DALLAS The Grand Hyatt Hotel at DFW International Airport here has reported substantial gains in sales by using iPods and personal computers to guide guests in tastings of cheeses, chocolates and wines and for wine pairings with meal selections. For $25, guests in the hotel's lobby-based Moka coffee bar can have a 30-minute "iTaste" cheese or wine tasting with video guidance from an iPod — or can do the same for $20 with a chocolate tasting. After the ...
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