How to Deal with Hotel Curtains that Don’t Close
If you’re like me and you like your hotel room to be pitch-black when you sleep, here’s a tip I use to deal with hotel curtains that don’t completely close: I overlap them and prop a pillow up against the bottom, and that’s usually enough to keep them closed. You could also a carry a safety or clothes pin, but who’s going to remember to do that?
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