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When I walked into World of Beer that night, people were hanging out, watching basketball. I scanned the room to find a small check-in table in the back, where a couple of bubbly women greeted me. ” they asked, instructing me to write my name and email address on a sheet of paper. “I used my powers of persuasion to get one of the gents at the bar to participate.”) The men who did show up appeared to be either in their 20s or 40s.
I called down to the front desk for an item (probably extra towels) and my husband answered the door while I briefly stepped away from the room.
The conversation went something like this: Housekeeper: "Oh, I'm sorry.
" At the time I thought it was kind of strange but I know travel rules change at whim, so I just assumed it was a heightened safety measure and thought nothing of it.
Well, it's my husband's turn and the TSA agent, after seeing my husband's information and realizing we have the same last name, says "Oh, I'm sorry.