Why stay in a hotel room for just one day or two at the beach?
September 28, 2017 12:14pm CST
I don't understand why anyone would drive 500 miles from their home to spend a day or two at the beach and pay extra for a room they will only sleep in at some hotel. If you were going to spend a day or two at the beach and were driving, would you even think of paying an extra hundred bucks just to sleep when what you really want is to spend all that time basking in sunlight and drinking your favorite beverages just chillin' out and watching all the sunbathers and surfers? Get real. It is only a problem finding a parking space for your car or SUV that will give you something to complain about. Here is a relevant article on this topic to look at:
Because we shouldn't have to pay to sink our toes in that sand.
10 people like this
• Dallas, Texas
@nanette64 , I surely don't want to return home with a bad case of sunburn. I burn very easily. I am allergic to certain sun blocker creams and just can't stand the feeling of sunblock lotion on my skin. I might buy a bottle of basic sunblock for hands and arms and neck when spending the day out at the fair.
• Redlands, California
You make a good point, how corporate America wants it. Some beaches you can camp and some bring RV'S. If you cannot do either of those and want to stay a couple of nights. You will get extremely tired from being in the sun all day. Either sleep in your car, know someone who lives their or stay in a hotel is all you have left.