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tourist attraction


from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a characteristic that attracts tourists


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  • China City: Christine Sterling was also responsible for the creation of Olvera Street, an “Old Mexico”–themed tourist attraction that was intended to save the historic Plaza district, the city’s birthplace.

    American Chinatown

  • The local kids who know the true tourist attraction to be found at this site refer to it as “Crash Landing”—as if a UFO perhaps missile-guided by some combination of the KGB, CIA, and E.T. at the controls mistakenly fumbled onto this spot and destroyed it, then quickly constructed a Disney house on the lot to cover up the alien error.

    You Know Where to Find Me

  • Like Ghirardelli Square, the Paseo was also a tourist attraction capitalizing on nostalgia, in this case for the city’s Spanish heritage, which was alluded to in Hugman’s design for the staircases and bridges.

    Makeshift Metropolis

  • For a decade, China City was a popular tourist attraction and marketplace.

    American Chinatown

  • My father had grown up there, and as a grandson of the old earl I'd played there as a child until it held no terrors: but times had changed and the castle itself no longer belonged to the Kinloch family but was the property of Scotland, administered and run as a tourist attraction by one of the conservation organisations.

    To The Hilt


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