Hotel Safety

Hotel: As in the U.S., in your foreign travels, Fire and Criminals are your two biggest concerns, not terrorism (although you have to be aware of that as well). Ideally you want a room on the third or fourth floor that is not facing the parking lot. High enough that criminals can't just walk in through your balcony window, low enough that you can jump if you have to escape a fire, and away from any pesky car bombs that someone might try to set off. Same rules as in the U.S.-- no opening your room door for strangers, no leaving valuables "hidden" in the room while you are out, and plan your escape ahead of time - count how many doors you have to pass to reach an emergency exit (could you do this on your knees in the smoke-filled dark?).


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