BEST HOTEL IN COPENHAGEN - IN COPENHAGEN


BEST HOTEL IN COPENHAGEN - LUXURY ACCOMMODATION RAROTONGA - KYRIAD HOTEL FRANCE.



Best Hotel In Copenhagen





best hotel in copenhagen






    copenhagen
  • The capital and chief port of Denmark, a city that occupies the eastern part of Zealand and northern part of the island of Amager; pop. 466,700

  • Copenhagen is a live album by Galaxie 500. It was recorded on December 1, 1990, the final date of their last European tour.

  • Kobenhavns Amt is a former county (Danish, amt) on the island of Zealand (Sj?lland) in eastern Denmark. It covered the municipalities in the metropolitan Copenhagen area, with the exception of Copenhagen and Frederiksberg.

  • the capital and largest city of Denmark; located on the island of Zealand; "Copenhagen is sometimes called the Paris of the North"





    hotel
  • In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth

  • A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite

  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services

  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists

  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication











Copenhagen Sky Village




Copenhagen Sky Village





The new skyscraper with a total surface of 21,688m2 will be located at Roskildevej, a major artery East of the centre of Copenhagen. It is after the Frosilos MVRDV’s second project in Copenhagen. The skyscraper’s shape reflects Copenhagen’s historical spire and present day high-rise blending in the skyline of the city, it further combines the two distinctive typologies of Rodovre, the single family home and the skyscraper in a vertical village. Consideration of these local characteristics leads to Copenhagen’s first contemporary high-rise.

Responding to unstable markets the design is based on a flexible grid, allowing alteration of the program by re-designating units. These ‘pixels’ are each 60m2 square and arranged around the central core of the building, which for flexibility consists of three bundled cores allowing separate access to the different program segments.

On the lower floors the volume is slim to create space for the surrounding public plaza with retail and restaurants; the lower part of the high rise consists of offices, the middle part leans north in order to create a variety of sky gardens that are terraced along the south side. This creates a stacked neighbourhood, a Sky Village. From this south orientation the apartments are benefitting. The top of the building will be occupied by a hotel enjoying the view towards Copenhagen city centre. The constellation of the pixels allows flexibility in function; the building can be transformed by market forces, however at this moment it is foreseen to include 970m2 retail, 15,800m2 offices, 3,650m2 housing and 2,000m2 hotel and a basement of 13,600m2 containing parking and storage.

Flexibility for adaptation is one of the best sustainable characteristics of a building. Besides this the Sky Village will also integrate the latest technologies according to the progressive Danish environmental standards. Furthermore the plans include a greywater circuit, the use of 40% recycled concrete in the foundation and a variety of energy producing devices on the facade.

A public park adjacent to the Sky Village is part of the project and will be refurbished with additional vegetation and the construction of a ‘superbench’, a meandering public path and bench. A playground, picnic area and exercise areas for elderly citizens are also part of the plan.

MVRDV and ADEPT are architects of the plan, Dutch engineering firm ABT and Soren Jenssen act as consultants for the project.













Copenhagen Sky Village




Copenhagen Sky Village





The new skyscraper with a total surface of 21,688m2 will be located at Roskildevej, a major artery East of the centre of Copenhagen. It is after the Frosilos MVRDV’s second project in Copenhagen. The skyscraper’s shape reflects Copenhagen’s historical spire and present day high-rise blending in the skyline of the city, it further combines the two distinctive typologies of Rodovre, the single family home and the skyscraper in a vertical village. Consideration of these local characteristics leads to Copenhagen’s first contemporary high-rise.

Responding to unstable markets the design is based on a flexible grid, allowing alteration of the program by re-designating units. These ‘pixels’ are each 60m2 square and arranged around the central core of the building, which for flexibility consists of three bundled cores allowing separate access to the different program segments.

On the lower floors the volume is slim to create space for the surrounding public plaza with retail and restaurants; the lower part of the high rise consists of offices, the middle part leans north in order to create a variety of sky gardens that are terraced along the south side. This creates a stacked neighbourhood, a Sky Village. From this south orientation the apartments are benefitting. The top of the building will be occupied by a hotel enjoying the view towards Copenhagen city centre. The constellation of the pixels allows flexibility in function; the building can be transformed by market forces, however at this moment it is foreseen to include 970m2 retail, 15,800m2 offices, 3,650m2 housing and 2,000m2 hotel and a basement of 13,600m2 containing parking and storage.

Flexibility for adaptation is one of the best sustainable characteristics of a building. Besides this the Sky Village will also integrate the latest technologies according to the progressive Danish environmental standards. Furthermore the plans include a greywater circuit, the use of 40% recycled concrete in the foundation and a variety of energy producing devices on the facade.

A public park adjacent to the Sky Village is part of the project and will be refurbished with additional vegetation and the construction of a ‘superbench’, a meandering public path and bench. A playground, picnic area and exercise areas for elderly citizens are also part of the plan.

MVRDV and ADEPT are architects of the plan, Dutch engineering firm ABT and Soren Jenssen act as consultants for the project.










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DISCOUNT HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS - DISCOUNT HOTEL


DISCOUNT HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS - SANIBEL HOTEL FLORIDA



Discount Hotel Accomodations





discount hotel accomodations






    accomodations
  • (Accomodation (eye)) Accommodation is the process by which the vertebrate changes optical power to maintain a clear image (focus) on an object as its distance changes.

  • (Accomodation (law)) Accommodation is a term used in United States contract law under the Uniform Commercial Code to describes a delivery of nonconforming goods meant as a partial performance of a contract for the sale of goods, where a full performance is not possible.

  • (accomodation) Common misspelling of accommodation





    discount
  • the act of reducing the selling price of merchandise

  • dismiss: bar from attention or consideration; "She dismissed his advances"

  • give a reduction in price on; "I never discount these books-they sell like hot cakes"

  • A deduction from the usual cost of something, typically given for prompt or advance payment or to a special category of buyers

  • A percentage deducted from the face value of a bill of exchange or promissory note when it changes hands before the due date





    hotel
  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists

  • In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth

  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication

  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services

  • A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite











Accomodation




Accomodation





Accomodation for Week 1 of the TP Week 52 challenge.

This is our son's bedroom in the loft, a typical teenagers bedroom!











accomodation barnstaple self-catering




accomodation barnstaple self-catering





accomodation barnstaple self-catering

The Byre
Cross Farm
Goodleigh
Barnstaple
EX32 7NR
01271 321 941










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HOTEL ALPINO BUENOS AIRES - HOTEL ALPINO


HOTEL ALPINO BUENOS AIRES - HOTEL ST JULIEN BIARRITZ.



Hotel Alpino Buenos Aires





hotel alpino buenos aires






    buenos aires
  • The capital city and chief port of Argentina, in the eastern central part of the country, on the Plata River; pop. 2,961,000

  • capital and largest city of Argentina; located in eastern Argentina near Uruguay; Argentina's chief port and industrial and cultural center

  • There are many landmarks in Buenos Aires, Argentina some of which are of considerable historical or artistic interest.

  • Buenos Aires or Independencia is a Sector in the city of Santo Domingo in the Distrito Nacional of the Dominican Republic.





    hotel
  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists

  • In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth

  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication

  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services

  • A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite











BARILOCHE, in Río Negro province, in Argentina's patagonia ~ Original = (1118 x 753)




BARILOCHE, in  Río Negro province, in Argentina's  patagonia ~ Original = (1118 x 753)





San Carlos de Bariloche, departamento Bariloche, ubicada en el extremo suroeste de la provincia de Rio Negro, en la region patagonica de ARGENTINA.

Imagen escaneada de una fotografia en papel.
(13 de enero de 1992)

Bariloche era el nombre que les daban los mapuches (nacion aborigen originaria exclusivamente del occidente andino, en lo que hoy es el centro-sur de Chile) a los indigenas que se encontraban del lado este de la cordillera de los Andes, comprendidos en otras etnias muy distintas, pero que no lograron abstraerse al dominio social, linguistico, y militar, que provoco la invasion mapuche (con un bagaje cultural y una organizacion notoriamente mas madura y elevada, y en la etapa cumbre de su desarrollo cultural) a lo que hoy es todo el centro argentino, acaecida hace solo unos pocos cientos de anos.
Todas estas tribus terminaron siendo eliminadas o absorbidas por la nacion transcordillerana superior, a tal punto que la nacion victoriosa detento el control de todo un enorme territorio comprendido desde el Pacifico hasta el Atlantico, dominio que solo se interrumpio cuando las nuevas republicas de Chile y la Argentina lograron organizar sus fuerzas militares, y hacerlas converger hacia el sur, tragico hecho conocido como la segunda campana del desierto (en el sector argentino) y La pacificacion de la Araucania (en el sector chileno).

En los siglos XVII y XVIII, la zona fue descubierta por misioneros que cruzaban la cordillera, provenientes del Pacifico, entre los que se cuentan los padres Rosales, Mascardi, Laguna y Guillelmo.
El primer blanco que pudo llegar a la region desde el Atlantico recien lo hizo el 22 de enero de 1876 cuando el Perito Francisco P. Moreno (de solo 23 anos de edad) arribo e izo la bandera argentina en las orillas del Nahuel Huapi.
La ciudad fue fundada en mayo de 1902.
Solo pudo atenuar su dependencia comercial con Chile al llegar el ferrocarril en 1934 que la conecto con Buenos Aires.
Entre 1901 y 1905 visitaron la zona los famosos ladrones norteamericanos de trenes y bancos: Sundance Kid y Butch Cassidy, que poseian una estancia en la region.
Desde comienzos del siglo XX (y mucho antes segun la tradicion indigena del ser mitologico "el cuero"), se reportan avistajes de lo que algunos interpretan seria un gran animal ignominado que habitaria en lo profundo del Lago Nahuel Huapi,
Durante la decada de 1920, el Dr. Clemente Onelli organizo una expedicion en su busqueda, sin obtener resultados concretos, mas alla de los testimonios de los colonos.
Modernamente, un aprovechamiento, de indole mas bien turistica, procuro difundirla mas a esta leyenda,bautizando a este ser criptologico "Nahuelito".
En 1913 se concluye la carretera vehicular que la unio con Buenos Aires, azaroso viaje que duraba varias jornadas.
Con la visita del presidente norteamericano Theodore Roosevelt a la zona se da comienzo al desarrollo turistico de la region.
En sus origenes la mayoria de las construcciones eran de madera nativa, en estilos de disenos alpinos y europeos.
El estilo constructivo Bariloche es parte del legado historico de la ciudad y perdura hasta nuestros dias.
Entre 1935 y 1940 el gobierno nacional da un fuerte impulso al desarrollo de la patagonia andina, a traves de la administracion de parques nacionales, al encarar la construccion de una serie de obras y edificios que son hoy emblematicos, embelleciendo y caracterizando con dicha arquitectura a esta ciudad.
Los mas reputados son: el Centro Civico, proyecto del arquitecto Ernesto De Estrada, que albergaba una biblioteca, un teatro, un museo, el edificio de la Municipalidad con su torre con reloj, la oficina de correos y telegrafos, la policia y la aduana;
tambien se destacan la Catedral de Bariloche, el Hotel Llao Llao y la Capilla San Eduardo, entre otros, proyectados por el arquitecto Alejandro Bustillo.
En 1931 se funda el Club Andino Bariloche, que fomenta las actividades de montanismo en la zona.
De 1948 a 1952, el fisico austriaco R. Richter desarrollo en la isla Huemul el "Proyecto Huemul" sobre fusion nuclear, sin resultados positivos.
Gracias al equipamiento e instalaciones existentes se crean un Instituto de Fisica y el Centro Atomico Bariloche, que mas tarde fue rebautizado: Instituto Balseiro.
En mayo de 1960, el terremoto de Valdivia (el de mayor poder sufrido por la humanidad) produjo una gigantesca ola en el Lago Nahuel Huapi que impacto contra la ciudad, matando a dos personas que se encontraban en el embarcadero.
De enero a julio de 1963 el depuesto presidente Arturo Frondizi fue retenido en el hotel Tunquelen, en la zona de Llao LLao.
En 1976 se crea la empresa INVAP, dedicada al desarrollo de reactores nucleares, satelites espaciales y radares entre otros.
El clima de Bariloche es de alta montana, con inviernos con precipitaciones abundantes, que frecuentemente son en forma de nieve, y temperaturas de hasta -20 ?C, aunque en inviernos normales la minima absoluta es











BARILOCHE, in Río Negro province, in Argentina 's patagonia ~ Original= (980 x 664)




BARILOCHE, in  Río Negro province, in Argentina 's  patagonia ~ Original= (980 x 664)





San Carlos de Bariloche, departamento Bariloche, ubicada en el extremo suroeste de la provincia de Rio Negro, en la region patagonica de ARGENTINA.

Imagen escaneada de una fotografia en papel.
( 24 de enero de 2002 )

Bariloche era el nombre que les daban los mapuches (nacion aborigen originaria exclusivamente del occidente andino, en lo que hoy es el centro-sur de Chile) a los indigenas que se encontraban del lado este de la cordillera de los Andes, comprendidos en otras etnias muy distintas, pero que no lograron abstraerse al dominio social, linguistico, y militar, que provoco la invasion mapuche (con un bagaje cultural y una organizacion notoriamente mas madura y elevada, y en la etapa cumbre de su desarrollo cultural) a lo que hoy es todo el centro argentino, acaecida hace solo unos pocos cientos de anos.
Todas estas tribus terminaron siendo eliminadas o absorbidas por la nacion transcordillerana superior, a tal punto que la nacion victoriosa detento el control de todo un enorme territorio comprendido desde el Pacifico hasta el Atlantico, dominio que solo se interrumpio cuando las nuevas republicas de Chile y la Argentina lograron organizar sus fuerzas militares, y hacerlas converger hacia el sur, tragico hecho conocido como la segunda campana del desierto (en el sector argentino) y La pacificacion de la Araucania (en el sector chileno).

En los siglos XVII y XVIII, la zona fue descubierta por misioneros que cruzaban la cordillera, provenientes del Pacifico, entre los que se cuentan los padres Rosales, Mascardi, Laguna y Guillelmo.
El primer blanco que pudo llegar a la region desde el Atlantico recien lo hizo el 22 de enero de 1876 cuando el Perito Francisco P. Moreno (de solo 23 anos de edad) arribo e izo la bandera argentina en las orillas del Nahuel Huapi.
La ciudad fue fundada en mayo de 1902.
Solo pudo atenuar su dependencia comercial con Chile al llegar el ferrocarril en 1934 que la conecto con Buenos Aires.
Entre 1901 y 1905 visitaron la zona los famosos ladrones norteamericanos de trenes y bancos: Sundance Kid y Butch Cassidy, que poseian una estancia en la region.
Desde comienzos del siglo XX (y mucho antes segun la tradicion indigena del ser mitologico "el cuero"), se reportan avistajes de lo que algunos interpretan seria un gran animal ignominado que habitaria en lo profundo del Lago Nahuel Huapi,
Durante la decada de 1920, el Dr. Clemente Onelli organizo una expedicion en su busqueda, sin obtener resultados concretos, mas alla de los testimonios de los colonos.
Modernamente, un aprovechamiento, de indole mas bien turistica, procuro difundirla mas a esta leyenda,bautizando a este ser criptologico "Nahuelito".
En 1913 se concluye la carretera vehicular que la unio con Buenos Aires, azaroso viaje que duraba varias jornadas.
Con la visita del presidente norteamericano Theodore Roosevelt a la zona se da comienzo al desarrollo turistico de la region.
En sus origenes la mayoria de las construcciones eran de madera nativa, en estilos de disenos alpinos y europeos.
El estilo constructivo Bariloche es parte del legado historico de la ciudad y perdura hasta nuestros dias.
Entre 1935 y 1940 el gobierno nacional da un fuerte impulso al desarrollo de la patagonia andina, a traves de la administracion de parques nacionales, al encarar la construccion de una serie de obras y edificios que son hoy emblematicos, embelleciendo y caracterizando con dicha arquitectura a esta ciudad.
Los mas reputados son: el Centro Civico, proyecto del arquitecto Ernesto De Estrada, que albergaba una biblioteca, un teatro, un museo, el edificio de la Municipalidad con su torre con reloj, la oficina de correos y telegrafos, la policia y la aduana;
tambien se destacan la Catedral de Bariloche, el Hotel Llao Llao y la Capilla San Eduardo, entre otros, proyectados por el arquitecto Alejandro Bustillo.
En 1931 se funda el Club Andino Bariloche, que fomenta las actividades de montanismo en la zona.
De 1948 a 1952, el fisico austriaco R. Richter desarrollo en la isla Huemul el "Proyecto Huemul" sobre fusion nuclear, sin resultados positivos.
Gracias al equipamiento e instalaciones existentes se crean un Instituto de Fisica y el Centro Atomico Bariloche, que mas tarde fue rebautizado: Instituto Balseiro.
En mayo de 1960, el terremoto de Valdivia (el de mayor poder sufrido por la humanidad) produjo una gigantesca ola en el Lago Nahuel Huapi que impacto contra la ciudad, matando a dos personas que se encontraban en el embarcadero.
De enero a julio de 1963 el depuesto presidente Arturo Frondizi fue retenido en el hotel Tunquelen, en la zona de Llao LLao.
En 1976 se crea la empresa INVAP, dedicada al desarrollo de reactores nucleares, satelites espaciales y radares entre otros.
El clima de Bariloche es de alta montana, con inviernos con precipitaciones abundantes, que frecuentemente son en forma de nieve, y temperaturas de hasta -20 ?C, aunque en inviernos normales la minima absoluta e









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INN AT RICHMOND - INN AT


Inn At Richmond - West Lodge Park Hotel Hadley Wood - 4 Star Hotels Malta



Inn At Richmond





inn at richmond






    richmond
  • A city in east central Kentucky, southeast of Lexington; pop. 27,152

  • At least 2 cars named Richmond were produced. The first was a steam car made by the Richmond Automobile Company in Richmond, Indiana from 1902 to 1903. The second was a car built by the Wayne Works in Richmond, Indiana from 1904 to 1917.

  • An industrial port city in north central California, on the eastern side of San Francisco Bay, north of Berkeley; pop. 87,425

  • An industrial city in east central Indiana; pop. 39,124

  • Richmond Station is an at-grade Bay Area Rapid Transit and Amtrak station located in Richmond, California. Each system is served by an island platform. The Capitol Corridor stops here, providing connections to BART. The San Joaquins, another Amtrak route, also has a stop at this station.

  • capital of the state of Virginia located in the east central part of the state; was capital of the Confederacy during the American Civil War





    inn
  • A restaurant or bar, typically one in the country, in some cases providing accommodations

  • Inns are generally establishments or buildings where travelers can seek lodging and, usually, food and drink. They are typically located in the country or along a highway.

  • hostel: a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers

  • Indium nitride is a small bandgap semiconductor material which has potential application in solar cells and high speed electronics.

  • An establishment providing accommodations, food, and drink, esp. for travelers











Guild Inn




Guild Inn





Architectural artifact from the Temple Building 1895 - 1970, Independent Order of Foresters.
Located at Bay & Richmond (N.W. Corner, Toronto.
Architect : G.W. Goiunlock

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


The Guild Inn was an historic hotel in the Guildwood neighbourhood of Scarborough, Toronto, Ontario. It evolved out of Ranelagh Park, a 33 room, Arts and Crafts-style manor house built in 1914 for Colonel Harold Bickford atop the Scarborough Bluffs, that was in 1921 sold to the Roman Catholic Church's Foreign Mission Society and renamed the China Mission College. It was, however, soon abandoned, remaining so until 1932, when it was purchased by Rosa Breithaupt Hewetson. After her marriage to Herbert Spencer Clark, the couple continued to reside in the mansion, and there fostered the arts, turning the home into a museum, so that by the time of the Second World War it had became The Guild of All Arts. The Clarks created across their property homes and workshops for artists, such as The Studio, which was assembled out of a garage and a stable from different parts of the grounds; it accommodated those practising batik, woodworking, weaving, and metalworking. The Clarks also began collecting architectural elements from demolished buildings and erecting them in the gardens of the Guild as follies.
As more people were attracted to the artistic community on the bluffs, the Clarks made additions to the Guild in 1941 and 1942, after which the Crown in Right of Canada leased the property as a base for the Women's Royal Naval Service, called HMCS Bytown II, and following the conclusion of hostilities in Europe, retained it until 1947 as Scarborough Hall, a hospital for the treatment of nervous disorders. The house was returned to the Clarks, who restored to its pre-war functions, but were forced by rising property taxes to only six years later sell 400 acres (1.6 km2) of their land to developers, though Spencer Clark oversaw the planning of the area that would become Guildwood Village. On the remaining 90 acres (360,000 m2) around the Guild itself, the Clarks continued collecting and adding to their array of architectural remnants, as Victorian, Beaux-Arts, and Gothic Revival buildings throughout the city were pulled down to make way for Toronto's post-war growth and new attitudes towards planning. Altogether, pieces of more than 60 structures were amassed, from buildings such as the Toronto Bank Building and the home of Sir Frederick Banting,[ as well as various pieces of artwork, including 14 by Sorel Etrog. The Guild Inn proved so popular as a lakeside resort and artisans' community that in 1965 a six storey, 100 room addition and a swimming pool were added, plus further renovations in 1968.


A decade following, the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority purchased the Guild Inn and continued its operation as a hotel. The inn's fortunes declined over the years, however, as the city of Scarborough grew more urban around it, making it less desirable as a vacation spot yet still too far from the city core to serve as a utilitarian hotel. In 1993, with the buildings noticeably run down, the property was turned over to the Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, which used the park and structures for private functions; namely, wedding photo shoots. Still, by 2001 the hotel and restaurant were closed, with only the park remaining open to the public, while new tenants were sought. A non-profit group called Artscape approached the city with a proposed strategy for a cultural precinct on the Guild Inn site, which was met with interest. More concrete plans came, however, in September 2008, when the city approved a plan by Centennial College to operate a hotel, restaurant, and conference centre on the site for use in the school's hospitality courses, as well as to act as a location to house the college's Cultural and Heritage Institute. Though a fire on 25 December 2008 destroyed The Studio, preparations for Centennial's development continued, and the city in January 2009 approved the demolition of the hotel tower. From 1998 to 2003 The Gardens and Greek Theatre at the The Guild Inn were home to the award-winning theatre company, Cliffhanger Productions, which specialized in adaptations of world mythology for family audiences.

Wikipedia - Sept. 2011











Reach for the sky




Reach for the sky





Window-washers at work at The Residences at Richmond Inn condominium tower, on Elmbridge Way at Cedarbridge Way. (Richmond, BC, Canada)

(Part of Guess Where Vancouver, Jun. 11/2008)









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PALMER HOUSE RESORT MOTEL. PALMER HOUSE


Palmer House Resort Motel. France Budget Accommodation. Starlight Hotel Budapest.



Palmer House Resort Motel





palmer house resort motel






    palmer house
  • The Palmer House (also Joel Palmer House and Krake Residence) is the historic residence of Oregon pioneer Joel Palmer (1810–81), who co-founded Dayton, Oregon, United States.

  • The Palmer House is a historic home in Monticello, Florida. It is located at Palmer Mill Road and South Jefferson Street. On November 21, 1978, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

  • Housing at the University of Chicago includes 10 residence halls that are divided into 38 houses. Each house has an average of 70 students. Freshmen must live on-campus, and housing is guaranteed but not required thereafter.





    resort
  • The tendency of a place to be frequented by many people

  • fall back: have recourse to; "The government resorted to rationing meat"

  • haunt: a frequently visited place

  • a hotel located in a resort area

  • A place that is a popular destination for vacations or recreation, or which is frequented for a particular purpose

  • The action of turning to and adopting a strategy or course of action, esp. a disagreeable or undesirable one, so as to resolve a difficult situation





    motel
  • A roadside hotel designed primarily for motorists, typically having the rooms arranged in a low building with parking directly outside

  • Motel is the debut album by the Mexican soul-rock band, of the same name. The album was released in March 28, 2006, in Mexico, their homeland. And later, after four months, the album was released in countries like Guatemala, Venezuela, Chile, and the United States.

  • A motel is a hotel designed for motorists, and usually has a parking area for motor vehicles. They are common in the United States.

  • a motor hotel











Palmer House




Palmer House





Cataloochee
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, April 2005

As in Cades Cove, the park service has maintained several of the buildings that formed this small community. We stopped at one of the homes, the Palmer House. The yellow building was the house proper, and the smaller white structure was built around 1924 to house a small dining area and kitchen that fed people who camped or stayed in the Palmer’s bunkhouse while fishing.











Victorian Room, Palmer House, Chicago




Victorian Room, Palmer House, Chicago





The Palmer House is still pretty nice, whatever happened to this room. I've seen this card in books, so it's probably common (must be how I got it for 50 cents, although you can see it's damaged).

On the back (no info on the card company):
The Palmer House
Chicago
The beautiful crimson and gold Victorian Room of the Palmer House is famed for quiet charm and the dinner music of the Palmer House Ensemble.









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