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    discount
  • A percentage deducted from the face value of a bill of exchange or promissory note when it changes hands before the due date
  • the act of reducing the selling price of merchandise
  • A deduction from the usual cost of something, typically given for prompt or advance payment or to a special category of buyers
  • dismiss: bar from attention or consideration; "She dismissed his advances"
  • give a reduction in price on; "I never discount these books-they sell like hot cakes"
    hotel
  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists
  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication
  • A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite
  • In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth
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A Guide To Disneyland
A Guide To Disneyland
When you are planning your Disneyland vacation,
you should note that some days are better than,
others at the park. The days that you choose to be
there will depend greatly on whether you are more
interested in attractions or entertainment – or both.

For instance, Tuesday’s, Wednesday’s, and
Thursday’s are the days when you will have shorter
lines for the attractions, because there will be fewer
people there. On the other hand, the entertainment
on those nights cannot compare to the entertainment
that is offered on the weekends. If entertainment is
important, plan your visit to Disneyland for the
weekend....


Download "A Guide To Disneyland" Now!

When you are planning your Disneyland vacation,
you should note that some days are better than,
others at the park. The days that you choose to be
there will depend greatly on whether you are more
interested in attractions or entertainment – or both.

For instance, Tuesday’s, Wednesday’s, and
Thursday’s are the days when you will have shorter
lines for the attractions, because there will be fewer
people there. On the other hand, the entertainment
on those nights cannot compare to the entertainment
that is offered on the weekends. If entertainment is
important, plan your visit to Disneyland for the
weekend....


Download "A Guide To Disneyland" Now!

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Abandoned Heritage USA 2011 - Fort Mills, South Carolina
Abandoned Heritage USA 2011 - Fort Mills, South Carolina
Heritage USA was a Christian theme park, water park, and residential complex built in Fort Mill, South Carolina, USA, by PTL Club (short for "Praise The Lord") founders televangelist Jim Bakker and Tammy Faye Bakker Messner. Much of the park, the area of which once comprised 2,300 acres (9.3 km2; 3.6 sq mi), was built by noted church builder Roe Messner, who later married Tammy Faye Bakker after Tammy's divorce from Jim Bakker. Pictures of the park, including the water park Heritage Island, remain accessible online. Since its closure in 1989, projects have been constructed on the grounds of the former theme park with varying success, and portions of the property have been sold to several companies. History Heritage USA opened in 1978, and by 1986 had become one of the top vacation-destinations in the US, behind only Walt Disney World and Disneyland. It attracted nearly 6 million visitors annually and employed around 2,500 people. The facilities included the 501-room Heritage Grand Hotel, Main Street USA, an indoor shopping complex, the Heritage Village Church, a 400-unit campground, The Jerusalem Amphitheater, conference facilities, a skating rink, prayer and counseling services, full cable TV network production studios, Bible and evangelism school, visitor retreat housing, staff and volunteer housing, timeshares and the Heritage Island water park and recreational facilities. Downfall In the midst of Heritage USA's high point, when it earned $126 million per year, the IRS revoked its tax exemption. Soon after Bakker's federal indictment and public condemnation over his sexual affair, attendance dropped at Heritage. Falwell argued that "PTL's Heritage USA complex in Fort Mill was competing unfairly against tax-paying tourist attractions, and that the tax-exempt ministry should be separated from the running of hotels and amusement parks." Under Falwell's leadership, Heritage USA sought chapter 11 bankruptcy protection with debts estimated at $72 million.[4] The 165,000 people who gave $1,000 to Jim Bakker's planned Heritage USA hotel tower in return for promised four-day vacation stays received $6.54 each. Starting in 1987, however, Jim Bakker's legal and personal troubles made headlines, and in September 1989 Hurricane Hugo caused severe damage to many of the buildings. Heritage USA closed shortly after the storm. Downfall In the midst of Heritage USA's high point, when it earned $126 million per year, the IRS revoked its tax exemption. Soon after Bakker's federal indictment and public condemnation over his sexual affair, attendance dropped at Heritage. Falwell argued that "PTL's Heritage USA complex in Fort Mill was competing unfairly against tax-paying tourist attractions, and that the tax-exempt ministry should be separated from the running of hotels and amusement parks." Under Falwell's leadership, Heritage USA sought chapter 11 bankruptcy protection with debts estimated at $72 million.[4] The 165,000 people who gave $1,000 to Jim Bakker's planned Heritage USA hotel tower in return for promised four-day vacation stays received $6.54 each. Starting in 1987, however, Jim Bakker's legal and personal troubles made headlines, and in September 1989 Hurricane Hugo caused severe damage to many of the buildings. Heritage USA closed shortly after the storm. [edit] Redevelopment efforts In 1991, the Heritage USA property was purchased for $52 million by San Diego evangelist Morris Cerullo in partnership with a Malaysian investment group, MUI Group (Malayan United Industries Berhad). The property was renamed "New Heritage USA". The partnership between Cerullo and MUI ended after a disagreement between Cerullo and MUI over Cerullo's issuance of discount cards to New Heritage USA. MUI filed suit against Cerullo and ultimately bought out his interest in the venture, renaming the property Regent Park. Cerullo retained control of PTL's cable network, which at the time was known as "The Inspirational Network", ultimately moving it to Charlotte, North Carolina and renaming it "The New Inspirational Network". Today, it is known simply as "Inspiration" or INSP. MUI is also the parent company of Laura Ashley plc which moved its US headquarters and distribution center to the property. The corporate offices of Laura Ashley are located in the former PTL World Outreach Center, the pyramid-shaped building which formerly housed Jim & Tammy Faye Bakker's offices as well as those of the leaders of PTL. Since MUI purchased the building, it has been renamed "The Regent Building." Through its local subsidiary, Regent Carolina Corporation, MUI built a golf course and residential development on the majority of the former Heritage USA property. For a short period of time in the 1990s, MUI attempted to operate the 501-room hotel and resort under a management agreement with Radisson Hotels, calling the property the "Radisson Grand Resort," but the
A Rainy Day on Main Street USA won't keep us from walking for CHOC
A Rainy Day on Main Street USA won't keep us from walking for CHOC
A little rain isn't going to ruin our day! It was raining the morning of the CHOC Walk fundraiser...a benefit walk to raise money for Children's Hospital of Orange County. We have never missed a walk in the 20 year history of the event. My son, Justin was born with severe life threatening birth defects the month prior to the first CHOC Walk. CHOC saved his life, and we are forever in debt, my family raising at least $1000 and walking the 5K each and every year since Justin was born. Sponsored by Disneyland from the start, the early CHOC Walks started in the Disneyland Hotel parking lot, and went through the neighborhoods around Disneyland. The CHOC Walk then moved to South Coast Plaza, a high-end shopping mall near John Wayne Airport. Eventually, the Walk ended up where it should have been all along, right here at Disneyland where it winds through pathways and backstage areas in both parks after a very early 6:45 AM start....Disneyland offers a discount admission to walkers, and many of them, including us, stay for the day...

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