Wednesday, October 13, 2010

A Room with a View

Meanwhile back at the Lodge a gentleman was occupying the room I had previously so I was given a larger one (at the same price) complete with four poster that even the Princess of pea fame would have found comfortable. Bags of space and a choice of bedside lighting
- vital for a late night read.


Facing the garden and the sun the room was bathed in light.

A moment's aberration - I don't usually put bags on the bed.

I liked the art deco bathroom - similar to the one I planned when we had two sculleries made into one room - a battle I haven't yet won. However I have just had an ailing freezer collected giving me time to clean the area before its replacement is installed. This freezer was poorly some time back and I got as far as putting it outside to be collected when he who must be obeyed decided it was working - by whicn time I had a new one. Then we became accustomed to two freezers so a replacement will arrrive shortly. You win some you lose some:)
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10 comments:

R. Sherman said...

Looks like the perfect spot.

Cheers.

The Unbearable Banishment said...

A complimentary upgrade is the worst thing that can happen to a person! I was given a free upgrade into first class on a flight once. Horrible. It's not a subtle difference. It's a HUGE difference. I wish I was back in blissful ignorance.

john.g. said...

Beautiful place!!

Pat said...

Randall: it filed the bill perfectly.

UB: I was quite happy with the first room but a different room gives me something to write about. So I was content. Also it was room 5 - our lucky number.

John G: you'd love it.

Pearl said...

What a beautiful place...

Pearl

Guyana-Gyal said...

Bliss.

An unexpected gift.

Don't you just feel wonderful? Imagine sinking into that bed when you're sooo tired.

Leigh Russell said...

How lovely to feel so pampered. I hope you enjoyed every second of it. It looks beautiful.

Pat said...

Pearl and Leigh: after a long day at the hospital where spirits fluctuate it was the perfect haven.

GG: by 6pm every night I was in my nightie and on the bed - reading, eating, drinking (just the one)and totally chilling - ready for whatever the next day would bring. It was such a help.

debra said...

elegant and lovely :-)

Pat said...

Debra: it certainly helped, through a difficult time - to be in pleasant surroundings.