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kirkswig


Feb 1, 2005, 11:09 AM

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During Independence Day the Hotel Hacienda replaced all their white light bulbs with colored light bulbs in order to render the Mexican flag. It was quite becoming, and I was sorry when they changed it back.

Now I see they have a new pattern. A four-by-eight square of lights on the upper left has been turned off, leaving only a sort of backwards-L shape of lights along the right and the bottom of the building.

Does anybody know what this signifies?

To boldly go where no wig has gone before.



Marlene / Moderator


Feb 1, 2005, 5:29 PM

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I will have to take a look but they should be getting ready with the big red heart for Valentines day soon! Those lights are actually the outdoor patio lights for the rooms and they change to colored bulbs to make the design.


(This post was edited by Marlene on Feb 2, 2005, 7:37 AM)
 
 
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