Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Kurt Harden at Cultural Offering discusses the difficulty/impossibility of getting a decent night's sleep at a hotel.
I have the same problem. The closest I've gotten to a solution is to bring my own pillow but that only improves the situation while not removing the overall problem.
Let's face it. For the most part, business travel is hellish. Its time demands are so constrained that there is little space to ease into the experience. Airports have lost their glamour and have become bus stations.
The one advantage of great wealth is the ability to have a private jet. That single element of control would reduce the hotel hassle while eliminating the airport one.
Posted by Michael Wade at 6:15 AM