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He crossed the ferry and went to the hotel, where he shaved and freshened himself.

He went back to his hotel, and feeling hungry, made a substantial meal.

He went across to the hotel, tied the gelding at the rack, and sat down on the veranda.

At that moment there was an uproar from the upper part of the hotel.

No; with some strangers at the hotel where I have hung out for the last night or two.

Curtain rises on second act, showing the Hotel Fonseca, at Paris.

It was almost eight when he turned the car into the drive of the White Springs Hotel.

Since the scene at the White Springs Hotel, both knew that no explanation was necessary.

It might have been the parlor of the White Springs Hotel in duplicate, plush self-rocker and all.

At the White Springs Hotel they stopped to fill the gasolene tank of the car.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, "public official residence," from French hôtel, Old French hostel "a lodging" (11c.), from Medieval Latin hospitale "inn" (see hostel). Modern sense of "an inn of the better sort" is first recorded 1765.

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