Alton Towers bans a certain type of thrill ride
Written by Derek Potter
Some odd news [a.k.a. brilliant PR hype - Editor] from United Kingdom theme park Alton Towers via The Sun.Tweet
It seems that there have been some "reports" of extra-loud couples, uh, going at it in Alton Towers hotel rooms, to the point that enough guests supposedly are complaining that their kids are overhearing it.
In response, Alton Towers management has designated certain wings of their hotels as "family friendly." To put it simply, if you want to get it on at Alton Towers, you have to stay in the adults only wing. I wonder how they will enforce such an ordinance. The simple solution would be to insulate the walls, but that wouldn't make headlines now would it?
I've stayed in enough hotels over the years to have a few stories, and I'm sure other travelers, and those in the hospitality industry have some dandies too. The peanut gallery is open.
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