The Munro House Bed and Breakfast in Jonesville Michigan features HBO on high definition televisions in all guest rooms. Travelers who arrive in Jonesville on a Sunday night in April, May, and June will not miss the first viewing of any episode of the 4th season of Game of Thrones. Guests may join the hosts to watch what happens in the realm on the big screen in the Library, or retreat to the privacy of their room to watch on their own.
Sunday night is not the only Game of Thrones night at the Munro House. OnDemand programming from Comcast Xfinity is available in all guest rooms, so your favorite television programs on HBO or many other cable and network channels may be viewed at your leisure at no additional cost. There is live TV on over 100 news, sports, and entertainment channels, plus 6 HBO stations and 7 Encore premium channels. Past seasons of Game of Thrones may still be available OnDemand to refresh the multitude of complex story-lines.
Even though some of my favorite characters from Game of Thrones have already been killed off in previous seasons. There is hope that many of my remaining favorite characters will still be alive at the end of this season. There is also some desire that the characters that I detest most will meet a gruesome and fitting death at appropriate vengeful hands. There are some love stories that I would like to see continue, and some alliances that may remain true. However, many conflicts will certainly come to a bitter end as new opportunities or struggles arise. I have not read the books, so each episode will bring surprises to me.
My love for the Game of Thrones series comes from the parallels to current day politics. The ways they are mirrored help to explain what a person will do to get power, what the family will do to keep power, along with the deals, trades, and relationships that occur specifically to retain power. The poor are kept weak, the strong are feared, the influential are used, and the ignorant are exploited. I find it all so fascinating. Although this is a work of fiction, much of the history of kings and queens and dynasties in actual history is explained and portrayed in a very gruesome, but convincing and entertaining manner.
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