It really was like a hotel :) Had coffee downstairs and everything.Then yesterday at work I started wondering if you COULD actually live out of a hotel?And once (a much longer stay) as the result of a house fire.
Reply I almost moved into one of those condo on top of a hotel things, where you get the concierge and whatnot but it really isn’t living in the hotel. I’m glad I didn’t end up there – but I am with you, living in a hotel proper would be pretty cool.
Reply I’ve lived in different hotels for 13 months with my husband 4 kids and 2 dogs!
Kind of like the Suite Life of Zach and Cody that my kids watch now.
I tell them i lived that and they just look at me in awe!
My son was removed when he was 14 because “I wanted to be his friend and not his mother” Anyone with a teen knows that’s when they want to act out; first his thing was I wasn’t working so I couldn’t support him (was temp disabled)so I went back to work; then it was I was working and couldn’t watch him.
Finally he was removed when he was told he had 3 months to get his grades up (he would go to school and air and flirt with girls and do no schoolwork in class).
Can you imagine all the perks that it would come with? Check it out: Of course, a lot of those “free” perks up there really aren’t free since they’re all factored into your daily rate and what not (except for the parties – that’s worked out all on your own, pimp) but when you put it all together it sure does come out exciting.
And if you REALLY think about how much we spend on our own home on a regular basis, I bet it comes close to evening out.
and I went apartment shopping this weekend (more to come on that later), and this place we checked out reminded me of an old-school hotel.
It was billed as a “luxury” apartment building and just walking through the lobby and seeing the concierge and gym & pool, etc got me soooo excited!
I literally thought this post would take me like 5 minutes, haha… And at the very least come out with a fun experience. If you do you HAVE TO promise to tell me so I can live vicariously through you for the time being :) Or I might just go live on a house boat, haha… UPDATE: Check out this post from my friend who lives in a hotel full-time! It sounds good for someone with ,200 a month in mortgage payments.