As a child, my parents drove me to
You might think that modern hotels wouldn’t care the least little bit who slept where, beyond the closed doors of the rooms they rent, but they do! The Tokyo Inn hotels in
The fact is that due to recent economic trouble, more than a few companies are asking their employees to share rooms when on company travel. I know, I know, “ick,” but I can’t help you with that, other than to suggest a suite with two bathrooms and a roll-away bed. What I am trying to help you with is the avoidance of an awkward situation during check-in. Lots of international hotels (in certain countries like
So do yourself a favor and call ahead to see if it’s a problem before you end up having a rather loud and/or embarrassing conversation in the hotel lobby. Not that there’s anything wrong with that… You could always quietly walk out and go somewhere else where you can choose your own sleeping arrangements; I know that’s what my Uncle Larry would have done!
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