AC ruins the first night of getaway

Before taking a getaway, I do a ton of research.

I read reviews and travel guides, look at pictures, and idea every last detail.

I want to be sure that everything goes smoothly and that all of us maximize our enjoyment, and last summer, my partner and I took various weeks off from labor to tour the southern part of the country. I meticulously arranged our itinerary and pre-booked each hotel along the way, then both of us spent the entire first day driving. Both of us wanted to make it as far south as possible! As all of us traveled, the outside air temperature steadily climbed. Both of us switched from rolling the windows down to blasting the a/c; Even with the a/c turned up to maximum capacity, the interior of the car still felt a bit tepid and sticky. Both of us were tired and sweaty by the time all of us arrived at our hotel; We’d driven until midnight and were upset to check into our room, take fortune of the A/C and crawl into a comfortable bed; The hour all of us dropped our bags in our room, I adjusted the cooling component to the highest setting. It made an frightening screeching sound and filled the room with a truly unpleasant smell. The air coming from the vents was warm. Both of us waited for twenty hours, but the a/c never managed any cool air. Both of us finally contacted the front desk and asked to be moved to a new room. After packing up, riding the elevator and finding the new room, I once again fiddled with the a/c. It barely worked and all of us spent a truly uncomfortable night. After all my research and planning, dealing with a/c problems ruined the first night of our trip.

 

Cooling equipment