Friday, Nov. 17 @ 4:20 p.m. / Pollz
POLL! To Which Humboldt Hotel Do You Send Your Fancy Relatives?
If you’ve lived in Humboldt for a significant amount of time, you may have discovered that your standards of livability deviate from people from other parts of the country. Our tastes aren’t necessarily better or worse. Just different. Like, even though you think your woodshed is cool, rustic and you’re proud it has a door now, that doesn’t mean your Orange County relatives are down with dragging a sleeping bag out there and roughing it over Thanksgiving break.
All that to ask, when your well-to-do family members roll into town, to which local hotel do you mercifully send ‘em instead? Now, we realize there are lots of other rentals out there, but for the purposes of this poll (and because housing is scarce) we aren’t promoting them this go-round. Hotels only. Also, if you think we missed someone who should be on this list, plead your case below.
As this is a Friday poll, y’all have until Monday to make your choice. Thank you for playing.
3,367 votes cast.
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Best Chocolate: Dick Taylor Chocolate
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