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Hyatt at the Bellevue Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Review

The Hyatt at the Bellevue is a 172-room hotel situated in a building replete with history, both good and bad. Construction of the structure began over a century ago, in 1902. Two years and $8 million (in 1904 dollars) later, the Bellevue-Stratford Hotel opened its doors and quickly became Philadelphia’s “it” hotel, achieving landmark status soon thereafter.
While Thomas Edison designed the building’s lighting fixtures, he wasn’t the only distinguished personality …

4 Tips to Protect Your Privacy Online

Recent legislation allowing Internet service providers to sell customer data such as geolocation, browser history, and other personal information means that anyone using the Internet has to take matters into his own hands. It’s especially important for those who travel frequently to feel secure in their browsing habits, which is why we’ve outlined some important measure to ensure security and privacy online.
1.) Browse in private mode
If you simply want to …

Priority Pass Adds Restaurants at Sydney Airport

Priority Pass Adds Restaurants at Sydney Airport

Priority Pass, the airport lounge program operated by the Collinson Group, announced the addition of Kingsford Smith International Airport in Sydney, Australia, to its portfolio.
Holders of a Priority Pass card will be entitled to dine at any of seven restaurants with a dining credit of 36 Australian dollars ($26.70). If the member enjoys guesting privileges, each guest will also receive the credit.
There are three restaurants in Terminal 1: Benny Burger, …

Lobby Bar – May 5: Pasta’s Worst Enemy, a Blast from the Past, Cognitive Toys, and Shrinking Planes

The Lobby Bar – A Finely Blended Mélange of Travel News and Reviews, Now in Pill Form
Bored? Perhaps Just hungry. Join Jonathan Spira for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, and find out why Mr. Spira was inspired to create his own show, “Jonathan and the Concession Stand.” Hint: it’s because he spent more time there than with the audience.
Stuck in the past. Jesse’s back in his …

Lobby Bar – April 28: In-Flight Yelling, a History Lesson with Samuel L. Jackson, and Interborough Piggybacks

The Lobby Bar – A Weekly Digest of Travel News and Reviews, Best Taken With Lactaid
Pulp progress. Join us in celebrating English Language Day this week. Today we learned that English became the most spoken language on Earth shortly after Pulp Fiction was released in 1994 because non speakers of the language were fearful that Samuel L. Jackson would bust into their homes and demand “English, mother****er, do you speak …

Europe Goes ‘On Sale’ for the Summer

A spate of terrorist attacks, changes in government, and the looming exit of a major nation from the European Union have brought about an unlikely benefit for travelers: Europe, at least for Americans, is on sale.
Now is the time to start thinking about a European vacation this summer and, in the event you are contemplating the purchase of a new car, considering European Delivery from Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, or …

Lobby Bar – April 21: Canadian Coffee Regulations, When Airlines Go Wrong, and Jesse the Canine

The Lobby Bar – Travel News and Reviews Summarized by Donald Trump’s Ghost Writer
New venture. It’s time to test your knowledge of airline slogans in our new quiz. Our favorite slogan, “Fly with the Talking Moosehead,” is used by Fawlty Airways, the airline founded by hotel owner and entrepreneur Basil Fawlty.
Trust us. Hey, you, with the terrible password. It’s time to change that thing. We recommend using a complex series …