Hotel Cleaning Supply
- (Cleaning supplies) Cleaning agents and small cleaning equipment used in the cleaning of guestrooms and public areas in the hotel.
- An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists
- A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite
- A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication
- a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
- In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth
Oreck OR101DC Premier Series Commercial Upright Vacuum With Dirt Cup
The Premier Series Commercial Upright Vacuum is designed for a wide variety of applications including hotels restaurants schools and more.Powerful 870-watt motor deep cleans in just one pass Heat overload protection system Reinforced fanErgonomic handle Teflex-coated outer cloth bagDirt cup design 50 foot long power cord with cord strain relief allows for 100 feet of cleaning area Aluminum roller brush with four bristle strips and double ball bearings 12-inch cleaning path Large rear wheels make transportation easy 6 position manual carpet height adjustment Chrome metal hood with V shaped motor vents Reinforced see-thru fan chamber for fast cleaning Metal on-off foot switch Metal foot release pedal made from hardened steel Metal bottom plate
Hotel El Crucero
"Crossroads Hotel" in Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, Mexico. It was a very pleasant little 2-star hotel ... clean and friendly ... and they served up a delicious plate of spaghetti. We were so hungry and it was so good, we both had a second portion!
Regrettably, we were running out of time in Mexico so we did not have time to see anything of Puerto Escondido or its famous beaches.
From Wikipedia -
Puerto Escondido (English: "Hidden Port") is a small port and tourist center in the municipality of San Pedro Mixtepec Distrito 22 in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. Prior to the 1930s, no real town existed. The bay had been used as a port intermittently to ship coffee, but there was no permanent settlement due to the lack of potable water. The name Puerto Escondido had roots in the legend of a woman who escaped her captors and hid here. The Nahuatl word for this area was Zicatela, meaning “place of large thorns." Today, it refers to the area’s most famous beach.
Puerto Escondido is one of the most important tourist attractions on the Oaxacan coast. It caters to a more downscale and eclectic clientele than neighboring Huatulco, mostly surfers, backpackers and Mexican families. The main attractions are the beaches, from Zicatela Beach, which hosts major surfing competitions, to beaches with gentle waves. West from the town is a large lagoon area popular for fishing and birdwatching.
The area around Puerto Escondido had been inhabited by indigenous peoples for centuries, but no towns of any size were established during the pre-Hispanic or colonial eras. The bay was known as Bahia de la Escondida (Bay of the Hidden Woman) due to a legend associated with this place. The story states that a fierce pirate by the name of Andres Drake, brother of Sir Francis Drake, anchored his ship in the bay when the area was completely uninhabited, in order to rest for a few days unmolested by authorities.
Some weeks before, he and his crew kidnapped a young Mixtec woman from the village of Santa Maria Huatulco and took her prisoner. While in the bay, the woman managed to escape the cabin in which she was being held, and being a good swimmer, jumped overboard to get to shore and hide in the jungle just beyond the beach. Since then, the pirates referred to the woman as “La Escondida” (the hidden one) and every time the ship returned to these waters, the captain ordered his crew to search and area around the bay, however, they never found her. Hence, the area became known as the Bahia de la Escondida.
At the beginning of the 20th century, it was known as Punta Escondida (Hidden Point), then later, Puerto Escondido. At that time, it was just a small fishing village that intermittently was used to ship coffee. Back then, Puerto Escondido suffered from a lack of potable water, despite the fact that the Colotepec River ran nearby. This caused people to settle someplace else. Some did stay, including Nazario Castellanos and Escolastica Valencia, who were the night watchmen for the nearby coffee plantations and considered to be the town’s first residents. There was no real town until the 1930s, when Puerto's activity as a port was more firmly established.
Puerto Escondido belonged to the municipality of Santa Maria Colotepec. However, eventually the residents petitioned to change jurisdiction to another nearby municipality, San Pedro Mixtepec, which was granted in the 1940s.
From the 1940s to the 1960s, a church was constructed and the first school was built. Wells were eventually dug to alleviate the water supply problems, and generators bought to supply electricity to the pumps and the few streetlights. However, there were still problems getting needed outside supplies such as sugar. These commodities only arrived when a merchant ship entered the bay to sell its wares. Sometimes, this would not happen for months. Residents got by with local products such as fish, poultry, iguanas, chicken and turtle eggs. After the Sol de Vega road to the capital of Oaxaca was constructed, this problem was alleviated somewhat.
In the 1960s, Highway 200 was built, connecting Oaxacan coastal towns with Acapulco. Surfers and other tourists began to find the quiet beaches around Puerto and tourism began to flourish. Its function as a port diminished as coffee began to be shipped by truck. Other infrastructure added included those to supply the area with potable water, a small airport where the Rinconada is now, mail service and some government offices. However, in the 1970s only about 400 people lived in Puerto.
With time, Puerto Escondido’s importance as a tourist attraction increased, with hotels and resorts being constructed. For many years, restaurants were almost exclusively in “palapas” (thatched roof shelters) with fishermen preparing their catches; however, these have mostly given way to modern tourist facilities. Currently, Puerto Escondido is one of the most important tourist sites on the Oaxacan coast.
The community of Puer
Schwarzer Bock Hotel - Wiesbaden, Germany
My second stay at this hotel. Anxious for my third. As I left, I was given a paper explaining the 522 year history of the hotel. I scanned it and corrected most typos. Here it is:
522 years of the Radisson SAS Schwarzer Bock Hotel
Martin Luther, the Christian reformist, was only three years old and America had not even been discovered by Christopher Columbus when the "Hotel Schwarzer Bock" (black goat hotel) in Wiesbaden was founded in the year 1486. The hotel is the oldest business in the city of Wiesbaden.
1800 years ago the Romans had their settlement, Aquae Mattiacorum, in the quarter where the health springs are located, stretching along the Langgasse from the Kranzplatz to the Mauritiusplatz. The Langgasse and the Kirchgasse are ancient Roman roads and the historical Roman bath system is still concealed under the Kranzplatz. Nowadays the curators of monuments regret that a lot of modern buildings have been constructed over these elegant baths.
Roman gravestones and bricks were also discovered during construction work in the cellar of the Hotel Schwarzer Bock. Ruins of a Hypocaustum, a Roman floor heating system, were unearthed as well.
The Romans were wise enough to make use of the hot springs, but in the times that followed during the conflicts between the Alemannic and the Frankish tribes in the 3rd century A.D., much was destroyed and partly forgotten. The luxurious bathing customs of the Romans cannot be compared to those of the Middle Ages. Life in the Roman baths took place on an entirely different level, while over 1000 years later landlords prepared hot baths from the spring water for their guests in order to earn a small extra income.
In those days, all the tiny houses around the Kranzplatz were probably very similar to each other in their appearance: One storey high and half-timbered, with gables, a yard, livestock,and gardens. The figure 1486, the earliest date the "Hotel Schwarzer Bock" is mentioned, is inscribed in the door of the bar in today's Radisson SAS Schwarzer Bock Hotel. Wiesbaden's bathhouses however were mentioned already in the 14th century.
And how did the "Schwarzer Bock Hotel" get its name?
We want to avoid being too scientific, since the ingenious vernacular of the common people is usually correct in such cases: The first proprietor of the bathhouse was the mayor Phillip zu Bock. Because he had black hair, his house was referred to as the "Schwarzer Bock". In 1486, the year of its founding, Wiesbaden had a population of 36 citizens.
It was customary at that time to name the houses after their owners. Only since 1450 the landlords used so-called inn-signs carrying the appropriate emblem. Thus the "Schwarzer Bock" had a sign hanging over the street showing the head of a black goat.
Other bathhouses had eagles, stags, swans, lions, and the like on their signboards. Otherwise little is known of the bathhouses in Wiesbaden in those days.
Chronological point of-reference: At this time the Turks besieged Vienna.
In the 16th century the small town of Wiesbaden suffered great damage by fires which also destroyed the "Hotel Schwarzer Bock". It is mentioned in historical documents that Hermann Burg rebuilt the house in 1578. Then the Thirty Years' War came; during that time imperial troops as well as Swedes, French, and Spaniards passed through Wiesbaden and the officers were accommodated in the bathhouses. The "Schwarzer Bock Hotel" was a special favourite for the billeting of soldiers. Plundering, murder and incendiarism were the order of the day.
At the end of the war there were no more than 51 citizens in the small town of Wiesbaden. It is hard to imagine the poverty in those days.
For a long time thereafter, the surviving inhabitants were unable to recover from the terrors of the war. The properties lay vacant, bathhouses were no longer required; who of the 51 people should be interested in bathing? And foreigners were no longer coming to visit anyway. Not until Count Johann restored the "Schwarzer Bock Hotel" along with other houses. But it was not until the year 1662 that we learn of the "Schwarzer Bock Hotel" being in operation once again: It had even been provided with two baths for the public.
Chronological point of reference: At this time the English were buying New Amsterdam from the Dutch and renaming it New York.
Ten years later Wiesbaden had once again to suffer, this time under the movements of the French troops of Louis XIV. Because of this, Count Johannes was constantly concerned about the welfare of his possessions. The town was fortified with trenches, towers, and gates. When he died in 1677 the worst ravages of the Thirty Years War had been set to rights, and the Hotel Schwarzer Bock is found in the list of bathhouses.
The Hotel Schwarzer Bock was redecorated in 1712 and in the same year it was enlarged by the acquisition of a pub named Rindsfuss (c
hotel cleaning supply
Stearns - Mark 11 Disinfectant Cleaner 10 .5 oz Packets/Box - Sold As 1 Box
Disinfectant is a phosphate free, pH neutral formula for cleaning, deodorizing, disinfecting and reducing cross contamination on treated surfaces. Cleans, shines, deodorizes and disinfects hard, nonporous surfaces while inhibiting growth of mold and mildew. When quaternary based formulation is used on environmental, inanimate, hard surfaces at 2 ounces per gallon of water (850 ppm disinfectant concentration), it provides broad spectrum kill. Mix each pack with one quart water. Cleaner/Detergent Type: Disinfectant; Application: Floors; Walls; Sinks; Counters; Toilets; Tables; Chairs; Telephones; Applicable Material: Hard Non-Porous Surfaces; Chemical Compound: N/A.
Disinfectant is a phosphate-free, pH-neutral formula.
Cleans, deodorizes, disinfects and reduces cross-contamination on treated surfaces.
For use in hospitals, nursing homes, schools, food establishments, factories, office buildings, hotels, transportation terminals and athletic facilities.
Cleans, shines, deodorizes and disinfects.
For use on hard, non-porous surfaces such as, floors, walls, sinks, counters, toilets, tables, chairs and telephones.
Includes ten express packs of ten 0.5 oz. packets of disinfectant.
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