>Means that the nightly rate quoted by a hotel or resort includes three meals
a day, e.g., breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
>Means that the quoted rate includes two meals a day,
including breakfast and either lunch or dinner.
In the Modified American plan, these meals are provided
on site, and they usually are furnished in the hotel dining room.
> The Continental Plan means that the quoted rate includes breakfast on
the premises for every guest who occupies a room overnight.
>Includes eggs, breakfast meats, pancakes,
potatoes, and toast.
>In the 1920s, the Beech-Nut Packing Company
wanted to increase consumer demand for bacon.
They asked public relations and advertising
specialist, Edward Bernays, how to promote a
heavier breakfast as the norm to Americans.
Mr. Bemays consulted with his personal physician.
His physician wrote to 5,000 doctors and asked them
whether they thought eating a heavier breakfast
would be more beneficial than the normal breakfast
of the day (fruit, a grain porridge (oat, wheat or
corn meals) or a roll, and usually a cup of coffee).
These doctors encouraged a breakfast of
'Bacon and Eggs'. These 'findings' were then published
in newspapers and magazines around the country.
> Is a light breakfast in a hotel, restaurant, etc., that usually includes baked
goods, jam, fruit, and coffee.
>It describes the type of breakfast you’d encounter in places like France
and the Mediterranean.
> a heaping plate of eggs, bacon, sausage,
toast, beans, and roasted mushrooms