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Hotel By Bwi Airport

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  • Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is an international commercial airport serving the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area in the United States.
  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists
  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication
  • A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite
  • In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth
  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services

Word Publish Test
Word Publish Test
FourSquare Perspective   Summary   The following data is derived from a data accumulated over the week of May 17 - May 24, 2010.  Data was captured for each FourSquare venue and analyzed by various segments.  These numbers are changing daily as more people sign up for FourSquare and more venues are added.  FourSquare also seems to consolidate significant venues on a regular basis.  At of the complete of this period of our research, FourSquare had over 4 million venues. Understanding FourSquare FourSquare plays on the growing trend for people to "lifestream" or document each an every moment of their life.  The tremendous growth of "status updates" in platforms like Twitter and FaceBook have now become "location" and "venue" specific with FourSquare.  A typical FourSquare "check-in" could be a member checking into their local Starbucks and leaving the comment, "Having my morning Latte Grande".  Why do people do this?  Some do it to "name drop" prestigious locations they are visiting; some do it to declare their loyalty for a venue, some just to let their friends know where they are.   FourSquare encourages this further by naming the most frequent visiting member the "mayor" of that location, and giving electronic "badges" for various activities.  For example, check-in to a bar several nights in a row and unlock the "bender" badge.  FourSquare has also recently allowed the owners of the physical venues to offer specials when people check-in, or specifically to the mayors.  As an example, Starbucks recently offered a dollar off for "mayors" of the various Starbucks venues.  There are currently 13,167 Starbucks in FourSquare.  While the numbers in aggregate look impressive, this is mostly a PR move in that it's really one offer to one person in each location. It could not have any significant impact on Starbuck's revenue. Tips by location.  Each venue can have tips associated with it.  Checking into a nearby location may spawn the pop-up "Since you are near ABC location, you should try ABC tip".  This seems attractive, but leaves us to wonder how long before tip-SPAM. Competitors is listed as the most direct competitor, but the real concern should be location services as part of FaceBook.  The ability to "Like" a physical location with some sort of ranking/leaderboard would erase the role of FourSquare overnight.  Other more purposed social media networks are also adding location.  Yelp, a popular "review" application added the ability to check-in to their iPhone app back in January.  That iPhone app alone has over a million users.     Venues FourSquare has 4,153,790 Venues and growing at approximately 38k/day.  Once obvious duplicates were removed there were about 3.85 million venues (as of May 25, 2010) Growth is occurring from the growing popularity of FourSquare, however people are also creating personal destinations for the fun of having these destinations in their profile.  For example someone may create the venue "Middle of No-where", "Tony's Apartment".  These are not that hard to identify since their number of unique check-ins are fairly low (usually 1 person).  The venues we want to watch are the ones with high number of check-ins, a high number of unique visitors, or a high ratio of repeat visitors.  Top venues checked in are Airports, then Sports facilities/stadiums, then tourist destinations.  Fact: Less than 2% of the venues in FourSquare have greater than 100 Check-ins # Venues by total Check-ins This chart is derived from a pool of 3,849,557 unique venues.       Top 100 Venues by Unique Check-ins Rank   Title                                                                                                                          Unique     State/Prov                                         &
In-N-Out "processed" with Instagram
In-N-Out "processed" with Instagram
First meal local in California on our trip out for Erin's wedding. So far 2 hour delay leaving BWI for tornado warnings, lost 2 bags, only got one back, and arrived at the hotel at 1:00am. Great service at airport Holiday Inn Express and wonderful hot breakfast buffet. Oh, and this cliche picture (edited with Instagram, lol) proves we ate our obligatory In-N-Out burger. It was delicious of course. Don't get me wrong, Five Guys still wins hands down. East coast for the win!

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