This is our room in the Planter's Inn in Savannah. This hotel was the parsinage of the Church where Charles Wesley (yes THE Charles Wesley founder of the Methodists) served. The room overlooks one of the 21 squares in Savannah.
They call this building the Savannah public toilet ... because the Civil Engineers put lavatory style tile all over the building. This is one of the only buildings in Savannah that was allowed to deviate from it architectural heritage.