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I hope those aren't incandescent bulbs.
Hurray. Was this an area frequented by rich Texas vacationers seeking cool summer weather in the pre-airconditioning days? Many businesses seem Texas connected in their customer signage.
Good that it was restored rather than destroyed.
Beaumont. Hmmm, Beau mont. That there's French, in'nit.
History Beaumont Hotel
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"HOTEL"Many a man climbed the stairBehind many a twitching behind,In the hotel that held the fairest fairWho sold the bump and grind.
Good that it was restored rather than destroyed.Hear, hear. What a beautiful place!Hurray. Was this an area frequented by rich Texas vacationers seeking cool summer weather in the pre-airconditioning days? Many businesses seem Texas connected in their customer signage.Hmm--I guess I'm missing the Texas connection. What are you seeing that I'm not? (Sure, Beaumont is a city in SE Texas, but the site explains the name: Beau mont = beautiful mountain.)
What a great restoration job compared to the pre-restoration photo's in Bearbee's link.Looking at other photos in the photostream you've managed to capture the special look/feeling comes with towns nestled in the Rockies in both countries. I haven't been to the European Alps and don't know if the feeling is the same in Alpine villages. I didn't get this same 'aura', or whatever it is, from Spanish and French towns in the Pyrenees. Sure are a lot of shorts wearers.
Where's the one with your stained sheets? I know it's coming!! Maybe "Meade's favorite stain."
Some people just aren't Titus.
The inner hall there is a pale shadow of Gallup NM's famed El Rancho Hotel, which is one of the greatest places on earth.
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