So we had about decided to purchase a Marriott bed. After calling their website we discovered the beds we usually sleep on at the Marriott are NOT the beds they sell. Only certain selected hotels have the beds they actually sell. So where might those hotels be?? The lady I spoke with said the Courtyard, just 8 miles from our house, does indeed have the bed we are interested in.
So last night, guess where we slept? Just 8 miles from our home. It was more like an extended date night. It's an odd feeling sleeping in a hotel in your own town. Shortly after we woke up we took a walk outside and it felt so "homey". Kind of forces us to view our town from a different angle. And Dennis is always lots of fun in a hotel room.
On our way there we discovered that my son Logan and his wife Amy were hungry so decided to come eat dinner with us. They met us at Black Angus, after we checked in to our hotel.
They said her flat tummy just popped out about 2 days ago.
She is 8 weeks and 5 days.
I told them no whispering at the table.
No, I really didn't say that.
They can whisper all the want.
They are so cute.
Oh, and the bed? Well it was just not as comfortable as the other beds we have slept in at their other Marriotts. One other option...Marriott also sells the same beds that are exclusively in their Renaissance Hotels. They only cost $50. more than the regular Marriott beds. I have never stayed in a Renaissance. I would love to hear about their beds from anyone who has stayed there.
I meant to take a picture of the bed BEFORE we slept in it, but I forgot.
Sorry, but we are not very tidy sleepers.
Dennis likes to watch the game off his computer and the TV at the same time.
I don't understand why he would want to keep track of 2 screens at once, but he does.