Trying to figure our what type of room you’re booking is difficult enough without hotels giving fancy names to the categories. No hotel is worse when it comes to that than the W Hotel chain. I discovered these strangely named room categories when booking a stay at the W Hollywood. Remember, they’re the hotel that told us we needed to bring our party game with us.
Since I was booking with points, I could only book the base level room if there was one available. Here were the room categories I had to choose from:
Continue reading “Dear W Hotels – Stop With The Impossible To Understand Room Categories”
This story is actually from 2017, but I saved it until now, Halloween season, because, well, I just couldn’t let it go.
Apparently a woman in Indiana faced multiple charges a few weeks before Halloween last year, after police said she spit on and threatened hotel employees while half naked and then blamed vampires for destroying her room.
Ummm…as one does…sometimes?
Continue reading “Woman Blames Vampires For Destroying Her Hotel Room”
Unless you’re of the generation that has been raised with computers, smart phones, etc., there can sometimes be a learning curve when you have a new piece of electronics. For some it might be as simple as a glance at the instructions just to learn one specific thing. For others, well, maybe they need to take a class or two. Such was the case of this poor chap…
Continue reading “A Quick Lesson In How To NOT Videotape Your Vacation ;-)”
There are some people who, I think, just live to be unhappy. You know the kind I mean…they always have a scowl on their face and wherever they are and whatever they see, they’re going to have a complaint. Here’s what some of these crabby people had to say about the Eiffel Tower, Big Ben (which is temporarily closed – it’s been reported all over the internet for nearly 2 years), The Statue of Liberty, Angkor Wat and Pyramids of Giza.
Continue reading “What Some Of The World’s Crabbiest People Say About Some Of The Most Beloved Places On Earth”
Going through the TSA checkpoint in Orlando can be miserable. Lines get really long, and that’s just to get TO the checkpoint. Once you have your ID inspected, you need to wait for the security check of your baggage and possibly your person as well.
Our experiences aren’t nearly as bad as they used to be, since we get access to the TSA Precheck lanes by having Global Entry. The lines aren’t usually very long and we’re typically through security in less than 15 minutes.
Unfortunately, last Saturday, I went through my first major traffic jam in the TSA Precheck lane. Continue reading “Why Did I Need To Take Off My Shoes?”