The bottom half has a blurb about how some small inns and B&Bs are no longer allowing unmarried couples to share rooms, going so far as to check IDs and wedding rings. I wonder what their policy on gay couples is?
What are your thoughts on this?
IMHO, while I don't agree with the policy, it's their business and they should be able to run it as they please, and if they don't like the fact that my male companion and I aren't married, I'll take my business to the Motel 6 down the road. On one hand, staying at a B&B is like being the guest of the owner and maybe ppl should be courteous towards them. But on the other, you are spending $$$ to stay there, so they should be interested in customer service.
I find the topic pertinent because my boyfriend and I have entertained the idea of going to Napa for a weekend sometime for some R&R. There are a lot of B&Bs (bed and breakfast) in the area, and I wonder if we'd be subject to such rules.
"In God we trust. All others must pay cash..." faw-choon kookie say.