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Journalist Norman Parker leaves room at Olofsson. Haiti. The Hotel Oloffson is an inn in central Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The main structure of the hotel is a 19th century Gothic gingerbread mansion set in a lush tropical garden. The mansion was built as a residence for the powerful Sam family, including two former presidents of Haiti. The hotel was the real-life inspiration for the fictional Hotel Trianon in Graham Greene's famous 1966 novel The Comedians. Since 1990... click for more    (ID • 2169)

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olofsson hotel port au prince haiti norman parker journalist sleep rest work travel graham greene comedians ram buildings landmarks conflict safety backgrounds textures social environment www.realworldtelevision.com www.realworldvideo.com www.realworldimage.com www.realworldphotographs.com www.garymoorephotography.com kelowna video production okanagan cameraman gary moore
Journalist Norman Parker leaves room at Olofsson. Haiti. The Hotel Oloffson is an inn in central Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The main structure of the hotel is a 19th century Gothic gingerbread mansion set in a lush tropical garden. The mansion was built as a residence for the powerful Sam family, including two former presidents of Haiti. The hotel was the real-life inspiration for the fictional Hotel Trianon in Graham Greene's famous 1966 novel The Comedians. Since 1990, the hotel has been the regular performance venue of the mizik rasin band, RAM, famous for their protest music during the Raoul CÚdras military dictatorship from 1991 to 1994.
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