Summer travel is in full-swing – so here’s a little bit of humor on that topic:
Travel Agent: “I can get you three days and two nights in Rome for a hundred bucks.”
Customer: “How come so cheap?”
Travel Agent: “The days are July 11, 12 and 13. The nights are July 21 and 22.”
In a panic, a traveler called down to the hotel’s front desk soon after checking in. “Help!” he yelled. “I’m trapped inside my room!”
“What do you mean, trapped?”
“Well, I see three doors,” the man explained. “The first opens to a closet, and the second to a bathroom. And the third door has a ‘Do Not Disturb’ sign hanging on it.”
A couple were getting ready for bed on their wedding night at the Watergate Hotel. The blushing bride asked, “What if our hotel room is bugged? That would be so embarrassing honey.”
“That was a long time ago, sweetheart, but if it’ll make you feel more at ease, I’ll search the room.”
The groom searched under the tables and behind pictures. Then he turned back the rug and sure enough, there was a funny-looking gizmo in the floor. He took out the screws, got rid of the hardware, and climbed into bed.
The next morning the newlyweds were awakened by a hotel clerk who wanted to know if they had slept well.
“We did,” replied the groom. “Why do you ask?”
“It’s rather unusual, actually, the clerk answered. “Last night the couple in the room below yours had a chandelier fall on them during the night.”