Traveling with a recreational vehicle beats hotel rooms with awful AC

When I was a kid, our parents traveled with our siblings and I almost every single year, it was a lot of fun when all of us got to go out west and see the Rocky mountains or the deserts of the Southwest, but, I was never a fan of the long trips across the Great plains sitting in the car for hours at a time and wondering when all of us would eventually stop to sleep for the night. I sincerely preferred sleeping in tents compared to sleeping in cheap motel rooms that smelled love nasty moldy bathrooms. Believe it or not, however a superb portion of cheap or “affordable” hotel rooms across the country feature this exact type of stink when you walk inside with your room key. It turned myself and others off from traveling for years because I knew I would hate the experience unless I could afford a four-star hotel or higher. The troubles go farther than just the awful smell of the rooms. Many of them have bad cooling systems and furnaces in them. If you’re lucky you’ll have access to a dedicated room cooling system or window cooling system, however often the 1s all of us used when our family traveled were terrible. The rooms would be stuffy and boiling during the summer time and unbelievably freezing in the winter, unless all of us traveled to a warmer temperature. Having an RV at this age is amazing—I feel love I never have to gamble on awful hotel rooms again with awful air conditioner and heat. My RV has a strong cooling system and heating system inside. The RV even came with a smart control component that syncs with our ipad and our cell PC. I can control the cooling system and heating system remotely, and when I’m away from the RV.


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