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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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“Typical of Mexican villages, the center of town features an impressive colonial-style church and a nicely landscaped plaza with the requisite fountain.”
“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.”
“The colonial-style house has two bedrooms, a large living room and a wonderfull veranda with view over the Oaxaca valleys.”
“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.”
“While nothing is left of the original fort, El Fuerte town today has a pleasant, partially restored center with typical provincial colonial-style buildings.”
“It's a colonial-style ranch that has polo, fly fishing, sailing and more.”
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