youth hostel

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Recent Examples on the Web The Fernandezes helped steer the Falwells to a South Beach building that contained a youth hostel, a liquor store and the Italian restaurant. Washington Post, "The Falwells, the pool attendant and the double life that brought them all down," 18 Sep. 2020 The three became business associates in 2013, when Granda and his father convinced Falwell to invest in a youth hostel in South Beach, Politico Magazine reported in 2017. CBS News, "Liberty University announces probe of Jerry Falwell Jr.'s tenure amid scandal," 1 Sep. 2020 That property ultimately turned out to be a Miami Beach youth hostel, which the Falwells purchased in 2013 and offered Granda a share in, BuzzFeed News previously reported. Maria Pasquini, PEOPLE.com, "Jerry Falwell Jr.'s 'Game Plan' Was to 'Throw' Wife 'Under the Bus' in Sex Scandal, Says Pool Boy," 28 Aug. 2020 That property ultimately turned out to be a Miami Beach youth hostel, which the Falwells purchased in 2013 and offered Granda a share in, Buzzfeed News reported. Joelle Goldstein, PEOPLE.com, "Jerry Falwell Jr., His Wife and the Pool Boy: Everything To Know About Their Alleged Relationship," 25 Aug. 2020 The Falwells and Granda later became business partners and offered Granda a share in a Miami youth hostel. The Salt Lake Tribune, "Jerry Falwell Jr. resigns from Liberty University. Again.," 25 Aug. 2020 The government created youth hostels and slashed train fares for vacationers. Norimitsu Onishi, New York Times, "Holidays Are a Way of Life in France in August. Yellow Vests Can’t Afford Them.," 29 Aug. 2019 For the next three months, though, my evenings were regularly whiled away in cafes and youth hostels, sipping wine and arguing about art, politics and revolution. Michael Dirda, Washington Post, "What is it about France? A book lover revisits his past and celebrates the present," 7 Aug. 2019 Over the many years, its main purpose has shifted: it has been used as an administration office, a prison, a mental asylum, and a youth hostel. Christian Allaire, Vogue, "Touring Germany’s Most Festive Christmas Markets," 18 Dec. 2018

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1929, in the meaning defined above

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“Youth hostel.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/youth%20hostel. Accessed 25 Sep. 2020.

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