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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

A Clear Sign

As a traveler, you may come across some weird and/or funny signs. You may not always know how to get to your destination. I don't think the sign on the left would be very helpful, especially not when you are already at a loss.

When you finally arrive at your accommodations, you may have second thoughts about checking in after reading the following request: Please don't throw your cigarette ends on the floor. The cockroaches are getting cancer.

The hotel you are staying at may offer their guests access to a swimming pool. You would do wisely to read the signs carefully. Some contain valuable information such as: Do not breathe under the water or No running by the ool. Notice there is no P in it? Let's keep it that way!

When going on a day trip with the entire family, keep a close eye on your children. If you don't, you might come back with more then you bargained for: Unattended children will be given an espresso and a free puppy!

Some accommodations allow pets. There may be some areas which are off limits to them. Those are usually posted with signs that don't raise any questions or lead to confusion: Please do not empty your dog here.

A zoo is always a good place to visit. Watching all those exotic animals is entertaining and a great learning experience for the children.

Entrance fees are usually rather cheap, but if you don't heed the signs it could cost you an arm and a leg: Please don't feed fingers to the animals.

This one is a little bit more explanatory when it comes to the reasons why they want you to keep your distance; Be Safe. Do not stand, sit, climb or lean on fences. If you fall, animals could eat you and that might make them sick. Thank you.

After all that excitement you are probably ready to feed your inner man. I sincerely doubt you would go to a restaurant with the name Come & Wait!



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