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    On Dec 17, 2010 Catherine Todd wrote:

    Alright, here's a real life experience. How to offer "hospitality" without incurring damage to oneself or one's home (possession)?

    http://weburbanist.com/2008/07/17/unique-beach-houses-and-lake-houses/

    Castel Meur, also known as The House Between the Rocks or La Maison de Plougrescant, was built in 1861. It’s nestled between two natural granite pillars on the English Channel coast in Brittany, France. Those rocks and the waterside location make Castel Meur an extremely photogenic abode. The house became somewhat famous when postcards featuring a beautiful photograph of the property were sold in gift shops around the world. Unfortunately, tourists lacking respect for the residence have caused damage to the home and property, prompting the owner to prohibit commercial sale of images of the home.


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