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Welcome Introductions Welcome Introductions What is expected What is expected Review Syllabus Review Syllabus Teamwork Teamwork Assignments & due dates Assignments & due dates Site inspections-sign up for groups Site inspections-sign up for groups
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Down load from blackboard Your responsibility to have a copy of the Syllabus Review Syllabus
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To Travel is the act of going from one place to another, usually a considerable distance.
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Motivators of Travel 1. Commerce - early motivator of travel 2. Romans - 1 st to travel on land on large scales. Their desire to discover/conquest resulted in massive road building. They also traveled for pleasure as well 3. Organized religion started many pilgrimages . 4. Marco Polo - 12th Century Popularized long distance travel & trade He was intrigued by the large abundance of food in the far east, in particular all the noodle shops. PASTA!
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Motivators of Travel 5. 13th century trade was the primary reason for travel WHY? magnetic compass maps 6. 14th century - Travel for cultural/artistic reasons became popular Columbus. 7. By the 17th Century The Pineapple became the official symbol of the Hospitality Industry.
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1. What are some of the early motivators of travel and who are some of the people that impacted travel? Answer 1.Trade 2.Commerce 3.Organized Religion 4.Marco Polo 5.Magnetic Compass
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Transportation Transportation Revolution Revolution
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Steamships 17 th /18 th Century connected Europe & Americas - Cruise liners Railroads England 1804 – comprehensive rail system Thomas Cook – 1841 Made arrangement for 570 people to go to a temperance meeting 1st travel agent Late 1800 USA
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Automobiles 1. 19 th century horses were for short distance, trains & ships for long distance 2. 1867 Bicycles were invented introduced at the Paris worlds fair of 1867. Paved roads were build for bicycles and surprisingly bicycle manufacturers made the first cars. 3. 1 st steam engine came from France Heavy tricycles powered by steam 4. 1 st gas engine came from Germany 5. Henry Ford- 1908, 1st model T His dream was that every family in America could own a car. Suburbs became popular around 1920’s
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Airplanes new form of Transportation Russia - 1914 British – 1919 Paris to London 1918 - USA Postal Service Concorde – 1977 London to NY
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Space Shuttle Transportation Russia – 1961 spaceflight U.S.A – 1981 SpaceX – Elon musk 2002
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9.8 miles (52,000ft)
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1. 1. 1 1 st st Inns Inns were probably private homes - Greeks-500 BC. No one knows for sure, 2. 2. Middle ages Middle ages Inns were built along highways Most likely of questionable reputations 3. 3. 17th Century 17th Century - Inns were well established in England & the Continent Important social & political gatherings The word “hotel” was first used in England -1760< Faethers hotel> 4.
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