There are a whole lot of travel sales going on right now, friends. They’re all pretty awesomesauce, but heads up that some end today, some tomorrow and some next week, so do’t take to long to check them out…
HELLO POINTS & MILES AND TRAVEL NEWBIES! First off and most important – I am one of you and you are my people! Joe is the guru about ALL THE THINGS POINTS AND MILES and I’m like, “Yeah, OK. Whatever.” Don’t get me wrong – I certainly LIKE getting the occasional free flights and plane/hotel upgrades because of his hobby but really, except for the little bit of info that’s gotten into my brain that gives me the ability to tell off people touting credit cards at airports, I really don’t have a clue.
So in order to have a better idea of what he’s talking about, I did a little studying. Not much, because I’m still like, “Whatever.” But just enough to have a clue. And now, because I’m a giver, I share this info with you.
When staying overnight in an unfamiliar environment such as a hotel, many people find it difficult to fall asleep. It makes sense, of course – you’re not used to the mattress, there are sounds you’re not familiar with (like the air conditioner) or expect (like the drunks loudly slithering into their room at 3am), or your brain simply won’t shut off because of reasons.
Fortunately, there are several ways to help you fall asleep in a hotel faster. In fact, there’s even a technique that’s said to help you fall asleep in just two minutes!
I needed a room for a single night in West Palm Beach after going to see a concert at the Coral Sky Amphitheater, an open air facility on the grounds of the South Florida Fairgrounds. My requirements for the stay were that it needed to be close to the concert, inexpensive for a single night stay, and clean and safe enough for me to want to stay there.
I did some searches and several hotels fit the bill. After some back and forth reading reviews, I decided to go with this one:
Hotels can mean different things to different people. A place to stay while you’re on a business trip. Part of an amazing vacation. And sometimes it means a chance for funny things to happen or think about. Like these…