How The World Eats and Sleeps on Holiday

This is an infographic from Hotels.com that looks at how people from around the world eat and sleep when staying in hotels. The research was conducted among 3,339 people in 20 countries.

The traditional cooked breakfast is the world’s favourite with 53% of respondents choosing the classic start to the morning. The continental breakfast came second with 20%. The sleepy-headed Irish admit to skipping breakfast on holiday the most, even when they have already paid for it, preferring those extra few minutes in bed. Looking at sleeping routines globally, more Norwegians (31%) said they chose to slept naked in the their hotel bed than any other nation, with Brits a close second (24%). The right side of the bed is the most popular globally, but 48% claim not to care which side they sleep on. The Spanish are the most amorous on holiday, with 62% going to bed with a partner to pass the time in hotel rooms.

How The World Eats and Sleeps on Holiday

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Antivirus Software Overviews

One of the largest problem of modern computer society is “what antivirus to choose”? Today we going to show you the battle of most known antiviruses, such as Norton, Avira, Viper and PC Keeper. The main challenge will be in next categories – Phishing&Theft Protection, Threat Detection, Scanning Capabilities, Prices and Technical Support. Look and choose the best one! Check out more on antivirus software.

Antivirus software

How Does Credit Card Processing Work Merchant Express

Have you ever wondered how a credit card process works and what happens immediately after you swipe your credit card through a merchant’s terminal to make a purchase? It’s a complex process that’s secure, takes just seconds and unfolds like this: A credit card transaction begins when the customer’s card is read electronically by a merchant’s terminal; alternatively, the account information is entered manually, as occurs during online sales. The card data is quickly transmitted to the merchant’s credit card processor (also known as the merchant services provider or acquirer), who relays it on to the card issuer for confirmation and authorization. Once authorization is received by the acquirer and passed along to the merchant, he or she completes the sale and issues a receipt to the cardholder. The issuer bills the cardholder’s account and pays the acquirer, who deposits the transaction proceeds into the business owner’s merchant account. The power of modern technology, harnessed to process credit card transactions — think about that the next time you step up to a cash register and say “Charge it!”

Credit Card Process