If you consider how much use they get, and how many washings they go through, it’s not tough to realize that linens wear out and need to be replaced much more often than the ones we use at home.
But did you ever wonder what they do with those old towels and sheets that they can’t use in the rooms anymore? I did. So I did some research to find out…
Continue reading “What Do Hotels Do With Their Old, Worn Out, and/or Stained Towels & Sheets?”
Happy Sunday to all of our travel friends, both near and far! Here are some articles we’ve read from other bloggers (and other sources) that we think you may like, as well, so we’re passing them along.
Continue reading “What Not To Watch On A Plane, China’s Doing WHAT?, An Odd/Important Thing To Do When You Board, & More!”
When hotels decide it’s time for a change, it means there are lots of old items, much of it big and bulky, that they need to get rid of. We’re talking beds, dressers, nightstands, tables, chairs, lamps, etc. from hundreds of rooms. Or maybe pots, pans, plates and/or silverware from a huge hotel kitchen. What do they do with it all?
Well, it depends…
Continue reading “When Hotels Redecorate, What Do They Do With Their Old Stuff?”
Earlier this week, I wrote about how I was letting some of my frequent flyer miles expire because I didn’t have any use for them and it wasn’t worthwhile to keep them active. After reading the article, Shawn B. commented on our Facebook page.
Can you donate/transfer em?
I can’t believe I didn’t think of that. I mean, I had even written an entire article about how you can donate miles and points to help out after natural disasters. It’s that charities just don’t need donations during emergencies, they need them all the time. So why not donate my expiring miles to a charity?
I don’t put all the blame on myself because NOWHERE ON FRONTIER’S WEBSITE DOES IT MENTION YOU CAN DONATE YOUR MILES!!!!! Not cool, Frontier. Not cool at all.
Continue reading “I Donated My Expiring Frontier Miles To Charity. Frontier Didn’t Make It Easy To Know How To Do That, So Here’s How”