From a family on vacation who tries to explain: “Our daughter went to open the curtains when we checked in and just happened to look up to the little enclosed area where the drapes hang. We spent the rest of our stay trying to guess what it was. My wife[…]
A daring traveler chose to go where no one has dared go before…and look on top of the vending machine on the floor at his Wichita hotel. That’s a whole mess ‘o mess.
From a worker in Las Vegas for two months, at an off-strip “extended stay” motel.
From a business traveler who checked into a Hilton brand in Reston, Virginia (maybe she was being arrested and the officer said “Assume the position”?): Happened to check-in early enough that the sunshine was streaming into what appeared to be a very clean room. Because of the angle of the[…]
I imagine who was ever strapped down to this ironing board and tortured, spilled his guts and ratted out everyone he’s ever met: Months ago when I was asked to emcee the film festival in Sutter Creek. I decided to book a room so I would not have to drive back[…]
Hotel phones and channel changers are historic for being bacterial frappe’s. You don’t need a blacklight to see the crud on this one.
From Flight Attendant X: I always dread checking the lavs at the end of flights. I wonder if Harry Dunne from “Dumb And Dumber” got dosed and was on-board.
Brownish, reddish stains and patterns on a hotel drape in DC, submitted by a frequent business traveler in town for meetings.
It’s never a good sign when the previous brand’s shuttle van is sitting, abandoned, broken into and rusting in a corner of the parking lot. “Holiday Inn” can barely be seen through the paint. At a Marriott in San Antonio.
A tiny collection of “stuff” that has been sitting on a hotel carpet in Florida for probably decades.