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An active lighthouse since 1873, the inn sits on an island in San Francisco Bay, a ten-minute ferry ride from Richmond.
The company had been spurred to take action by the 2001 death of Tucker Smith, 8, who was crushed by an Otis elevator at an inn in Bethel, Maine, during a family vacation.
From the inn yard came the sound of music and the beat of the dancers feet on the hard ground.
If it had been at the inn there would have been nothing to talk about at all, except about the wreck.
Fortunately you are at Dame Hansen's inn, where you will have the best of food and care.
Arthur related briefly what had happened from the time of his first taking the bed at the inn.
THE QUEEN OF HEARTSWILKIE COLLINS
The strangers departed, having promised the Johnsons to meet the next morning at an inn lower down the harbour.
SEA-DOGS ALL!TOM BEVAN
He did not drive into the town, but put up at an inn in the Dorogomilov suburb.
WAR AND PEACELEO TOLSTOY
The former is certain the man entered the inn yard from the street; the latter are just as positive that he did not.
When they heard how my mother went back to the inn, Doctor Livesey fairly slapped his thigh, and the squire cried "Bravo!"
TREASURE ISLANDROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON

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