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The '''Fairmont Hotel''' was a lodging establishment located in [[San Francisco]], [[California]] on [[Earth]].
 
The '''Fairmont Hotel''' was a lodging establishment located in [[San Francisco]], [[California]] on [[Earth]].
   
In [[2364]], when [[Jean-Luc Picard]] first entered his [[Dixon Hill]] [[holonovel]], based in the year [[1941]], he was still wearing his [[Starfleet uniform]]. {{dis|Madeline|fictional character}}, his secretary, observing the unusual attire, asked him if he lost another bet. Seeing that he was unsure of what she was referring to, she pointed out "the [[bellboy]] suit" and proceeded to ask if he was moonlighting at the Fairmont. ({{TNG|The Big Goodbye}})
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In [[2364]], when [[Jean-Luc Picard]] first entered his [[Dixon Hill]] [[holonovel]], based in the year [[1941]], he was still wearing his [[Starfleet uniform]]. {{dis|Madeline|Dixon Hill}}, his secretary, observing the unusual attire, asked him if he lost another [[gambling|bet]]. Seeing that he was unsure of what she was referring to, she pointed out "the [[bellboy]] suit" and proceeded to ask if he was [[moonlighting]] at the Fairmont. ({{TNG|The Big Goodbye}})
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{{bginfo|The name of this hotel was changed from Fremont in the script ''{{Star Trek Minutiae|resources/scripts/113.txt}}'' to Fairmont for the episode.}}
   
 
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[[Category:The Dixon Hill Series]]

Latest revision as of 18:21, October 8, 2016

The Fairmont Hotel was a lodging establishment located in San Francisco, California on Earth.

In 2364, when Jean-Luc Picard first entered his Dixon Hill holonovel, based in the year 1941, he was still wearing his Starfleet uniform. Madeline, his secretary, observing the unusual attire, asked him if he lost another bet. Seeing that he was unsure of what she was referring to, she pointed out "the bellboy suit" and proceeded to ask if he was moonlighting at the Fairmont. (TNG: "The Big Goodbye")

The name of this hotel was changed from Fremont in the script [1] to Fairmont for the episode.

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