How many have snuck a dog into a hotel?
LOL, Dr. Ed, when I was in college, I had a cocker spaniel, I trained him to enter a back pack or laundry basket upon command for this very reason. He lived with me in the dorm for a while...until I moved out.Ed Aycock said:Our No. 1 JRT (Snoopy) has never been left in the dog truck at night, so Judy unpacked her small duffle bag, took it downstairs to the truck, stuffed Snoopy inside, zipped it close, and told him to be quiet.
She then walked into the lobby and upstairs to her room and Snoopy never tattled on her
That's BRILLIANT! I gotta remember that one!Emily Faith said:Here's a handy tip to avoid conflict with the hotel manager/staff--a pleasant note with a $5 positioned conspicuously on the T.V. when the cleaning staff cleans your room each day of the trial/test that reads something like this:
"Dear cleaning staff,
We are sorry that our room is dirtier and more work for you to clean than most of the other rooms. Please accept this small token of our appreciation for your hard work".
We usually get a nice "thank you" written on the note when we get back that evening and we have never had house keeping tell on us whenever we have done this. The room is always cleaned perfectly, too. They have even placed Jamie's toy that is usually in the room on the pillow of one of the beds, kind of like a chocolate at one of the fancy hotels.