Finally, I am back in the role of hotel bed and linen appraiser.
We are traveling across Canada again – the 3rd time for me – and I cannot wait to critically evaluate the comfort levels of each place we stay. I never know where we will be nor what to expect. However, I apply rigorous assessment measures to bed, sheet, and pillow using a scale system of 1 (wretched) to 10 (divine).
We are at the Comfort Inn, on the Bedford Hwy near Halifax. This hits close to 10 on my scale. As aside: the hospitality staff have bacon bits in their pockets for me so I nuzzle up to them every time we are in the lobby. Perfect foraging combination – Julie gets coffee and I get bacon.
Beds – height for easy leaping, firmness for spinal care, padding for comfort.
Pillows – lightweight to easily move as burrow and pile them around me, lumpy or smooth, firm or limp.
Linens – micro-fibre, linen, fleece, jersey, flannel, or cotton; 300 thread count or 1000; still or soft.
We have many to test on this trip. Stay posted for updates.