Bichon Frise wrote:
my spouse once made about $5 in a hotel room where the person before us hid various $1 bills for house keeping to find.
That's pretty funny. But did it make you feel like your room had not been cleaned adequately before your arrival?
Sort of. But, I lump hotel/motel rooms into 2 categories. 1) Satisfactory. Doesn't smell like smoke, sheets seem ok, although I always peel the "comforter" back, bathrooms are ok, clean enough that I don't feel like I am walking away with any fungal diseases, time in room is limited to sleeping, showering etc. I refer to these rooms as, "ok, but I won't walk barefooted." 2) above satisfactory. In essence, I'll walk barefooted and don't mind spending time in the room.
The room in question was that of the former. We were on a road trip, just doing a quick overnight and since the dollars weren't found between the sheets or under the pillow cases, but rather in the microwave, in the cord to the iron, freezer portion of the fridge, ice bucket that wasn't used etc, I didn't feel too durdy.