Had a great week working a new client program in Nashville at the world famous Gaylord Opryland Hotel which, if you’ve never been there, is a bit, well, large. Actually it’s huge.
Think I’m exaggerating? Here’s my daily mileage assessment as per my actual step counts:
Okay, I’ll admit it. I do love me a good hotel lobby bar, and yes, living here in Orlando we’ve got a plethora of great ones to choose from, so lucky us! But I wonder how many locals take advantage of this chic and oftentimes cultured opportunity? What’s that, you’re asking? Where’s the ‘opportunity’ in a local having to shed the flip-flops (please?) and drive all the way out to park themselves in the middle of the insanely populated tourist and convention flow (eeuw!) just to pony up to a bar? Let me count the ways…