Texas is about to get a whole lot more visitors because we're so stinkin' cool, quaint, and unique, not to mention we can smoke some mean brisket. Tourists are on their way, and there's one big reason they'll choose Tyler over Austin.
When you finally get to the hotel after a long day of travel, the last thing you want is to come face-to-face with rudeness front desk. Unfriendly staff frustrates travelers the most, but it's probably not the only hotel pet peeve you've experienced traveling around Texas.
We might be great at keeping the sheets washed and clean at our own houses, but that little detail is beyond our control when we stay at a hotel. Surely the housekeeping staff is washing the sheets after each guest, right? Not always. Ew.
Yahoo! News has a story today where they quote a Forbes report that says most hotel rooms offer virtually no security at all. Most hotel doors with keycard entry can be hacked with a piece of equipment that costs as little as $50.