Something burned. Something melted. Something leaked. @thestufftheydontteachinshopclass Submitted by a couple on a move to their new home in Colorado. Somewhere in Illinois.
The Connecticut State Department of Elevator Inspections logo is either a satanic pig or an evil, crazed clown. From an airport hotel in Hartford.
This is mildly concerning. Mold that has started to erode patches of a hotel firehose.
A flight attendant at a hotel in Milwaukee found this little bugger lowering itself down to join her in bed. Shrieks and hairspray sent it RAPIDLY back up to safety on the ceiling.
Some apparently fresh blood dripping over the edge of a nightstand at a small town chain hotel in the Midwest.
Lots of travel delays, got in late and when I went to pull the curtains closed I noticed that on the outside, facing out the window, were long strips of duct tape placed all over the fabric. Huh. This morning I found out why: the shades are so old and[…]
From a flight attendant at The Focus at SFO. Checked in and found paper wadded-up, plugging the door peephole.
Someone REALLY wanted in to this room at the Galt House in Louisville. Submitted by a traumatized flight attendant.
From a travel industry employee: “You work a 15 hour day, equipment delays, cancellations, quarrelsome coworkers and this is what I’m greeted with when I finally click-and-lock at midnight”
Two blotches of something “red” on the wallpaper at an Embassy Suites. Generally blood turns rust color, and it scares us that we know this, but we’re still leaning on blood due to the skeezy location of said hotel.