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SOME CHOICE PILLOW TALK

It appears that Choice Hotels Canada has discovered the hidden side of Canadians in its recently released, nationally-commissioned survey, Pillow Talk. What Choice found was that the majority of Canadian travellers \”leave their reservations at the door when checking-in.\”
Conducted by Leger Canada, the survey reports that most Canadians say they are more likely to talk to new people (82%), cheat on their diet (70%) and keep their shoes on indoors (52%) while on vacation. Nearly half (45%) of Canadians surveyed say they are more adventurous in the bedroom and almost 1 in 5 (19%) say they would accept a drink from a stranger while on vacation. And not surprisingly, 86% said they spend more money while on vacation.
Tim Oldfield, managing director, Choice Hotels Canada, said: \”We always want to better understand Canadian travellers. By reaching out to Canadians across the country, and not just our own customers, we are able to anticipate their wants and needs so we can better tailor the offerings at our properties.\”
Go to http://www.ChoiceHotels.ca for more.

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