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Awards

Liebster Award – Nominated by The Dancing Traveller, Pink Carry On, The World on my Necklace

The Versatile Blogger Award – Nominated by Rambling Mandie

The Very Inspiring Blogger Award – Nominated by The World on my Necklace

Interviews

This vs. That by We Travel Together

What Inspires Amy from The Unsettled Meliorist by The Trusted Traveller

Bucket List Wednesday with The Unsettled Meliorist by The Wandering Wanderluster

 

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    LONDON (AP) – The doormen at Zurich’s Baur au Lac
    hotel can put away their white sheets. There will be no FIFA executives to shield while
    being dragged out of the hotel into police cars again.

    FIFA is no longer hosting its executives at the waterside super-luxurious, lake-side hotel
    that became synonymous with the sport’s corruption scandal last year when Swiss police launched dawn raids on previously untouchable leaders.

    By moving its ruling-council members from the 172-year-old Baur au Lac to the more modest five-star Park Hyatt in Zurich, FIFA will be saving money during next
    week’s meetings.

    FILE- In this Wednesday, May 27, 2015 file
    picture taken from a cell phone video, hotel
    employees hold a blanket to hide the identity of a person led out of a side entrance of the Baur au Lac
    hotel to a waiting car in Zurich, Switzerland. FIFA is no longer hosting its executives at the waterside super-luxurious,
    lake-side hotel where Swiss police launched dawn raids last year.
    (AP Photo/Rob Harris, File)

    FIFA provided no details of the rooms where council members will be staying, but the cheapest double room for Oct.
    13 at the Baur au Lac is 870 Swiss francs ($900) which can be booked at the Hyatt for 527 Swiss francs.

    The decision to switch hotels was made by new FIFA
    secretary general Fatma Samoura.

    “We’re on business so a good solid business hotel I think is more appropriate,” FIFA Vice President Victor Montagliani,
    who is also head of the CONCACAF confederation, told The Associated Press.
    “It’s not just only cost-cutting. As we have done at CONCACAF, it’s about sending a message we are here to work and I think those are some changes that have to happen.”

    Moving hotels ends a troubled association with the Baur au Lac which
    became world renowned – for the wrong reasons – when several
    soccer officials were arrested in their bedrooms at dawn on May
    27, 2015. Swiss police were executing arrest warrants on behalf of American authorities,
    who have charged more than 40 people in a soccer corruption investigation.

    In video captured by The Associated Press , then-Costa Rican Football Federation president Eduardo Li was seen being
    escorted into a police car last year as hotel porters held up white sheets, unsuccessfully trying to shield
    him.

    Despite the unwelcome wake-up call, FIFA didn’t abandon the Baur au
    Lac after the arrests. And police paid another
    visit to the hotel when FIFA executives were in Zurich last December to execute a second wave of arrests.

    When the FIFA Council meets next week, the Baur au Lac will be a lot quieter.

    FILE- This Wednesday, May 27, 2015 file photo shows the hotel Baur au Lac in Zurich, Switzerland.
    FIFA is no longer hosting its executives at the waterside super-luxurious, lake-side hotel where Swiss police launched
    dawn raids last year. (AP Photo/Michael Probst, File)

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