The illusive "Hide Out" so named for many reasons. Bonnie and Clyde stayed here before their final demise. It may have been car trouble!
Al Capone and his lonely wife Mae discovered that the "Hide Out" gave them a glorious respite from the rat race of Chicago. Mae's routine was to spend the day bathing in their private water closet. Then wrapping herself in luxurious soft, large towels, and promping at the pedestal sink, and al the vintage antique dressing before dressing for dinner at the Blue Ridge Restaurant in the village.
Capone cautiously sat on the antique fainting couch sipping his brandy while staring out the big bay window as though expecting the B-Men to show at any time. His concealed pistol always ready.
Pretty Boy Floyd, a frequent guest, felt secure in this bedroom. He is fascinated by the array of mirrors which serve his vain image. Pretty Boy has always enjoyed the comfort of the pillow-top queen bed and the crisp extravagant linens and fluffy pillows under which he harbors his 45. Better to be ready than dead.
In search of privacy, Paul Castellano and Gloria Olarte seek refuge at "The Rhinestone Rose BnB" in the Hide Out suite. Strolling through the gardens, they share a glass of wine and their utmost secrets on the garden patio. Is it any wonder they fell in love right here? Unstated rumor has it that he left his wife for this raven maid. But who is gonna rat on 'em?
Disclosures: BnB is not bugged. This story is fictional... but the Hide Out is not!! Check your gats (Tommy guns) with the Innkeeper.
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