Some people like to document the pictures left behind generic hotel room art, others like to post photos of guests jumping on beds, and recently we came across someone who is intrigued by the elegant corridors of hotels from around the world. Every few days a new hallway appears with riveting commentary such as:
"None of this prepares you for the creepiest hallways in hoteldom. The universal reaction is: The Adams Family or the Munsters. They're so wide you could drive an armoured personnel carrier down the middle of them. The ceilings are low. The lighting is dim (as if they'd turned the original gas fixtures into sconces) and the paint color looks as if it was originally way-off white, then subjected to 30 years of nicotine stain."