seen in the Bridgewood Manor Hotel in Chatham, Kent (England) - it was a fine, noble hotel with a good breakfast and dinner. Inspired by Larry's Ovality image some weeks ago I like to show the entry hall of this hotel with some rounded things - but my main topic of this posting is the French bed style in English and other European hotels, it might be lovely for cuddling pairs, but less comfortable for older couples, equipped with two pillows, but only o n e comforter/top sheet. Typical is also the trio order of the colourful small cushions on the bed and a spread on the footboard. I was so lucky to use this Queensize bed for myself, but even I don't like those comforters which are lashed and stowed on both sides of the bed. I heard some couples asking for twin beds in the next hotel or two single comforters, but in general, the beds are like this one.
Many thanks for yesterday's comment - excuse my lacks of comments, I'm taking part in an art history seminar about Giotto and the Italian Fresco Painting (for the oldies at our university).
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