Monthly Archives: March 2018
For a long time, the phrases “economy class”, “business class” have come into use. We often hear these words in completely different areas of our lives. “Economy class on the plane”, “business class car”, “economy class hotel” and the like. However, the meaning of new-fangled foreign terms is not quite clear to an ordinary person, an inexperienced resident of the outback.
What is an “economy class”
In fact, everything is simple. Economy class is a designation of something average, accessible to the majority. At the same time, average does not mean bad or poor quality. Continue reading
Often, instead of the usual words “hotel” and “hotel”, we hear a foreign “hostel”. What lies behind the fashionable foreign name? In order to answer this question, we turn to the literal translation.
Hostel in English means “hostel”. It would seem that everything is clear, however, we will not rush to conclusions.
In Europe, there are two types of hostels. The first one is, indeed, a hostel for the long-term residence of certain categories of the population (for example, our student hostels). Continue reading
Currently, the hotel business is very developed in almost all countries of the world. Hundreds of different hotels and hotels of different price categories are presented to the attention of tourists and potential guests. In order not to get confused in the variety and to be able to quickly understand what to expect from accommodation in a particular hotel, various classifications were invented. Unfortunately, due to national and cultural peculiarities, features of historical development and a number of other factors, a unified clear classification has not been adopted in the world today.
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