrepid Travel and Urban Adventures to showcase the best things to do in Brooklyn, focusing specifically on the city’s unique flavors. Find out
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San Sebastián is THE BEST. We surf, SWIM WITH DOLPHINS,, eat amazing PINTXOS and party with LOCALS in Europe’s 2016 Cultural Capital, Donostia-San Sebastián. — SUBSCRIBE AND JOIN THE ADVENTURE! http://bit.ly/Vagabrothers — We’re Alex and Marko Ayling, vagabonds & brothers on a mission to explore the world through the people we meet. Stay curious &
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Subscribe for more videos► http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe T-shirts for sale here► https://migrationology.com/store/ Yoshiike Ryokan – I paid 77,760 Japanese Yen (at the time $708.16 USD) for 1 night for 2 adults, 1 baby and booked it here: https://www.booking.com/hotel/jp/yoshiike-ryokan.en-gb.html?aid=808668 (Not Sponsored, but this is an affiliate link) One of the greatest things about Japanese culture is the idea
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(CNN) — I have seen countries change before, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything quite like the change taking place in Saudi Arabia. It is not like the fall of Soviet Europe, nor the upheaval recently witnessed in Sri Lanka. Saudi’s change is deliberate, deep-reaching and dramatic. It is difficult to visit Saudi
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Salmon Falls Resort Ideal for those booking next summer’s seasonal adventure already, the stunning Salmon Falls Resort in Ketchikan, Alaska is an easy 90-minute flight from Seattle. Sporting plenty of outdoor adventure in its prime season of May – September, the resort lies right on the southernmost entrance to Alaska’s renowned Inside Passage. As a full-service waterfront resort offering
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Kentucky is famous for its bluegrass, horses, and bourbon. The bourbon trail is one of the most popular travel experiences in the US and millions of people visit each year to take in the wonderful experience one sip at a time. Here is some tourist and travel advice for the Bourbon Trail. How to get
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Over the last few years, the non-alcoholic scene has burst open. Pre-pandemic, non drinkers were largely relegated to sodas, sparkling waters, or Seedlip at select bars. In the last few years, the category has grown past its infancy and consists of a spectrum of sans-booze bars, from canned cocktails to zero-proof wines to no-proof spirits.
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As a woman who travels solo to do research, I’ve learned that there’s more to traveling safely than just being aware of my surroundings and staying away from sketchy hotels. Keeping one step ahead of identity thieves is just as important as keeping yourself physically safe. Whether you’re traveling alone, with a companion—or even with
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