aj_crawley: (she keeps her moet et chandon)
aj_crawley ([personal profile] aj_crawley) wrote2008-10-05 06:52 am

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There's nothing unusual about the room. Of course, it would be hard for any room to be unusual by Milliways' standards, but this could pass for a hotel a back home - albeit an old-fashioned one, with wooden floors, exposed beams, a fireplace. A bed, bedside tables, a pair of armchairs; everything utterly unremarkable.

The only notable things, the only things that aren't usually there when one walks into a hotel room: a bottle of Atlantean (already opened) and a glass, sitting on one of the bedside tables, and a book tossed carelessly on the bedspread. And the sound of running water.

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