Resort: Quiz

Question 1: However, a hotel is frequently a central feature of a resort, such as the Grand Hotel at ________.
Mackinac Island, MichiganClark Township, MichiganMoran Township, MichiganGarfield Township, Mackinac County, Michigan

Question 2: Resorts are especially prevalent in Central America and the ________.
Latin AmericaNorth AmericaCaribbeanAmericas

Question 3: ________, an island near Naples, Italy, has attracted visitors since Roman times.

Question 4: What does the following picture show?

  Miami Beach in Florida has seaside resorts.
  Resorts combine a hotel and a variety of recreations, such as swimming pools, shown here in San Diego, CA

Question 5: The term "resort" sometimes is misused to identify a ________ that does not provide the other amenities required of a full resort.
Travel and Tourism Competitiveness ReportWorld Tourism rankingsHotelTourism

Question 6: Towns that contain resorts—or where ________ or vacationing is a major part of the local activity—are often called resort towns.
TourismHotelWorld Tourism rankingsTravel and Tourism Competitiveness Report

Question 7: Another famous historical resort was ________ near Rogers, Arkansas, which was active in the early 20th century.
MissouriMonte NeTennesseeLittle Rock, Arkansas

Question 8: In recent years, the number of resorts offering "all-inclusive" amenities has decreased dramatically; in 1961, over half offered such plans and in 2007, less than ten ________ do so.
PercentageParts-per notationPer milPercent sign

Question 9: A famous resort of the ancient world was ________, Italy, popular over 2,000 years ago.

Question 10: Moritz, Switzerland, or larger regions, like the ________ or the Italian Riviera are well known resorts.
Champlain ValleyHudson ValleyAllegheny PlateauAdirondack Mountains

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