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    beach side
  • Next to the beach
  • Beachside is a town in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador, in Notre Dame Bay. The town had a population of 183 in the Canada 2006 Census. Consisted in the past primarily of fisherman and miners, as for now it mainly consists of small families and most of the men go away for work.
    motels
  • (motel) a motor hotel
  • A motel is a hotel designed for motorists, and usually has a parking area for motor vehicles. They are common in the United States.
  • A roadside hotel designed primarily for motorists, typically having the rooms arranged in a low building with parking directly outside
  • The Motels are a New Wave music band from the Los Angeles area best known for "Only the Lonely" and "Suddenly Last Summer", both of which peaked at #9 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1982 and 1983, respectively. Their song "Total Control" reached #4 on the Australian charts in 1980.
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The Penultimate Peril (A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 12)
The Penultimate Peril (A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 12)
Lemony Snicket returns with the last book before the last book of his bestselling Series of Unfortunate Events. Scream and run away before the secrets of the series are revealed!
Very little is known about Lemony Snicket and A Series of Unfortunate Events. What we do know is contained in the following brief list:
o The books have inexplicably sold millions and millions of copies worldwide
o People in more than 40 countries are consumed by consuming Snicket
o The movie was as sad as the books, if not more so
o Like unrefrigerated butter and fungus, the popularity of these books keeps spreading
Even less is known about book the twelfth in this alarming phenomenon. What we do know is contained in the following brief list:
o In this book, things only get worse
o Count Olaf is still evil
o The Baudelaire orphans do not win a contest
o The title begins with the word, ?The?
Sometimes, ignorance is bliss.
Ages 10+



10 Second Interview: A Few Words with Daniel Handler

Q: Your Wikipedia (online encyclopedia) entry defines you as author, screenwriter, and accordionist. Is that how you would describe yourself?
A: I find that nothing makes people back away faster at a social gathering than "accordionist." Except perhaps "screenwriter." And, even "author" always makes people nervous, so I usually say "writer."

Q: How long have you been writing?
A: All my life really, since I was able to write all I wanted to do was write. I think largely I ended up becoming a writer because I could think of nothing else that I was good at--at all. As a kid, I always wanted to be a writer, and I had no backup plan whatsoever as an adult.

Q: Are the Baudelaire children ever going to be happy?
A: Well, they are happy on a regular basis, just not for very long. Um, are they ever going to be happy permanently? I don't know any permanently happy people, thank goodness.

Q: Okay, then is the series going to end on a happy note?
A: Well, I always remind readers of the Snicket books that happy is a comparative term, so the end will be happier than some people would think, but less happy than others.

Q: When can fans expect the final book?
A: I believe the thirteenth volume will be released in the fall of 2006, although something terrible could happen to the author at any moment and then the books would not be released at all.

Looking for more from Daniel Handler? Check out his answers to Amazon.com's The Significant Seven.




An Interview with Lemony Snicket

Lemony Snicket has captured the hearts of childen and adults alike with the hilariously gloomy series that began, of course, with The Bad Beginning. Amazon.com had a chance to question the author of this marvelously morbid and delightfully depressing series, and the communication was grim indeed. Read the cumbersome communique and see for yourself.

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Old Orchard Beach, Maine
Old Orchard Beach, Maine
Old Orchard Beach is a town in York County, Maine, United States. The population was 8,856 at the 2000 census. Located on the inner side of Saco Bay on the Atlantic Ocean, the town is a popular summer beach destination, with an amusement park called Palace Playland (including a large seaside ferris wheel). The downtown contains many tourist-oriented businesses, including clam shacks and t-shirt shops. A wooden pier on the beach contains many other tourist business, including a variety of souvenir shops. The seven mile long beach stretching away from the downtown is lined with many beach residential properties, condominiums, motels and bed and breakfasts. Info from Wikipedia
Outside Old Buccaneer Inn on beach side, Jekyll Island, August 30, '09
Outside Old Buccaneer Inn on beach side, Jekyll Island, August 30, '09
This is the beachwalk from the old Buccaneer Inn on Jekyll Island, GA. The motel was torn down earlier this year. The demolition crew did a magnificent job and left as many trees as possible. It is possible the Wanderer (now known as the Oceanside Inn) will fall next. So much is being done in spite of controversy surrounding Jekyll's redevelopment. Some allege the island will be priced beyond the reach of average Georgians thanks to condominimums and high-end lodging. A Hampton Inn is to open at the site of the old Holiday Inn. Few trees were sacrificed but the woodsy luxury lodge feature of the Holiday Inn is gone.

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