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  • (hotel) a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication
  • Hotel is a dimensional real estate game created by Milton Bradley in 1986. It is similar to Square Mile and Prize Property. In Hotel the players are building resort hotels and attempting to drive their competitors into bankruptcy.
  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists
  • HOTELS (ISSN-1047-2975) is a trade publication serving the information needs of the worldwide hospitality industry.
  • (BWIs) Bretton Woods Institutions
  • British West Indies
  • (BWIS) Baltimore-Washington Infant Study

Travelogue - Washington DC
Travelogue - Washington DC
... it began at 4 am. I was awake, but I knew that it was later than it should be. JAson was outside and I let him in even though he thought we should just go. We had coffee together and woke up a little before we hit the road. As we left the city I could tell it was going to be one of our rare 80 degree days in San Francisco, but I was headed for the airport and we going to miss it. I didn't mind. I couldn't wai to get out of here again. The flight was long, and tedious. I slept through the better part of the first flight, but we landed at PHL and I had to switch to another plane to make it to BWI. The second flight turned out to be the shortest flight I've ever taken - apart from a glider flight I took with my big brother when I was a kid - and we spent a total of 18 minutes in the air. Morgan met me at BWI and we roared down the highway to DC. The club - U Street Music Hall - was beautiful, and wide open. Sound check went well, and the sound was going to be good. Morgan took me to dinner. We talked and ate and then she dropped me off at my hotel - Donovan House - which turned out to be one of the lovliest hotels I've stayed at. So space, and future, but somehow completely retro. I love a hotel where no one hassles you, and they just say "Yes" whenever you ask anything. It's nice to see the corporate mantra of "I'm sorry, there's nothing I can do..." start to dissolve and give way. Maybe that's actually a positive side effect of this economic crunch. I don't know. The show was fantastic. I played my faveorites from 2000 back to 1980. It was "old school night" and so I wasn't shy at all. I played Donald Byrd, Bobby Kondors, Raze, Nomad, Ultra Nate, St. Germain, Mr. Fingers, Sasha, Trilogy, Ramp, Photek, Mory Kante and mixed it all in with my own original music. I got the place jumping and it felt really good. At one point there were these four kids standing up near the booth - which was broad, and open, and low - and finally one of them got the courage to get my attention, "What kind of music is this?" He asked. I peered into his eyes. He said "I like it, but I've never heard anything like this before." And he smiled. "It's house music." I said. "House music?" He replied, like he'd never heard of it before. I smiled, he smiled, and soon he and all his friends were leaping in the air, and dancing along with everyone else. Tala was there with a crew, we hugged deeply. It was so good to see her again. Lyric came and I gave her a warm hug that I've been threatening to give her. Michael and Mustafa were both there. We danced and smiled. It was so good to see my DC people, and feel their energy and love. Afterward, I came outside for some air and a smoke. It was 6 am back in SF. I'd been awake for more than 24 hours. Where am I? Where are we? What is this? I like it...
Hotel Lobby-BWI Airport Marriott
Hotel Lobby-BWI Airport Marriott
The redesigned lobby space at this hotel near Linthicum, Maryland functions around the changing needs of guests to offer adaptable spaces allowing for ease of individual use or group gatherings.

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