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High on a Windy Hill: The Story of the Prince of Wales Hotel

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Since 1927, sitting atop a knoll overlooking Upper Waterton Lake, the Prince of Wales Hotel has survived floods, fire, gales and even closure. Built for the Minnesota-based Great Northern Railway, the hotel initially provided an oasis for thirsty Americans during Prohibition. Now a national historic site, the lodge receives its rightful tribute in this extensively annotate ...more
Paperback, 180 pages
Published February 25th 2009 by RMB | Rocky Mountain Books
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Cheryl
Sep 10, 2011 rated it did not like it
Although the subject is interesting to me after having visited the area this summer, I didn't enjoy the book. It wasn't very interesting. It was formatted in columns like a newspaper which made the typeset very small and hard to read. The book also wasn't very well edited, I found several spelling and grammar mistakes in the first chapter which is the only one I read.
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