Water use in hotels in Santa Fe, New Mexico

A nice thing about most hotels in Santa Fe is that they treat water like you’re living on the Space Station. They have signs like, “You may have noticed that there’s not a lot of water around here. Please don’t waste it! Thank you, the management.”

At restaurants they usually only give you water if you ask for it, and I remember one time a waitress asked if I was really going to drink it or just look at it.

All of which reminds me of being at a hostel one time, where there was a sign that said, “Save water, shower together.” :)

Two hotels and an apartment

On this day a few years ago, when I first moved to Colorado, I was living in two hotels and an apartment, a by-product of moving here from Alaska, with all of my belongings in my car. (Little did I know it, but I would move again a month later.)

Seward, Alaska lodging information

Summary: A quick look at Seward, Alaska lodging information, including resources on my One Man's Alaska website, and other Seward, Alaska lodging resources.

A review of hotels in Wasilla, Alaska

I have some friends that are coming to Alaska this summer, and they've asked me for a list of the best hotels in Wasilla. This is a bit of a tricky question, as I don't think people on vacation should spend time in Wasilla (I explain this below), but ... to answer the question, this is a short list of my recommendations for the best hotels in Wasilla, Alaska.