Andrea, I’m sure I cannot do anything about them smoking outside but I’m thinking that if they have nonsmoking buildings instead of rooms or floors, I’ll stand a better chance of staying smoke free. I’m looking at my Pop Century map in my 2005 Passporter and it has little icons for smoking rooms avail. listed on building A in 50’s, both A & B in 60’s none in 70’s or 80’s and on A in 90’s. I’m beginning to think it might be smoking floors instead of buildings. I might need to request 70’s buildings. Has anyone stayed in 70’s buildings that could verify if smoking was allowed in their buildings?
I know I sound picky. But, when I’m out in public and I see someone smoking up ahead, I make a special effort to avoid walking near that person. I cannot be around smoke! I’m worried that I’ll be walking down one of the narrow corridors with someone smoking in front of their room and have to walk through the smoke or even worse, they will smoke near my room and I’ll smell it coming in the room. I’ve had that happen and it was awful!