I recently traveled to another country. And no, not a non-English speaking field, and not one with which I have never been before, this is a completely different theme for the entire article. I went to England and for the first time there, stayed at the hotel, not with relatives or friends. This hotel was in a large city, close to railway stations and main attractions, and beautiful, clean facilities. In view of this, I noticed some differences from staying in typical hotels in North America.
The first thing was that the room used all its space really well. There were places for everything and everything was in his place. Instead of the headers, they used gigantic works of art that doubled both the head and visual focus for the room.
As I was switching from one electrical voltage to another, I brought the adapter adapter with me, but I discovered that I do not need to charge the phone because I could simply use the wall charging station. But here's something that was strange to me, the bathroom is divided from the main living room of the room only through the glass sliding door. He did not lock up and did not even reach the wall, so there was always a gap. In North America, we are trained to go to the bathroom, close heavy wooden doors, lock it, and then continue with our work. Not like that, and as a friend pointed out, there was neither a fan nor a window. In the toilet there were also two rinsing options … I'll leave it to you to figure it out.
Then there was supply of tissue or defect. Hotels in North America usually have tissue in the room and bathrooms, not on the other side of the lake. If you are traveling there, take your own!
The easiest difference I discovered was that each room was assigned an umbrella, right in the closet. The message on it says that you are welcome to use it during your stay, but leave it in the room when you left. I've never seen it before in a hotel in North America!
It was a beautiful hotel, in a large area in the city bustle. The trip was wonderful, comfortable beds and small differences of sweet. Even the staff was helpful.