Sunday, 7 August 2011

My Hotel Room Had A ...

A couple of weeks ago I spent three nights at a hotel in Richmond while I helped to give a training course at The National Archives. Like all good British hotel rooms it had coffee making facilities (I so miss these when I travel abroad) but, unlike every other hotel room I've ever stayed in, it also had it's own conservatory!

Unfortunately I wasn't in my hotel room for most any of the day during which the sun would stream into the conservatory, although it was pleasant to sit in even when the sun had set. It just seems so odd to add a conservatory to a hotel room. Surely most people, most of the time, are going to be out of their room during the day?
13 August 2011 at 18:07 , GB said...

I'm sure it was in Richmond or Kingston right down on the Thames where I stayed in a hotel where the room had a lounge far bigger and better than the bedroom and strawberries and cream were served on the riverbank in the afternoon.

It was the first time I ever suffered from hay fever and I didn't know what it was! My introduction by the pharmacist to Piriton!

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