Now this is fancy: they have specially designed fabric on the curtains that not only has the hotel name but it also has the magnolia flower on it also. But I need to admit that getting here was a bit nerve racking (only the last 10 minutes). One way, the other way, one way, WAIT!!!! this is a two way. (Oops.) :^) Typical of big cities; they had a lot of one way streets and a stoplight at every block. I was handling the one ways pretty good until I turned down one that had diagonal parking going the wrong way. (They must have converted the street from a two way to a one way and did not want to repaint the lines. Instead they put up signs that said, "Diagonal parking back in." Funny, Huh? The next road I turned onto was really a two way street and I was in the wrong lane.
This surprised me. They put a "formal seal" on the toilet paper roll. I've seen it folded nicely at many places but to actually put a seal on it. Well, I am not sure quite what to think about that.
I looked the other direction and saw the shower. My first thought is that if that ever backed up, there would be a waterfall streaming down into the rest of the bathroom. It was a really nice tile job otherwise.
Most hotels put one lotion, one shampoo, and one conditioner on the counter. Sometimes a fourth bottle is left for body wash. But on the counter was two soaps, two lotions and two cleansing body washes. I thought to myself, "did they goof up and forget the shampoo and conditioner? So I looked behind the curtain in the shower.
I found two shampoos and two conditioners along with two more soaps that look like an exfoliating soap soap instead of the moisturising facial soap. In case you are wondering, I am feeling a bit like a princess right now.
|Custom designed curtains|
|Sealed Toilet paper|