What’s your best travel tale?
If you’re traveling for work, you’re probably used to finding yourself in airports, hotel lobbies, and the like.
What you might not realize is that even though you may be used to a certain amount of travel for work and travel for leisure, your travel can be much more varied and interesting.
That’s why it’s important to get your itinerary on the right track before you travel.
Here are eight of the most memorable travel stories.1.
We left our hotel on our first night.
The first time I flew, I was in Los Angeles for the first time.
I had just gotten off the plane from Singapore and had been staying at a local hotel.
The next morning, I got off the same flight and headed straight to a bar downtown.
At about 9:00 AM, I noticed that the bar was packed and that I’d been booked for three nights.
My flight had arrived.2.
Our hotel was the last place we checked in.
My husband and I went to the hotel the night before and the next morning found it empty.3.
We got to the airport.
The day before, we were staying at the Hotel Monaco and I had booked a hotel room there.
When we arrived at the airport, we checked into a hotel and were told to walk into the lobby.
It was empty.
My first thought was, “Where are we?”
I was told the lobby was only open until 7:00 PM, and we would have to check in there at 7:30 PM.
I went through the whole process.
When I checked in, the room was empty and there was no sign of anyone.
It wasn’t until the next day that I realized what was going on.
I called the hotel manager and said that the manager had told me I had to check out at 7 PM.
She told me that I would be charged an extra $15 per person for each person in the lobby if I did not check in.
I didn’t know how to process this, so I told her to charge me an extra fee.
The manager said that they would try to refund me the extra fee but it was not possible, and she told me to call back later.
I did call back and was told that I had been denied entry.4.
I was stuck in the airport for two days.
My wife and I arrived in Los Angles on February 17th.
The flight had left from San Francisco and was on to Las Vegas.
We were in line for security and a few minutes later we were told by security that we were not allowed in.
We tried to get in, but it became obvious that we would be late for the airport so we waited until the last minute.
The airport was packed with people and it was a busy day, so the wait was unbearable.5.
My hotel room was filled with people.
We booked a room in a hotel in the hotel lobby that we had just booked for the day before and waited in line to get into the room.
We had just come from a business conference and we wanted to go home so we wanted some privacy to take a shower.
We waited in the room for about 10 minutes before they said, “The hotel is full.
You must go to the bathroom.”
We thought that we could go out, but we were still waiting in line and they had told us not to go outside.
After about 20 minutes, we finally managed to go out into the parking lot.
We found a parking spot and were in the car.
I remember feeling very cold, so we just drove to the car and got out.
My sister, who is a nurse, was driving with us, so she told us to wait for her to come to pick us up.
The hotel was full and we couldn’t see her because she was driving.
I can’t even describe what that was like.
We sat there for a while in the parking spot until I got up and drove off.6.
We went to an airport hotel for a business meeting.
We spent two days there.
I’m sure that if you were going to be in Los Santos, you’d go to a hotel.
We arrived in downtown L.A. on February 18th and stayed at a hotel called the Red Room.
I never did a business trip to L.S. because I wasn’t sure that I was able to get to work on time.
It took me a couple days to get used to the process.7.
We landed at the Los Angeles International Airport on our flight.
I got on the plane and the flight attendant looked at my passport and said, you are on a one-way ticket to Los Angeles.
I said, oh, I’m sorry, it’s one-ways.
They said, we’re going to let you know if you need a ticket back to L, but if you get on a plane back to LA, you’ll have to get off the flight and we’ll give you a one way ticket. I