TUG Review Crew
- Dec 5, 2010
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- Somewhere Out There
What I find most interesting in this thread is how many people wear underwear and even discuss their cleaning cycle.
After Cliff packs I sneak in underwear to last until the laundry day I have pre-planned for us. Of course that assumes he changes his underwear daily like a normal person, not like a cowboy out on the range!We've been going to Florida for 7 weeks in Jan and Feb.
My wife doesn't like me to wear my underwear for more than 4 days so we do laundry.
Maybe they will be pitching a miracle travel laundry service....This is an old thread that was brought out of mothballs in post 123 by someone who registered today, and is probably getting ready to spam TUG.
We even do laundry on a cruise if over 7 days. Did laundry while going thru the Panama Canal on a 15 day cruise.I happen to catch a heated debate on another travel board about doing laundry. Don't think I have ever seen this one on our forums. Probably one of those differences between TS and Hotel travelers. Kinda like cooking on vacation.
I always do laundry on vacation. If I have a 7 night stay, I usually pack for 4 days and do laundry in between. Easier if in-room washer/dryer but will still go find the community one if needed.
Also on that thread, someone said they will do laundry, but refuse to wash any undergarments as you never know what is lurking in washers that are community used. Never thought about that and will probably keep it out of my mind purposely on our next trip.
Curious, are there any timeshares that won't do laundry?
Yes, but when I’m on vacation I’m trying to be as far away from cities as I can!Many cities have drop off laundry services
We do too! So when selecting TS resorts, in-unit laundry outweighs on-site.I like to come home with clean clothes.