Dismal Outlook for Hotels Is Good for Bailout Specialists

In a scene familiar to many banks, a Howard Johnson's hotel and a Comfort Inn languished two-thirds vacant for most of the 1991 summer season as travelers rushed by on a stretch of interstate highway about 30 miles south of Nashville, Tenn.

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