I should have written: Beware of Bullfights Ticketing Services.
I’ll be in Madrid during La feria de San Isidro so it will be the perfect occasion for me to attend to a corrida (I won’t be a part of it for those who care!). I don’t know if I’ll like that, we’ll see!
While I was trying to buy tickets from www.taquillatoros.com, I realized that the form was not secure. Second time in a couple weeks that this problem happened to me, last time story is here : Online secure reservations.
Taquilla Toros is a partner of Ticket Master so I really had to go further to understand what is going on since I was sure Ticket Master pays a lot of attention to security. Finally, they do have a valid SSL certificate but since they didn’t use HTTPS to link to the form, it wasn’t secure.
What about you? You bought a SSL certficate but do you use it properly? ; )
Here are the Webby nominees for Travel and Tourism categories.
Sydney Wildlife World
The Official Tourism New Zealand site for Destination New Zealand
Tourism Australia “Travel Australia”
Vail Resorts: Resort Explorer
Gods of Chinatown
Congratulations to Evan (and friends!) from Wikitravel on their nomination… and good luck!
I’ve booked all hotels for my trip in Spain. When going from a hotel’s site to another, I’ve realized that I was looking for:
- The price.
- The services.
- The pictures.
- The location.
Easy isn’t it? For me, those 4 criterias should be easily accessible on every hotel website. I really don’t want to search for them.
Yesterday, while looking for an hotel in Granada, I’ve found: Hostal Meridiano in Granada.
Just try to take a look at the pictures. You’ll have to wait for them to appear and you can’t click on them to see them bigger. I got frustrated a bit. I didn’t have time to lose. I’ve left this website. I won’t book there.
In 20 seconds, they lost my business.
And by the way, this website is a perfect example of a non-friendly for search engines website. Just take a look at the source code. There is absolutely no content that search engines can index…
Read also : Adobe Flash is not a Friend of Search Engines
Today = A cold and a snowstorm in Quebec city.
Today + 31 days = Tapas and XÃ©rÃ¨s in Spain.
I’ve sent an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to tell them about the language problem on their Comment Cards. It bounced. I’ve sent another one. It bounced another time.
Air Canada, oÃ¹ Ãªtes-vous? (I hope you understand my question!)