It's a horrible place to exchange money. They're not trying to keep up with exchange rates. They do it solely as a convenience for the people in the hotel.
The glass tiled windows were going to be in lead-light but I decided to do them in glass tiles - something a bit different. Something a bit more unusual.
The SEC and the U.S. Attorney are still not done with their investigations, ... So certain other things may come to light.
It gives them an opportunity to either pick up those assets on the cheap or to have someone else come in and re-franchise the area.
Shareholders like (the announcement). I don't think Wall Street had recognized the value of the company and I think this is a very sensible strategy to pursue to unlock that value.
The fact that he comes from Kraft and ran a 6 billion operation, and he's now willing to take on this challenge, is a positive sign. It's also a positive the board has come to the conclusion the restructuring guys have completed what needs to be done and the company is ready to move forward.
I'd be interested in seeing a turnaround of the existing business before taking on any significant expansion.
It's quite doable. Once you get there, Australia is an incredibly good buy. It's hard to believe how good the prices are. You can stay in a really good hotel for about 140 per night, where in Europe, the same hotel would cost about 400 per night.
I was very pleased with Jonathan's performance. He has had to wait patiently this season as we have a big squad but he has shown a great attitude and he certainly took his chance today.
Don't exchange a lot of money ahead of time. In Europe, credit cards are accepted almost everywhere. I was in Iceland recently and they even take credit cards in taxi cabs.