Sunday, January 17, 2010
North Lodge Hotel
North Lodge Hotel in Launceston was built in the 1970s and reminds me of US films of back lane motels. It has been designed so the frontage faces on a slight angle (possibly to receive more sunlight) and is a large complex that carries on up the steep hill.
Recently some of the cream colour bricks at the front and sides of the building were painted a bright orange. There is an open viewing platform on the top floor that allows great views over the city.
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