When a typical countryside scene breaks into an urban setting.
Many people in Spain's biggest cities have grown exasperated with Airbnb-style rentals.
Punished for ‘their poor work attitude to customers’
Nap York opened three months ago in a three-story building near Penn Station, US$12 (RM47.8) buys patrons 30 minutes in a wooden sleep cabin, day or night.
Her roommates moved out years ago but her rent went up by only US$12 in more than 60 years.
From 1962 — the year of the Cuban Missile Crisis — food was stored in the basements of buildings, schools and churches, supposedly sturdy enough to offer protection.
Since opening in 1884, the Chelsea Hotel became a refuge for writers and artists such as Mark Twain and Bob Marley.