A hotel in the Village ofKrauhausen. Many inns in the Frontier villages are humble affairs, but as the communities grow larger, they're often divided into separate lodgings for merchants and the general travelers. The Rivers Inn can quite bluntly be described as a hotel for millionaires. The first floor boasts a restaurant, bar, casino, while the parking lot is filled with the very latest gasoline powered cars and steam-driven vehicles, all polished and gleaming in the moonlight. The standard carriages are all drawn by at least a half dozen horses and are lavishly adorned with gold and other precious metals. The regular hitching post for horses apparently goes unused. This is where Byron Balazs tells D to stay.