This is Lafayette Square. Back in the day, it was the old Laffayette Hotel. It's a beautiful, classically styled brick structure. These days it has been reconfigured all over into apartments. Friends of mine from college stayed here when they came to visit me in the 70's. It was quite a place. It was one of the 'in places' to stay before the chain hotels took over and spread about the city. I ran into Leo, a friend from back in my Gorham days, and he has moved into an apartment on the 6th floor. He's got a small kitchen, a living room and a bedroom. Perfect for a single guy in his later years. And of course, the building is in the heart of the city, so Leo can walk all over. So, let's see. Got his political books. Got the internet. Got food. Got legs to walk. Happy man.