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Triangle

This is a rather ropey photo, but it's a surprisingly hard prompt, so please forgive me!

Montpellier 2013 296

The Grand Hotel Du Midi, Montpellier, which is the triangular pointy end of a city block. (Technically, I suppose it's a trapezium, since they just nipped the point off for those balconies, but let's not quibble...) It makes for some quite interestingly shaped bedrooms - I was one room along from the pointy end, and distinctly not living amid right-angles for my stay! Also, I love that kind of Railway Age confidence that puts your hotel name in Art Nouveau script and gold like that.

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Oh my goodness, I'll bet the shapes of some of the rooms are quite fascinating indeed.
They really are - especially because it's an old hotel, with all the cupboards and bathrooms inserted. My bedroom was an octagon, I think. (Not a regular one!)
I love the triangle buildings. The school where I was educated in jewelry making in San Francisco was located in a triangle building and I thought it was so very wonderful. I also love odd-shaped rooms that you get in buildings that aren't square. So much more fun!

- Erulisse (one L)
I used to live in a wedge-shaped one as a student, which wasn't ideal (no right-angles to put your single bed into, so you would lose either your pillow or the covers). But even that used to please me with its peculiarly-shaped hallways!
I rather like that response!
What a beautiful example for a triangle!
Lovely old building. A great response to the prompt.
Nothing quite like semi-Euclidian geometry:-)
No, let's not quibble, because I liked that building a lot and I think that it can be called a triangular building. Interesting rooms indeed. :

(I was trying to find a pic myself where I was contemplating a ceiling that was not quite a triangle but had sort of roundish corners. Found another at long last though.)