Each Friday, we’re featuring a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from Karen I. from Lecanto, FL, who says:
“What’s the one thing always left behind in hotels? Chargers! All kinds of them, and if you forget to bring yours, fret not. Just ask the front desk clerk if you can go through their charger collection. There’s a very good chance you won’t have to buy one, and the hotel will gladly give it to you for free, as housekeeping often finds them in the rooms still plugged into the wall.”
Hotels will usually ask you return the charger, but still a great tip—and depending on where you are, it can sometimes work with adaptors as well. Thanks Karen!
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