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Subject: Re: Hairdressers Date: 4/28/2003 9:14 PM
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Interesting. I always leave my hotel rooms very clean, but I was unaware there was an etiquette to where you leave dirty towels and other such things. Can you please elaborate? I'm interested in hearing more about the best way to leave a hotel room...

I don't know of any hard and fast rules of etiquette. I just try to think about what would be most unpleasant to deal with, and what I would have trouble with especially in the bathroom. I try to leave it lived in but not trashed. I have a thing about leaving stuff on the floor.

I'm sure that since you say you leave a room very clean, it is far better than the what the OP described. I don't think there is any hard and fast rule other than common sense and courtesy.

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