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April 7th 2016 | How millennials will change travel by 2020
 

“The typical hotel experience today was designed for baby boomers. You walk in; someone greets you; and you stand in a line,” he said. “Millennials never stand in line, so this (procedure) will be disrupted. There will be no more lines, and the process of checking in, looking someone in the eye and answering the same questions you answer all the time will all change.”

 

Dorsey said the mobile device will be millennials’ sole point of communication with the hotels they use.

 

“It’s not just the check-in, but also it will be how I communicate if I want a drink or a towel or directions to the gym,” he said. “There won’t be a need for people-to-people conversation for millennials once they and hotels get accustomed to using that screen as a connection point.”

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What is an important drop?

A drop is the portion of the tablecloth which falls on all sides of a table and covers its corners.

When the drop goes beyond the knees and touches barely to the floor, that is identified as an important drop. 

What is a minimal drop?

A drop is the portion of the tablecloth which falls on all sides of a table and covers its corners.

When the drop goes barely beyond the corners of a table, we refer it to as a top for tablecloth.

When the drop reaches barely or to the knees, that is identified as a minimal drop.