I'm sure it's very nice Jim, but I'm not coming over if I'm on that much of a budget :):)
I think that's a beautiful building !!Greetings
I love its rugged charm. If you like you can link up in this weeks "Through My Lens". Link is below.MersadMersad Donko Photography
It reminds me of some architecture here.
Très jolie capture photographique...Gros bisous ♡
I think I would prefer another hotel, sometimes budget is not the way to go. Have a happy week!
This building suggests that it has weathred many lifetimes with a bit of a struggle. An interesting one to photograph.
Full of character ~ grew shot!Wishing you the magic and love of the season,artmusedog and carol
I should have known this photo was taken in Australia. Oh how I miss that light.I lived in Melbourne for six years but now I'm in Bonnie Scotland. The building looks like it's got a lot of history and has a fair few tales to tell.Thanks for sharing ;D
Looks like it fits the name. Love the red door!
Nice shot of the hotel.
I wish it was "shorts weather" here - enjoy your summer!Thanks for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/12/beautiful-saint-maarten.html
Now there is a building with a story to tell. If walls could only talk there is no telling what these walls would say. Love this image.
Just a reminder of those summer days for us here. I do wonder what the rooms are like inside that hotel.
It looks like it might have been around a while...older and comfortable.
There are many budget hotels around the area which make up one of the common commercial buildings within the vicinity. The region is also known for the various self storage facilities that are high in demand by the residents there who mostly stay in smaller dwellings with a lack of space.
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