Monthly Archives: July 2021

Eight overlooked benefits of payday loans

While payday loans are known to help people fill short-term gaps in their finances, there are actually many other benefits. Basic features are often overlooked, which could make people believe that they are not a viable option. However, we are here to tell you about some positive aspects of payday …

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Station Casinos plans new casino hotel in southwest Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – For over 20 years, drivers have walked past the sign on the vacant lot near the west side of South Durango Drive, just south of Ring 215. The sign announces a new complex and casino, and construction is expected to start soon. Jason Nichols, owner of …

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Payday Loans Online: What You Need To Know

It’s hard to know what life has in store for you. But adults have probably faced unforeseen or urgent expenses once in their lifetime, and they will likely agree that it is sometimes difficult to keep up with such expenses, especially if they arise during times of financial hardship. Take, …

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The association of hotels and restaurants elects its new president

The Hungarian Hotel and Restaurant Association (MSZESZ) elected Csaba Baldauf, manager of the Kolping Hotel Spa and Family Resort near Lake Balaton, as its president effective July 15, according to a report by state news wire MTI. Baldauf will replace Támas Flesch, who will remain honorary president of the association. …

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La Ponche Hôtel Restaurant Saint Tropez, by Fabrizio Casiraghi

After an eight-month renovation led by Milan interior designer Fabrizio Casiraghi, the smallest five-star hotel in Saint-Tropez is ready to welcome new and old clients. The 21-room hotel (including five suites), now merging the perfect blend of southern Mediterranean La Dolce Vita with the infamous luxury coastal town of the …

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SAOTA’s ‘la reserve’ hotel complex wraps around baobabs in dakar

designed by SAOTA, ‘la reserve’ is a proposed hotel complex inspired by its site on the outskirts of dakar, senegal. the masterplan, which consists of a series of smaller buildings, is planned around existing baobab trees in an effort to establish a dynamic and poetic connection between architecture and nature. …

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HOOSER: Time for the moratorium on hotel / resort development

As a former Kaua’i County Council member, I have largely resisted falling into the role of an armchair quarterback. Today, however, I will venture a little down this path. Council Chairman Arryl Kaneshiro and his six colleagues appear to have done a decent job during their tenure so far: avoiding …

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