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  2nd Story Balcony Leading to Cloister Bedrooms
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  • 2nd Story Balcony Leading to Cloister Bedrooms - Hearst San Simeon State Historical Monument
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  • View from the Cloister Room Balcony Hallway - Hearst San Simeon State Historical Monument
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  • Cloister Bedroom 1 - Hearst San Simeon State Historical Monument
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  • Cloister Bedroom with Bathroom Doors - Hearst San Simeon State Historical Monument
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On the second floor, there's enclosed balcony on the south side that provides entry to a number of guest rooms. These rooms each have twin beds, with twin bathrooms. Presummably these would be lower status guests, who would be required to share a room, but didn't have to share a bathroom. Nevertheless the rooms are stuffed with artwork collected by Hearst. The balcony was once open, but was enclosed with glass due to the strong winds and winter rains. The floor is slight sloped to the outside.

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  • Written Apr 17, 2007
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