The hotel – a hotel, right?

I recently traveled to another country. And there is not an English-language and not what I had never worked, that's another topic for another article. I went to England for the first time there, stayed in a hotel rather than with relatives and friends. This hotel was in a big city, near the railway station and the main attractions, and beautiful, clean rooms. If we talk, I noticed some differences from the usual residence in North American hotels.

First, the room is really used up all your space. It was a place for everything and everything was in its place. Instead of a headboard for the head they used giant framed works of art that have doubled and as a headboard, and as a visual focal point for the room.

As I walked from one voltage to another, I have brought with me an outlet adapter, but found that I do not need to charge my phone, because I could just use stenavuyu charging station. But here's what struck me as odd, bathroom separated from the main living area of ​​the room only by glass sliding doors. He was not a lock, and even did not reach the wall, so I was always a gap. In North America, we are taught to go to the bathroom, shut the heavy wooden door, lock it, and then deal with our affairs. There is not, and, as noted by one, too, there was no fan and no windows. The toilet also had two versions of wash – I'll leave it to you to find out.

Then there was the nutrition of tissues, or the lack of them. The North American hotels usually have cloth in the room and in the bathroom, and on the wrong side of the pond. If you go there, take with you!

Prettiest difference I found was that every room had an umbrella. In a note on it that says you can use it during your stay, but leave it in the room when you leave. Never seen that in the North American hotel!

It was a beautiful hotel in a beautiful location in the bustling European city. The trip was wonderful, beds were comfortable, and cute little differences. Even the staff were as helpful as they could.