Definition of Paradors
1. parador [n] - See also: parador
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Paradors
Literary usage of Paradors
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Spain by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated (2001)
"Unlike most other modern paradors, this one has not been contrived to look old. The furniture is as recent as the building and is occasionally brash and ..."
2. The Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1869)
"Dinner was always taken in the open air with purchased provisions to avoid entering these wretched paradors and posadas, ..."
3. Curiosities of Popular Customs and of Rites, Ceremonies, Observances, and by William Shepard Walsh (1897)
"After high mass had been heard, the paradors returned in similar order to sit down to a monster banquet, where the affairs of the guild were discussed. ..."
4. The English Illustrated Magazine (1887)
"I stayed at Spanish fondas, paradors, and casinos, as well as at French hotels, which abound in Spain. I mixed with the people so far as my mastery of the ..."
5. Northern Spain, Painted and Described by Edgar Thomas Ainger Wigram (1906)
"But the little Posadas and paradors of the villages in the interior are much more primitive institutions, and these are the lot of the traveller who ..."
6. Public Speaking by Clarence Stratton, James Albert Winans (1917)
"... woman and a band which plays over and over again the same strains, some piece popular in the convention, and with the paradors singing and shouting. ..."
7. Spain, as it is by George Alexander Hoskins (1851)
"There are three classes of inns in Spain, the fonda, the posada, and the venta; without mentioning the paradors, which are like posadas, but less frequently ..."
8. Hotels of Character & Charm in Spainby Hunter Publishing, Incorporated, Hunter Publishing, Michelle Gastaut, Fagrice Camoin, Rivages (Firm by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated, Hunter Publishing, Michelle Gastaut, Fagrice Camoin, Rivages (Firm (2001)
"As in all paradors. the rooms are large and great use has been made of wood which gives them a warmer character. The furniture is classical and the floor ..."