If you want to see my pictures of the Old Faithful Inn fireplace, go here. To see some other details of the Old Faithful Inn's interior, go here.
So this picture is looking up at the Crow's Nest from the 3rd floor mezzanine. A small orchestra used to play up here in the early 1900's while guests danced in the lobby approximately 70-feet below.
Here's a shot from inside the crow's nest. Note the chairs (kind of hard to see, since they blend in with the woodwork). Wouldn't it be cool to hang out up there, having a beer or two and chatting with friends? But not too much beer, because the steps going up to that spot are a bit dizzying.
The bellhop who took me up was named Edward. Here he is explaining how they varnish the woodwork with the blood of ungrateful tourists.
Here's looking out of the crow's nest into the Inn's interior. You can see the 3rd and 2nd floor mezzanines in this shot, as well as the stairs and door to Bat's Alley (if you squint - sorry it's so dark), where the bellhops live.
This is a shot of the back of the crow's nest - not visible to the public, but just as cool as the rest of it.
Hope you enjoyed these. Go here to see my adventure on the Old Faithful Inn's roof!