Week 9 Assignment 1 com101

Week 9 Assignment 1 com101 - After saving up some...

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After saving up some well-earned vacation time at work, imagine taking the whole family on a trip. There are many amusement parks to choose from that offer a great time, but where will they sleep at night? Two places that come to mind when considering this question are: camping in the woods or staying in a motel. These two options both are fine for a week-long vacation, but only one is suitable for a family vacation. Compared to camping in the woods, staying in a motel provides a more luxurious, comfortable, and stable environment for an enjoyable vacation. For these purposes, staying in a motel offers many conveniences that camping cannot. In a motel, thermostats and air-conditioning units allow guests to change the climate in the room according to their comfort level. Simply flipping a switch to turn on a ceiling fan is something that cannot be done in the woods. A fan is convenient to have for feeling a breeze and circulating the air. Many other conveniences are readily available for guests to take advantage of. There is hot water readily available in a motel, but the woods do not provide a hot water heater. It is possible to heat water from a river or stream in the woods, but it is difficult and people may not want to expend this extra effort while they are on vacation. In a motel, the availability of hot water increases the level of comfort because people can take a hot shower, make coffee, and cook food. Another water related benefit of staying in a motel is the ability to wash clothes.
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