And yet housekeeping missed this splatter at a hotel in Philly.
This inexplicable artwork was found on the wall at a Novotel in Ghana by Patrick Smith, a commercial pilot and amazing blogger. It’s almost like a Rorschach Test. Who sees their mom? If you haven’t subscribed to Patrick, do. https://www.askthepilot.com/letter-from-ghana/
From a visitor to a major weekend autoshow event that drew 200,000 people. to the Twin Cities. “There’s nothing like stepping into the bathroom, turning on the coffee, turning on the water and then unrolling the bathmat to find a half inch long bug crawling around.”
An unbelievably filthy vent in a Best Western bathroom in Minnesota.
From a traveler in Chattanooga for a family event and staying at a property that ends in “Inn”. Based on the circumference and the general neighborhood, he thinks someone popped a cap(TM).
From a vacationer in Alaska who complained to the front desk because the room was too hot and the AC wasn’t working. He left, came back and the air conditioning was on and a Winter’s-worth of built up dust had blown all over the room.
Soon to be an Alt Rock band name. Spotted on a flight from Newark to Houston where someone sneezed a little and neglected to clean it up. It’s a little coagulated which means it’s not, well, something else that’s wet and red.
Found by a flight attendant on layover. She says that it really perked up her 6 hour stay.
At one of the swankiest and celebritiest hotels in LA, a guest made the mistake of moving a cushion on the couch while packing and checking out, and discovered that a previous guest had had a very enjoyable stay.
From a flight attendant on layover at a delapidating hotel in Oklahoma