is, in fact, as much in the tradition ofDad's Army as it is in the Office.
Last month, we went to Oslob, the latest Philippine tourist trap
, to see the whale sharks.
"The central library is more of a tourist trap
than a community facility," Mr Jaddoo said.
A COVENTRY charity will carry out street walks once a week with the aim of helping homeless people in tourist trap
"We're happy with our own company - but we like to see the real world where ordinary people live, not a purpose-built tourist trap
"No, Vegas is only a tourist trap
. There is no gay culture here.
Tony d'Avanzo has solved a problem at his Rolls Royce bed and breakfast in the Cotswold tourist trap
of Bourton-on-the-Water--and next door's dog is as sick as the proverbial parrot!
Ogden, Charles TOURIST TRAP
(Edgar and Ellen Series, #2).
The site features "success story" occupations like camel husbandry, flower masseuse, clown "escorts," and silver-painted tourist trap
standing still on a box performers.
Under the smiling, sugarcoated tourist trap
facade lies a complicated web of deceit, greed and murder.
Although Cuba was once a generous mixture of Europeans, West Africans and Chinese, today there remain only 300 pure Chinese and Chinatown has become a tourist trap
. While the Mauritius and Trinidad and Tobago segments celebrate the successes of their restaurant owners, the Cuban segment is a touching epitaph for a ghost community.
The name of which horse running today could also be: (a) a tourist trap
in London (b) a hirsute fruit (c) a biography of Led Zeppelin (d) a less-than-warm spice (e) a sorcerous bit on the side?
So far, the top-down planning model has produced what is at best a tourist trap
, at worst an outright failure.
John Harris is quoted as saying that the absence of opossums is a "curious exception" to the list of current mammals of the Los Angeles Basin preserved in the La Brea tar pits ("L.A.'s Oldest Tourist Trap
," SN: 1/24/04, p.
A cardboard cutout of actress Angelina Jolie in her `Tomb Raider' costume appears to stand guard over the quiet town of Drain on Monday afternoon from the window of Betty's Tourist Trap
store on First Street.