tourist cabin

tourist cabin

One of a number of small separate units, each providing overnight accommodation for travelers; usually consisting of a bedroom and bathroom, grouped in what was once called a tourist court; found along well-traveled highways during the first half of the 20th century; now replaced by motels.
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Its status as a sacred site to local First Nations people didn't weigh heavily on the men's conscience, so they built a fence around the Cave and Basin natural hot springs and started building a tourist cabin.
Like if you want a separate study room, a servant quarter, or even tourist cabins,' says Siddiqui, the CEO of the company.
Jeffries must have been in charge of some tourist cabins and had a different idea.
Almy's amendment would leave the state out of it, making it a separate local fee that would cover hotels, public lodging houses, tourist cabins and tourist trailer parks, exempting rooms that cost less than $40 a night.
The divers were earlier reported to have searched up to 60 percent of the ferry and were set to look in the tourist cabins. As of late Monday, the number of missing ferry passengers and crew stood at 29.
"Everyone knows that tourist cabins are in reality chalets and majlises that are being used for sex, drugs and alcohol - and everyone agrees that they should be removed.
She photographed tourist cabins and used her photographs along with some by Walker Evans as the source material for a new group of works.
With the creation of Renfro Valley, including a barn, tourist lodge, restaurant, tourist cabins, and trading post, Lair moved his operations and substantial stable of performers to the new complex from which he began a series of broadcasts including the "Renfro Valley Barn Dance," "Monday Night in Renfro Valley," and the "Sunday Morning Gathering." By the early 1950s Lair's failure to capitalize on the market for recordings caused much of his talent to drift away.
It has also diversified into new ranges of garden buildings, home offices and tourist cabins.
One gets the strong impression that the years operating a fishing camp and tourist cabins at Kootenay Landing in the 1950s were the happiest and most fulfilling.
His company built tourist cabins that are still in use today in Pickett Civilian Conservation Corps Memorial State Park.
Earlier, he said the divers, who had searched up to 60 percent of the ferry, were set to check the tourist cabins.