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Choosing the Perfect Floral Decoration for a Hotel

When it comes time to order flowers for use in hotel decor, it’s important to make a choice that provides the perfect floral decoration. Aside from being concerned with convenience factors, such as flower delivery, there are other things to think about when planning hotel floral arrangements. Attractive decor makes the hotel lobby and other guest spaces look appealing and feel warm and inviting. Floral arrangements are an important part of creating such a space. The perfect floral decorations for a hotel complement the rest of the decor and can lend to the celebration of special occasions...
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Invitation to France – Local French Delicacies

Every region has its own piece of France that all unite to one and define French cuisine. Let’s take a quick guide through some of the most famous of the French cuisines that define certain regions. Would you like a glass of champagne? You can head over to the Champagne-Ardenne region in the northeastern most part of France. This is the birthplace of the world-famous wine but there is also more attached due to the cultural heritage and its cuisine. Furthermore, there are 8 lakes including the largest man-made lake in Europe, the Lake Der-Chantecoq. Also, the ancient house in Troyes, the Langres...
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Black Jazz Record’s Franklin, Keys, Burnett reunite in “Tribute to Gene Russell” at Barbara Morrison PAC

Former Black Jazz Records musicians Henry Franklin, Calvin Keys and Carl Burnett will be joined by George Harper and Bobby Pierce in  the “Heroes of Black Jazz, a Tribute to Gene Russell” on July 14 at the Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center in Leimert Park. Russell founded Black Jazz in 1971 to provide artists the opportunity to play alternatives to traditional jazz like funk, free jazz and soul jazz. The label closed its doors following Russell’s death in 1976. Los Angeles native Franklin recorded his first album, “The Skipper,” on Black Jazz in its first year and played bass on...
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New York City- Travel Tips – part II

After the first part of my recommendations from my last trip to New York City, it is time for a second edition. I hope you will enjoy it and you will follow my instructions! I encourage you to leave a comment and share your thoughts with us! Below, I continue presenting a list of places which you cannot miss while visiting New York with some images attached. These are must see attractions. The first part of my report you can find under: http://blog.epoquehotels.com/5158/new-york-city-insider-tips-part-i/ * Visit High Line – the New York City’s unique park which was built on a section...
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Epoque Hotel’s Sales Director at the London Marathon

James Napier, our valiant Director of Sales for the UK and Northern Europe, has participated at yesterday’s Virgin London Marathon 2011. There were approximately 36,000 people racing in this edition. It took James 5 hrs and 27 mins to complete the marathon’s over 26.3 miles, raising over £2000 for children’s charity. The winner is Emmanuel Mutai from Kenya, who, with just over 2 hrs 4 mins, won with the fastest time ever for the race. Epoque Hotels is very proud of James for contributing in this noble event. Bravo James!
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