Monday, May 27, 2013

Doorman Reads "Heads in Beds", Recommends You Do the Same

Now that the film is almost finished and trailer is up (and can be found here if you haven't watched yet), I've been able to once again do some leisurely things, like devour season one of House of Cards (brilliant) and binge-watch the new season of Arrested Development (eh). It's been nice. 

In addition, I was finally able to sit down and read Heads in Beds, a terrific hotel memoir written by Jacob Tomsky. I strongly recommend this to anyone who travels frequently, infrequently, or has ever worked a service-indusrty job. Whereas I'm able to drop a few hints on this blog about how to not piss off a doorman with a chip on his shoulder, Tomsky's book will introduce you to a whole new world of what to do and what the fuck not to do when visiting a hotel (along with some hilarious celebrity interactions, stories of fucked-up managers, hustles, etc.). 

Do yourself a favor and pick it up. It's a quick, fun read, and you'll be a better guest and enjoy an infinitely better stay because of it. Trust me. 

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