On behalf of the Bell Tower Hotel, I am requesting that you remove the name Bell Tower Hotel and picture from your collection. Further legal action will be taken if not removed immediately.
Did you know that this was the building that Edward Seidensticker had an office in for half the year during about 1970-1975? He was the famous translator of "The Tale of Genji", the 11th century work which is widely held to be the first novel ever written, by Murasaki Shikibu.
This is not 312 S. Ashley.
The correct name of the Building is Science Hall.
Ωραίος ουρανός!!Κλερη από Ελλαδα.
schönes Foto !!
Grüße aus Essen Germany
Okidoki lo cambie. (Pero no fue necesario para GRITAR.)
I even saw "John Burnett Hall" listed on the official University of St Andrews website. When I mentioned to them that they had misspelled the name of the hall (and that it was named after a former professor of the university, of whom they should have records, and thus the ability to spell his name correctly), the eventual reply I received had an extensive round of cc's before the reply to me that said that they had figured out that someone could actually walk over to the hall and check, that this was done, and that - indeed - Burnet was spelled with only one 't', and that they would be changing the spelling on their website.