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"A Secret Atlas"
by Michael A. Stackpole



Tuesday, 27 March, 2007

During one of my trips to London last year, I stayed at a remarkable hotel called The London Outpost. It is a lovely townhouse, located just off Sloane Square. There are only a handful of rooms, the staff all know your name and greet you upon your return. I've stayed there a few times in the past, and this time I was treated to a gorgeous suite, complete with a large sitting area and fireplace.

Each room has its own guest book and I skimmed the pages of the book on my desk. I was very amused by two of the entries:



I love the fact that Julian was impressed by both the Continental Breakfast and the Crabtree and Evelyn products. And it's nice that he thinks that Nick's writing is OK.

[I think so too.]


[Only 4,918 more needed for our Wine Cellar Wall.]

Quote du jour:

We flatter those we scarcely know,/ We please the fleeting guest,/And deal full many a thoughtless blow/ To those who love us best.

Ella Wheeler Wilcox (1850 - 1919) US writer, poet, journalist

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