What a fantastic time
Every year since I was in our early 20s, I have been going on a yearly solo holiday to the mountains, to the very same arena and I even get the very same room every time. All the staff at this hotel assume myself and others by my name and there is even a special room-service brunch dish named after me. It all started the first year after I graduated school. I finished with nice grades, but I was mentally tired out and close to our breaking point. My parents knew I loved the mountains, so they treated myself and others to an all-inclusive month long retreat package as a graduation gift. The main idea was for myself and others to relax, chill, and revive completely, before genuinely setting out and starting on our professional life. There was a fireplace in our room that sealed the deal for myself and others and made this one-time holiday an annual event, then climate control was always very important to myself and others as I tend to get cold certainly easily. At home, the gas furnace was a top of the line model that always kept myself and my family cheerful and comfortable. However, the Heating & A/C systems in some unusual sites often paled in comparison to home and left myself and others feeling too cold to focus. The furnaces at our school dorm for example were so old and lousy that most students had to bring their own space furnaces to put under their desks to keep them moderately warm while in the winter. For me, this entire climate control issue was absolutely the reason why I almost did not make it through our whole school program. The gas furnace troubles were so strenuous on myself and others that I considered quitting multiple times. After 4 years of Heating & A/C torture, the fireplace in this little hotel room felt just like heaven.