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Interrupting my live blogging of snow watch 2007

Interrupting my live blogging of snow watch 2007

February 14, 2007

The Hotel Chelsea blog answers back.

And just to clarify, I understand that people live in this building and might want to cook dinner once in awhile. But when I stay at a hotel I don’t want to smell it. When did artist and bohemian come to equal dirty?

Also, what about the old toilet in the hallway?

Posted by Chris @ 10:58 am  

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  1. Penny says:

    Funny how they only commented on the slightly negative things you said and didn’t mention one thing about the positives you said!!LOL I distinctly remember you commenting on the beautiful staircase!!! I like the whole ‘out of body’ experience idea….now THAT sounds like fun!!LOL

    I can’t stand a bunch of ‘cooking smells’ either…why I hate apartments!!!

    God Bless,
    Penny

  2. Chookooloonks says:

    HIS. STAIR. ICK. AL.

    They can moan all they want, but ten bucks says they’re pulling out the Lysol as you type. ;o)

    K.

  3. Bridget says:

    That’s so weird…what do they do, google themselves all day? The fact that they actually spent energy refuting your post, which was read by a bunch of people who probably aren’t visiting NYC anytime soon and/or wouldn’t have stayed there anyway, is one of the reasons that they’re such a quality hotel.

  4. InterstellarLass says:

    Oh my. He probably eats the paint off the walls anyway.

  5. Playdate Susan says:

    When he says that you stayed in one of the “unrenovated transient rooms,” does that mean there was an ACTUAL transient in there somewhere?

    Because dude.

  6. Chris says:

    Susan,

    I don’t know! Makes me wish I had checked out the closet a little more thoroughly.

  7. CathyC says:

    Am I the only one horrified that anyone other than mothers, and sometimes fathers and children, read this blog? I mean, if some crazy bohemian living in that hotel is reading this, then that just scares me.

  8. Chris says:

    CathyC,

    It doesn’t bother me in the least. Plenty of people read ehre who aren’t parents. Only a very small number ever bother to comment.

    They aren’t frightening people. I don’t think they are going to show up at my door step and force me to wear flowing clothing and give up my material possesions and possibly showering. Oh wait, on that last one.

    And I am sure they originally found my blog when I linked to the hotel in my original post.

    It IS a cool place, like I said in my original post. Just not the sort of place I would like to spend my only night away from my children in 12 years.

  9. CathyC says:

    Oh, OK, good point, Chris. Now go finish shoveling that driveway;) Happy Valentine’s Day!

  10. kate says:

    Oh man I am suprised the hotel has a blog and the fact that they are basically saying yep we are dirty!

    I want to know the explanation on why there is an old toilet in the hallway!

  11. KathyB says:

    That is super funny! I like the sort of righteous indignation he has at your observations. How dare someone like YOU insult THEM, I mean don’t you know who they are…funny funny
    (the only bad thing about typing is it is sometimes hard to sense the sarcasm…but it is there full on)