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Royal Hotel Capetee


Why does nearly every town have a Royal Hotel? Here are four from my recent soujourns ... and I have already shown two more in this blog. And I missed photographing the one in Blayney! I'm wondering if collecting pictures of Royal Hotels is wierd like train spotting


Royal Hotel Carcoar
Royal Hotel Mandurama
Royal Hotel Cullen Bullen


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  1. Unique ... not wierd ... unusual ... but so worthwhile with samples like these ...

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  2. My favourite Royal is on the 3rd photo. Such lovely railing!

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  3. I llike the tilework in the second and the wrought iron in the third. JM has a great eye for detail, so do you.

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