Global resorts network is an Arizona based company that offers a business opportunity marketing an eternity luxury travel membership that is a low priced option to having a timeshare or condo or paying market rates for hotel stays. The membership permits 1 week stays at 4 and 5 star resorts all over the world at vacation hotspots for bargain prices of $298 to $799 weekly.
I compared travel reservations with Expedia, Travelocity and Hotels.com and it’s also quite normal for Global Resorts booking at to operate between $1,500 and $2,300 at these other travel sites. The $298 8 day/7 night stay is an element from the Hot Weeks specials and includes paradise destinations like Hawaii, Barbados, the Bahamas, trinidad and Greece. I made sure to utilize exactly the same travel dates in each comparison.
Global Resorts pays a $1,000 to the representative who helps to make the $2,095 sale for your lifetime travel membership. The same package has been in existence for more than Two decades and it has sold for as up to $10,000. If you’re planning on joining the Global resorts network program as a possible affiliate, think about the person you join with as a tour guide. Find someone that is actively training their teammates to make sure your adventure with GRN can be a profitable journey.
The membership features a wide choice of four and five star luxury resorts and condo rentals to select from, and the value will there be but to make money you will need to have good marketing set up. There are many travel opportunities like MOR Vacations which looks similar. Personally the fact the Global Resorts membership has been around for so very long makes me feel well informed concerning the long lasting stay.
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Our May reading will be on Saturday 11th and will feature Robin Sloan (Mr. Penumbra’s 24 Hour Bookstore) and Austin Grossman (YOU: A Novel, and Soon I Will Be Invincible). As usual, each author will read a selection of their work, followed by Q&A moderated by author Terry Bisson. Books for sale courtesy of Borderlands Books. That’s at our usual Variety Preview Room venue.
It’s also DEBUT NOVEL DRINK NIGHT! Join us for a cold BOOKSELLER on ice!
Then, just a few days later, we are going on the road. Many of the best SF&F writers around will be gathered in San José for the SFWA Nebula Awards weekend. We have two absolute giants of the field for you. On Thursday May 16th, in the Market Room of the Hilton San José we will present Gene Wolfe and Connie Willis. Our thanks to SFWA for helping organize this. Doors open at 6:30pm for a 7:00pm start. For this special event, Nebula Award Weekend attendees are free, and public admission is at the door. All proceeds will benefit the SFWA Emergency Medical Fund and Variety Children’s Charity of Northern California.
It’s that time of the year when Save California, a “family values group” (aka anti-gay group) begs parents to keep their kids home from school today so as to not expose the children to anything …
Ever since news hit last week of lion skewers at yakitori restaurant Mokutanya in Burlingame, we’ve been considering a visit despite the high price tag — I mean, when else are you going to…
Our monthly review explores the city’s food trucks gatherings, one at a time, breaking down each one with statistics, descriptions of the scene, and vital info to help you plan a trip there.
Think different, Apple tells the world. The Cupertino company, whose creations have defined our technological age, apparently applies the same innovative thinking to its tax evasion strategies.
Good news, pie fans: The ladies of Three Babes Bakeshop will be heading into the kitchen at the Mission’s newish chocolate factory, Dandelion, next week. Instead of focusing on chocolate, they’…
622 Jackson Street (between Kearney Street and Grant Avenue)
San Francisco, CA 94132
Parking: Street (difficult), Two hours of validated parking Portsmouth Square Garage when you spend or more at restaurant
Restaurant Owner: James Yuan
Executive Chef: Kai Yuan
Type of Cuisine: Chinese
Signature Dishes: : Potstickers, Won Ton in Hot Sauce, Hot & Sour Soup, Orange Peel Chicken, Sizzling Beef, Honey Walnuts Prawns, Crab with Spicy Salt, Hunan String Beans.
Vegetarian Options: 3+ items
Alcohol Served: Beer & Wine
Bottle Limit: 1 bottle per table
Meals Served: Lunch, Dinner
Average Dinner Price Range (Per person, full meal, tax, 15% gratuity, w/o alcohol): -
Average Lunch Price Range (Per person, full meal, tax, 15% gratuity, w/o alcohol): under
Payment Options: Cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express
Accept Reservations: Yes
Do you accept reservations through OpenTable.com? No
Need Reservations: Yes
How far in advance should reservations be made? 1 day for small party, 1 week for large party 10 people or more
Accommodations for Children: Kid-friendly
Dining Style: Casual
Disabled Access: No
Restaurant Size: Large (100+ seats)
Accommodate Groups (10+): Yes
Private Dining Room: No
Tables with Scenic Views: No
Outdoor Dining: No
Check, Please! Bay Area’s eighth season episode 6 (#806) profiles and reviews these three Bay Area restaurants:
My name is Leslie Sbrocco and I’m the host of Check, Please! Bay Area. Each week, I will be sharing my tasting notes about the wine the guests and I drank on set during the taping of the show. I will also share some wine tips with each episode.
2010 Brewer-Clifton “Mount Carmel” Chardonnay, Sta. Rita Hills, California () — Magic happens when opposites attract. That’s the result when erudite ex-professor of French, Greg Brewer, collaborated with ex-surfer dude Steve Clifton to create wines in the Sta. Rita Hills appellation of Santa Barbara county under the Brewer-Clifton label. Though recognized for their Pinot Noir, what first attracted me to their wines was Chardonnay. In my opinion, the duo rank among the world’s best for this variety. Closing my eyes, the minerality and elegance stands out and I feel I could be sipping Grand Cru Burgundy from France. But, the succulent fruit gives it away as hailing from somewhere else. That somewhere is the wind swept vineyard of Mount Carmel perched on a steep slope deep in the cool-climate Sta. Rita Hills. Richly textured — like expensive raw silk in a glass — the wine seamlessly marries caramelized pear aromas with nutty flavors in a jaw-dropping Chardonnay that’s simply magical.
2010 Brewer-Clifton “Mount Carmel” Pinot Noir, Sta. Rita Hills, California () — Like the Chardonnay from this vineyard, there is an earthy streak that runs through the wines of Mount Carmel. Peeking through as tea leaf on the nose and brown spice on the palate, it’s accented by red berry freshness in a complex, alluring Pinot. The primary goal of both Greg and Steve is to “deliver the essence of the vineyard as clearly and honestly as possible.” Goal accomplished.
2009 St. Francis Malbec, Sonoma Valley, California () — When it comes to power reds, Malbec ranks among the top contenders. Most recognized versions come from Argentina, but this is a California gem. The muscular, inky-hued version sports a dash of Petit Verdot and Merlot, giving layers of flavor to a wine that makes an ideal partner for grilled porterhouse steak. Meat and Malbec equals a match made in culinary heaven.
2011 St. Francis, Sonoma County () — A full-bodied, full-bore style of California Chardonnay that showcases ripe fruit flavors and toasty oak notes. Don’t over-chill! Serve with a creamy cheese, grilled chicken or salmon filet lightly draped with a mustard sauce.
Between Bay to Breakers and Maker Faire, there’s a lot going on this weekend. For those of you with a child-like sense of whimsy but a distaste for huge crowds, there’s a 7-year old’s birthday …