SAN ANTONIO--Still a busier TMEA than usual. But I've noticed something in my stay at the hotel that has prompted me to pose a question:
In a hotel that has both an elevator and stairs, is it lazy (and maybe even discourteous) for (at least apparently able-bodied) people to get on at the second floor just to go down to the first floor? (I guess that really would apply to any trip of a single floor, but I've seen the 2-to-1 thing more than anything else.) If you don't have a luggage cart or something, why stop the elevator one floor shy of the bottom for those who may have been riding down from the very top. And couldn't most people use the exercise?
Responses are welcome in the comments.