Some campaign reporters have previously said the most challenging part of life on the road is laundry.
Tonight, I left my room to work out (finally).
Upon returning to the elevator, I realized I had no idea what room or floor I was headed to.
I traveled up and down at least three floors trying random combinations of room numbers.
I ended up in the lobby where they requested identification in order to tell me my room number.
My identification was in my room.
Finally, some security person brought me to my room where I showed identification to prove I was indeed myself.
I bet Jack Layton never has that problem.
For the record, it was 512.
— Rosemary Barton
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