Hotel employees see and hear a lot of things. They also have a pretty good idea of what goes on behind closed doors of their hotels. Some of those things might be intriguing and others are probably things you don’t really want to know ;-).
Anyway, Buzzfeed interviewed some hotel employees a while back and asked them a bunch of questions that a lot of hotel guests would usually be curious about, such as:
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Pilots and flight attendants have very important jobs to do, most of which have something to do, in some way, shape or form, with our safety. But that’s not to say all of these airline staff members are super serious. In fact, there’s probably little that would be further from the truth. Now, I don’t know who submitted these quotes to the internet over the years or where any of them came from, so please forgive me for not giving credit where credit may be due. But for your reading pleasure, here are a whole bunch of things these flight attendants, pilots and occasionally other airline staff or customers have said that might make you giggle. Enjoy!
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We’d all like to think that all guests and staff in a hotel are safe, but unfortunately, that’s not always the case. So one state is taking matters into its own hands and proactively making a law about a higher level of hotel safety.
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Most of you don’t know, but sometime before I became half of Your Mileage May Vary, I was an occupational therapist for 20-something years. It’s unfortunate that the continually growing demands of Medicare and other insurance companies eventually sucked the joy out of my career and I wound up looking for a position in a different, non-medical field in the early 2010s. But to this day, I hold a special place in my heart for anything that has to do with improving the lives of people who have physical, mental or intellectual challenges. So when I heard about this hotel that not only employs disabled people, but is run by them (albeit with some support), my heart just about burst with happiness.
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Happy Wednesday 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.
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