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Accent Inns Blog

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Accent Inns Blog

Sure, we thought about coming up with a new and exciting name for our blog: Ol’ Bloggy Blog.
The Duck Stops Here. Kevin.

But at the end of the day, our Google experts said that people if people are looking for our blog, they aren’t going to search “The Duck Stops Here”. Or sadly, “Kevin”.

So, welcome to the Accent Inns Blog, where we’ll post stories about what’s going on in our hotels, at our locations, and more.

(By the way, if you do come up with a great name for the blog, let us know—and then we’ll let our experts know, who will let Google and Bing and all the other search engines know. You know?)

Laughter – the Best Medicine

Staying in an Accent Inn has always made me smile; the company’s sense of humour shows itself in lots of small ways, such as pens with messages such as “don’t forget to take me when you leave,” to rubber ducks in a variety of guises including a chef, a jazz dude duck, a biker and Read the rest of this entry »

January 10th, 2017 in Travel

3 New Year’s Resolutions We’d All Benefit From

I’ve been contributing to the Accent Inns blog since October 2014, and have written over 100 posts on a mind-blowing range of topics. It got me thinking about the looming New Year recently; I love starting a fresh new year – it’s like rubbing the slate clean and beginning again. The problem I have is Read the rest of this entry »

December 29th, 2016 in Featured

Fat Boys and Cycling in the Snow

No, I’m not being rude or insensitive, I’m talking about those bikes with big fat tires that are becoming increasingly popular – fat bikes, or fatties. I was looking out my office window the other day at snow, which is a little like hen’s teeth in Victoria – the last time we saw snow was Read the rest of this entry »

December 22nd, 2016 in Travel

Christmas Lights – From Candles to LED

When I was very young my parents always made a big deal out of Christmas and my father brought home the biggest tree he could find. As we lived in England and at that time didn’t own a car, he’d have to bring it home by bus and train. This was all fine until one Read the rest of this entry »

December 20th, 2016 in Featured

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