Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments below, anytime between Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time).
RIP Gaston la Grenouille – Important Note Regarding the Link-up Tool:
Our adorable froggie-friend Gaston la Grenouille is officially roadkill.
Yes friends I have decided to part ways with our Inlinkz link-up tool because as some of you noticed last week, their free version now uses clickbait/spam type ads mixed in with the legitimate links.
Ultra-annoying and so not cool, but not enough to make me spring for their paid version.
So as much as it pains me to not have all the links in one nice neat place, while I continue my search for an alternative I will simply ask you to share your links in the comments section at the end of my posts.
In the meantime here are some shots I dug out of the archives from early last spring during a visit to the iconic Royal York Hotel in Toronto.
I’ll let you click on that link above which will take you to the Wiki entry where you can read about the history of this grand jewel in the CP Hotels crown, or you can read this informative plaque instead 😉
I’ll apologize in advance for phoning it in this week. It has been a hectic week and I haven’t had time to put together anything else. To make matters worse, when I decided to go with this as my post I was certain I had way more shots to work with. Well it turns out that I don’t so yeah we could call this post: Two Doors and an Entrance With a Fancy Clock 🙂
And if you ever visit Toronto and you’re in the downtown area take a half hour to visit, walk around and explore the handsomely decorated lobby of this historic old building.
I’ll back with more sexy Italian doors next week.
Thanks for stopping in 🙂
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