BBC. CNN. Aljazeera. Slippers at breakfast. Stewed tomatoes, mushrooms, sausage. Watermelon juice. Taxi doorman. Reuse all linens and towels. Newspapers in fancy bags. Key cards. Plug adapters. Upscale body cleansers. Phones by toilet. Bath salts. Laundry in boxes. Swimming pool in lobby. Overheated shuttle bus. Free wifi. Folded underwear. Foreign businessmen. Tourist groups. Bellboy models. Piano playing bar. Club floor. Home sickness.
On the flag: Charlottesville, Virginia, USA sketcher Jessie Chapman sketching at Charlottesville train station with UVA Medical Center in the distance.
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