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The Ambassador Hotel – 1928

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A view of the Ambassador Hotel. I believe this one was situated at the south west corner of Riverside and Goyeau.

 

Hot and Cold running water, all for $1.50 and up. A buck and a half then is equivalent to just over $20 today. Hotel room prices have certainly risen faster than the rate of inflation.

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