It works like a telepathic Internet concierge, hoping to send you along to the most relevant results on the Web.
The concierge can also help arrange your tour, which you simply must experience.
But the higher price affords early registration for classes, a concierge service, and priority on wait lists.
Primarily, she was a concierge, a consiglière who made sure VIPs were being taken care of over the course of the night.
Our concierge and his wife walked among them, with their black poodle, keeping order; some couples were waltzing on the sidewalk.
The concierge, at first, dissuaded me from going up, and assured me that M. Sandy Rose was away.
"Come up to the fifth floor," the concierge called back to the man.
He heard the concierge come in below, his heavy footsteps reechoed through the building.
In the vestibule she found the concierge, who had brought her a chair.
However, she could not resist going through the porch as far as the concierge's room on the right.