Last week a hiker was tragically killed (and partially eaten) by a bear in Yellowstone National Park. The man who was killed was an experienced hiker and a long-term seasonal employee of a “company that operates three urgent care clinics in the park” according to CBS News.
The article also states that “deadly encounters between bears and humans are rare. In close to 140 years, only 7 people were killed in the park by black and grizzly bears.”
Close to the site of the man’s remains, a female grizzly and two cubs were captured by park officials.
When staying at hotels one of the first things I do is give the room a quick inspection, also checking out the variety of amenity products in the bathroom.
If we really like the soaps and shampoos, we take the extras but I can’t say that we do this frequently. I’ll try to describe my favorite hotel soap. (I wish I could remember which hotels gives it out and what brand it is…) The soap has little bumps all over one side so it’s something like a massaging bar and it smells good too. (If any of you know which soap I am referring to, please let us know.)
When I think of Airbnb, another option to find budget accommodations when we can’t find a hostel or hotel that feels right comes to mind. In places with limited options it can open up the possibility to loads of places to stay.