The trouble with being in a hotel room starts when you are in one of the Big Chains and their wireless internet is painfully slow (11 Mbps). I am just not used to this, and so I called down to the front desk to ask if it would be quicker if I plugged in, and to find out where to actually plug in. Apparently that was funny, and so the clerk said “No ma’am,” politely, although I could hear laughter there. “Don’t other people call you about a faster connection?” I asked.
“No,” he replied trying to get serious, “they really don’t anymore. They used to be more demanding, but now it’s included in the room charge, we really don’t get that much.”
What kind of service do you demand and expect when you travel? Are you wanting more? What does that look like?
I do not think of myself as a demanding traveller. I am not a complainer when it comes to things as long as they work, are clean and quiet. I did stay in a room in
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