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Garcia-Guasch said she felt pressured by the other teens to use the zipline, which started from a 20-foot-high tree house in the yard.
More specifically, Liu’s version of a tree house — one defined not by branches or telephone wires, but rather by the tiny parameters of their corner bedroom in their 1,500-square-foot North Beach apartment.
This farmhouse with two guest rooms and two newish tree houses (open daily July-August and weekends May-October) is popular with hikers who come to feast on traditional fare like goulash and polenta.
In addition to Airbnb Plus, the company’s main site now will have four new property types — boutique hotels, bed-and-breakfasts, vacation homes and distinctive properties such as tree houses and yurts.
Visit the The Treehouse restaurant and bar — which really is a tree house.
The theme of the big day was a woodsy tree house barn wedding.
After the award ceremony, visitors took a tour of the center, which included the 50-foot-long, live rainbow trout stream, the Re-Use Room, a tree house and meeting area.
Funkier places, such as recreational vehicles, tree houses, tents, shipping containers and boats, are also verboten for tourists here.
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Definition of tree house for English Language Learners
: a small house that is built among the branches of a tree for children to play in
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