italdred:

(by Confite Canibal)
theparisreview:

“The hotel is, of course, an ideal place for cerebral brooding; hotels are by their nature in-between. It is where you sleep, but it is not your home. You are a guest without a host, surrounded by scores of strangers, hanging up their clothes in the room next door, as close as family.”
Maggie Lange on Lost in Translation, E. M. Forster’s Lucy Honeychurch, and other characters waiting in hotels.
zombridiaries:

Skin II by Aziel Keilah 
apoplexiac:

"The Times we had."