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Why do the hotels in Europe contunue to have two single beds stuck together?

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Hotels in the rest of the world have moved into the 21st century with king and queen sized beds, pillowtopped mattresses, 100 channels of cable TV, high speed internet and voice mail.

Not in most European Hotels!

Most European hotels continue to offer two SINGLE BEDS stuck together and lack of much else.

I am 6 feet four and get tired of my legs going off the mattress, or my snoring traveling companion just inches away.

Why can't the hotels in Europe move to larger queen and king sized beds and move them a few feet away from each other.

The ugly american traveler!

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