A person traveling away from home for less that 24 hours is called a a traveler

A person traveling away from home for less that 24

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3. A person traveling away from home for less that 24 hours is called a: a.traveler b.tourist c.excursionist d.domestic traveler e.any of the above is acceptable 4. The size of the U.S. tourism industry in 2006 was forecast by TIA at about: 5. As tourism has grown globally, it has become: 6. International tourist arrivals have: 7. In 2006 the biggest number of total world tourist arrivals was experienced in: France, Italy, and Germany. a.Canada, United Kingdom, and the United States. b.France, Spain, and the United States. c.Japan, Germany, and Italy. d.Japan, United States, and Canada. 8. Many industry analysts predict that global tourism will: 9. Referring to the previous question what will most affect tourism’s future?10. Which of the following is not an approach to studying tourism?
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11. Disadvantaged rural and ethnic areas in the United States: a.usually have little to offer tourists. b.might possibly benefit from tourism. c.have extraordinary good prospects to prosper from this business. d.can use tourism to diversify and improve their economic base. e.are often so unique that they have a great future in tourism.
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