I was on a roll on a particular machine when my cell phone rang. It was around 1:15 a.m. and Susan said she was tired and calling it a night. I told her I would be right behind her and cashed out. That is when our adventure begins….
- Go around to the back of the hotel and try to enter through the glass sliding doors (we were on the first floor). Susan had left the glass slider open a bit but locked the screen.Obviously, #3 was the only valid option and guess what? IT WORKED!!!!! Sadly, because the screen door was very secure, it couldn’t be pulled off the track. It had to be cut to access the lock.We were in! “Our guys” were so apologetic and sweet. We were offered an upgraded room since we wouldn’t be able to come and go … but by this time it was nearing 3:00 a.m. and we would be checking out in a few hours. All we wanted to do is dig into the crepes and crawl into our beds.I’m sure Susan will never forget her 32nd sobriety celebration (I know I won’t!). Our adventure was a source of laughter which dissolved any feeling of inconvenience. “Our guys” worked feverishly to resolve the issue, and we can’t say enough about how special they made us feel.By the way …. The crepes were worth the wait!