Marian Goldberg
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  • Rutherford, NJ
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Are you connected to the tourism/travel/hospitality industries or travel media in any way? If so, please specify how (kindly include any relevant company names/Web sites!).
Travel Public Relations, Marketing, and Content Creation: I handle media relations for Tobu Railway Group; Tokyu Hotels; Nikko, Japan and parts of Tokyo City. I also do various freelance projects for other food, drinks, and hospitality PR agencies. I contribute to Jax Fax Travel Marketing Magazine.
On which destinations & travel topics can you advise members especially well?
Japan, China, North Korea, South Korea, India, Cultural Mexico
What destinations are you most interested in learning about?
Japan specifically but also other destinations in Asia; Cultural Mexico
Other travel / language expertise?
I speak some Spanish. I know some Japanese

 

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AC Hotel by Marriott Tokyo Ginza Opened July 9, 2020

AC Marriott Hotel Tokyo Ginza Exterior

Tobu Railway Co, Ltd. announces the Thursday, July 9, 2020 opening of the AC Hotel by Marriott Tokyo Ginza. This experiential lifestyle leisure and business hotel is for travelers who appreciate both value…

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Posted on August 3, 2020 at 1:19pm

Experiencing Zen & Zazen in Nikko, Ryomo, and Kawagoe Japan (less than 2 hours north of Tokyo)

Zazen Meditation at Rinnoji Temple, Nikko

In these times of stress and uncertainty, it is relieving to know that once we can travel again, there are places in the world to travel to that offer the healing qualities of reflection, tranquility and mindfulness. Japan…

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Posted on August 3, 2020 at 11:21am

Fujisan Mishima Tokyu Hotel near Mount Fuji Opens Today

Fujisan Mishima Tokyu Hotel restaurant





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Mount Fuji Mishima Tokyu Hotel is about to open at the south exit of Mishima Station on the Tokaido Shinkansen - Hikari and Kodama lines. About 45 minutes south of Tokyo and just under  than two hours north of…

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Posted on June 30, 2020 at 1:02am

Tia Stephanie Tours, Cultural Specialist Operator to Mexico, Helps Tzotzil Maya Women of the Cooperative: Mujeres Sembrando la Vida (Women Planting Life) in Zinacantan, Chiapas

By Buying and Selling their Traditionally and Exquisitely Designed Fashionable, Hand-Woven Face Masks

Since the United States began opening up from three months of pandemic lockdown and businesses began requiring everyone to wear a mask in order to be served, mask wearing has become somewhat of a fashion statement.…

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Posted on June 29, 2020 at 1:39pm

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At 2:58pm on December 14, 2011, Ann Walker said…

Hi Marian, I will email your husband - but his best bet is to stop in at our Visitor Information Center at the Yuma Quartermaster Depot State Historic Park, open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. seven days a week.  The gals there can give him all kinds of great info about what there is to see and do in Yuma.  Also, lots of great information on our website at www.visityuma.com - he can sign up for a weekly email that rounds up info on all kinds of events going on around the area.  Thanks for your comment!

At 2:10am on August 9, 2010, Chetan Bhattarai said…
Hi, Marian,

I work for GICPL. It's based in New Delhi and publishes a B2B magazine, and a B2B (monthly) tabloid. The magazine is Today's Traveller and the tabloid is TT Newswire. Both the products deal with tourism and hospitality sector and also have aviation, GDS and travel related news and features.
At 3:32pm on July 29, 2010, Terry Gardner said…
You know what - I've been clicking on "see the full comment" and not clicking on reply - so maybe that's the issue. Sorry for complaining, Tripitini.
At 2:28pm on July 29, 2010, Terry Gardner said…
Welcome, Marian. I hope you find Tripitini more useful than I have. I find it very frustrating that I get emails saying "to see this conversation" which I click on and land on the Media landing page. I then have to search by name for whomever commented to find the conversation. I'm not a programmer but it's easier to land on conversations in other sites and I hope Tripitini will improve this soon. I participate very little b/c I don't have time to click, search, click to participate. I like one-click conversing. Maybe that's just me. Anyway was happy to see you've joined.

Terry
At 1:13pm on July 29, 2010, Tripatini said…
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