Some cool awesome bathroom images:
Mural in the bathroom
Image by ppank_l
At the awesome toy store in austin
My favorite graffiti ever
Image by apollonia666
The ladies’ room at Slainte on Bowery, Lower East Side.
The Edgefield Manor
Image by Christine & Eric Mahler
After driving back from Cannon Beach, we headed to the hotel we were staying at for the evening, The Edgefield Manor. When we arrived, it was still too early to check in, so we sat in the car for a bit and played on our various gadgets. When it finally came time to check in, we gathered our belongings and headed into this historic building renovated by a company called McMenamins. The doors and the walls were painted with various murals, and the building had a very creepy kind of feel to it. When we entered our room, we very quickly discovered that there was neither a bathroom nor a TV in the room and stared at each other puzzlingly. Eric then pulled out my laptop and put on a movie, and I grabbed my camera and started taking pictures of this or that until we laid down for a nap. When I woke up, Grandma Amy was looking down on the three of us all asleep in the bed. Colette immediately got up, and I very soon followed her. Eric on the other hand would not stir and became very grumpy as I tried to get him out of bed. Finally, though, I was able to get him up, and we went to the restaurant in the hotel for an expensive (as all restaurants in hotels are) meal.
Grandma Amy (I’ve gotten into the habit of saying that from the trip) told us a little bit about the history of the building. She said that it had once been a poor house, a nursing home, and a sanitorium. She also informed us that there have been a number of sightings of a nurse on the second floor. So, after dinner, our curiosity now being piqued, we wandered the halls, first checking out this area of activity near room 215, then scanning the murals on the walls. We then went to Ruby’s spa, an awesome hot tub filled with water from hot springs presumably close by. It was still drizzling as we swam up and down the little passageways and the rain balanced the heat of the water. Colette hung on to Grandma Amy nearly the entire time, and, when the time came, didn’t want to get out. As we walked back to the hotel, a cold breeze motivated us to increase our pace. Grandma Amy ran ahead with Colette as Eric and I trudged along behind. But eventually we all reached the room and climbed into bed to end our first day of vacation.