colonial-style love

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  • Luke, 10 years old, and Ben, seven, are growing up far from where the actual towers collapsed, in a picturesque section of suburban Philadelphia with trolley cars and colonial-style homes.

    Refugees From the City Reflect Anew on Their Decision

  • Cross this busy artery and take a right to Dai Wong Street East and down toward the Pawn, a delightful restaurant in a suitably colonial-style terraced building where you can get a proper cup of English tea and reflect on the day's hike and on the sacrifices of those who defended Hong Kong 70 years ago.

    Hong Kong's Second World War

  • One, La Siesta, now better described as pleasant than posh - but everything usually works, from its air conditioning to its cable TV - offers 57 smallish rooms mostly with ocean views around a colonial-style courtyard.

    Bob Schulman: Gold, Booze And Tourists: Mazatlan's Plazuela Machado

  • The town isn't particularly exotic: little storefronts along a quiet main drag, cozy colonial-style buildings, a fresh and well manicured common area, etc.

    Horseshoe Champion

  • Typical of Mexican villages, the center of town features an impressive colonial-style church and a nicely landscaped plaza with the requisite fountain.

    Zirahuen, Michoacan: Mexico's Walden Pond

  • In addition to the new arts center, the proposal includes a rezoning of the central business district to ensure that new buildings conform to the 371-year-old village's colonial-style architecture.

    Southampton Is Pursuing Artistic Designs

  • The colonial-style house has two bedrooms, a large living room and a wonderfull veranda with view over the Oaxaca valleys.

    House with big garden May till December 2009

  • It's a colonial-style villa whose seven large guest rooms are painted vivid colors and decorated with antique furniture and contemporary art from the region.

    Dream Hideaways: The World's Top Microboutique Hotels

  • While nothing is left of the original fort, El Fuerte town today has a pleasant, partially restored center with typical provincial colonial-style buildings.

    El Fuerte in Sinaloa, Mexico, was once the capital of Arizona

  • It's a colonial-style ranch that has polo, fly fishing, sailing and more.

    Sole Man Blake Mycoskie

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