Sublime/room number ?


I've been to San Francisco at least once these past four years and one of these days I'm going to visit the hotel Brad passed away at. I dunno why I just have this weird thing where I feel connected ever so slightly if I set foot in places that have been graced by the presence of greatness of people that have passed.. Maybe, Hopefully, I'm not the only one. You know the whole.. "Can you believe (insert name) actually used to (insert verb) in this very spot"

Well I was wondering if you knew the room number he was staying in? I know it was Ocean View.. and that thing really is.. it's steps from the sand.. Watching some of the video documentaries I like to agree with the behind the music one just because it seems a happier ending to where the narrator says some say he may have walked down to the beach to watch the waves...

Anyway, thank you. I've got nothing done at work all day because I can't get enough of this sublime knowledge !



I don't know the answer to this question, but here's the address and photos of where you'll end up:

If you want to try, you can call them and ask. They would know.

Sorry I couldn't help.



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