Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Do Not Taunt Happy Mini Bar
So, in other words, pretty much guaranteed most people will never open it. Pity the fool who does, everything in there will be stale.
If you want a refrigerator in your room (even if you've been upgraded to an "Executive Suite" on the second-to-the-top floor), you have to call and ask them to bring you one. Now, granted, it's only $5, but don't know where they would have put it. That entire hotel room would have fit in our dining room.
Of course, one wonders how many $5 refrigerators they'd bring you.
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