Early Travel & Tourism

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The word tourist implies both travel mobility and often suggests a modern context. But the neither the US, or British, or even Western society was the first to produce tourists. There were many tourists traveling the brick roads of ancient Rome, complete with guidebooks, souvenirs, bathing-beauty beaches and other tourist traps. Then, as now, tourist travel revolved around comparing culture and seeking pleasure. Viewing tourism throughout history is like taking a package tour of the past, illuminating the tourists’ experience through the alternatives they seek while traveling. 1 post 1 comment! Wednesday, October 07, 2009 10:58 PM
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Unformatted text preview: Module 6 Page 1 Module 6 Page 2 Module 6 Page 3 Module 6 Page 4 Module 6 Page 5 On Nile current flows North and winds blow South = Good for travel Module 6 Page 6 Module 6 Page 7 Module 6 Page 8 Marco Polo Module 6 Page 9 Module 6 Page 10 Module 6 Page 11 Module 6 Page 12 Module 6 Page 13 Module 6 Page 14 Module 6 Page 15 Module 6 Page 16 George Westinghouse - Paid vacation time Module 6 Page 17 Module 6 Page 18 Module 6 Page 19 Module 6 Page 20 Module 6 Page 21 World became smaller in peoples minds Module 6 Page 22 Module 6 Page 23 Module 6 Page 24 Module 6 Page 25 Module 6 Page 26 Module 6 Page 27 Module 6 Page 28 Module 6 Page 29...
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This note was uploaded on 10/08/2009 for the course LEI 2317 taught by Professor Lane during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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