Daily English 382 - Types of Hotels and Accommodations
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Jamal: Have you found a place for us to stay in Chicago?
Erin: I’m still exploring the options. Instead of a run-of-the-mill chain hotel, I thought we could do something different.
Jamal: How different?
Erin: I thought we might stay in a cabin near the lake.
Jamal: A cabin? That sounds a little too rustic for me. My days of roughing it in hostels or fleabag motels are over. A cabin sounds like it would be in the same league.
Erin: Oh, I don’t know. There are some very nice cabins, and even if they’re less than luxurious, I don’t mind staying in a modest place. We can’t afford an expensive boutique hotel, you know.
Jamal: I know that, but there are a lot of other options. We could stay in a bed and breakfast or a vacation rental. Remember the bed and breakfast we stayed in in Montreal?
Erin: Yeah, that was nice. Okay, you win. I was trying to appeal to your adventurous spirit.
Jamal: My adventurous spirit is still here. It just needs the right inducement.
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