Christian is in a week-long camp at Cal-State Fullerton for soccer, so we are living in a hotel.
(last time I heard from Christian was a text two days ago: ilv it (I’m assuming he loves it.)
Here is what I’ve learned living in a hotel:
1. You don’t need, nor should you bring, your huge suitcase (with everything for a year) into a small hotel room.
2. Being on the sixth floor is difficult when you have two dogs who need to go outside often.
3. There are a lot of very lonely business travelers eating alone.
4. Having someone clean your room each day is awesome.
5. I never notice the artwork or curtain patterns in a hotel room unless I have been there more than three days. Then. I notice and notice and notice them.
6. Eating out three meals a day only sounds good.
7. You can rearrange the furniture in a hotel room and easily fit a blow-up bed for your son and save the cost of a suite.
8. Check out time is always negotiable.
Looking forward to meeting up with my best girlfriend, Dava, on Saturday and staying in a HOUSE for the next week in San Diego.
Added note: THE RANCH is an amazing restaurant we went to while staying in Fullerton. Best food on our trip yet!