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an inn or hotel.
Historical Examples

The albergo della Colombina was a great disappointment, for there was nothing there that could be eaten.
The Short Works of George Meredith George Meredith

They sleep a long night at that albergo—those who ride there as you ride.
A Likely Story William De Morgan

The restaurant of the albergo Giappone is one of the most famous eating-houses in Tuscany.
The Gourmet’s Guide to Europe Algernon Bastard

To begin with, its inn is different from any other albergo in Italy.
A Little Pilgrimage in Italy Olave M. (Olave Muriel) Potter

He established us at the albergo della Fontana, a good and comfortable house.
Seeing Europe with Famous Authors, Volume 7 Various

We arrived at the albergo della Madonna (con giardino) and Peppino took me up to my room.
Castellinaria Henry Festing Jones

Under the starry sky the albergo d’ltalia Una emerged, black and low, breaking the dark level of the plain.
Nostromo: A Tale of the Seaboard Joseph Conrad

I took leave of the young ladies, and Papa, Alessandro and Gildo accompanied me to the albergo, where they left me.
Castellinaria Henry Festing Jones

The albergo Trinacria was not merely shaken down, it was also burnt.
Castellinaria Henry Festing Jones

The newspapers particularly mentioned that the albergo Trinacria had fallen, killing everyone who was sleeping there that night.
Castellinaria Henry Festing Jones


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