What if, everything you've checked out on the Internet is just an illusion? The what ifs can be might scary when traveling to destinations unknown.
Hotels seem to be this week's theme, for Sepia Saturday, or whatever else we venture to share as usual.
Hotels are a wide gambit, and I believe the countless choices fall into the what if, category, far too often. Sometimes you win, sometimes you wish you'd looked further.
Hotel, motel? What shall it be? We've loaded up the old Studebaker and we're headed down Route 66. What if the Cottage Hotel as your dream getaway?
Okay, what if we hop back in the old Studebaker and keep looking, and also, hopefully locate a gas station as well.
Oops, where are the pumps?
What if you were at the end of the line riding on the Mount Lowe Railway at the foot of Mount Lowe?
Then you'd surely book a room at the resort and spend the evening at the Ye Alpine Tavern.
What if, this was your destination and at the last minute you changed your vacation plans for a later date?
The burning of the Cliff House, San Francisco, California.
You'd be so excited because you booked your vacation stay years later!
Wait till you see what they've done with the place.
"You see the what ifs are as boundless as the stars." -
What if you're really more interested in a campground?
This Wonderland Hotel, in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park area between Little River Road and Elkmont Campground in Tennessee fits that description wouldn't you agree?
What if they forgot to mention the building and grounds were closed to the public? Will your reservation be accepted?
Probably your friendly travel agent would be aware of this situation.
If you had a travel agent that is.
So you're planning a family outing to Someplace in South Dakota, you quickly Google hotels and book what appears to be perfect for a one night stay.
But, what if, this is the place? Peaceful and quiet just as the ad read, Batesland, South Dakota.
Hopefully those of you venturing somewhere this summer you won't land in any of these not so favorable what if places!
Thanks for stopping by.