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    Uphill Struggle

    | Mont Cenis, France | Tourists/Travel

    ( I am providing a guided skiing tour of the mountain.)

    Customer: “So, where are we going next?”

    Me: “Well, do you see that lift over there?”

    Customer: “Yeah.”

    Me: “Well, we’re going to head up that one until we reach the top of the mountain, and then–”

    Customer: “Are you kidding? It’ll be cold up there, and we’ll just have to ski back down again!”

    This Vacation Is All Downhill From Here

    | New York, USA |

    (Note: this is in summer when the customer comes in.)

    Customer: “I would like to buy three ski passes for today.”

    Me: “Miss, it’s 90 out and the snow melted months ago.”

    Customer: “But I thought you guys made it?”

    If At First You Don’t Succeed…

    | Keystone, CO, USA |

    (A guest was locked out of their condo, but since they booked through a separate company, I couldn’t let him back in.)

    Customer: “So…there’s no way you have a master key that can let me in?”

    Me: “No. Our keys don’t work for other company’s units.”

    Customer: “But..I have a key. It just doesn’t work.”

    Me: “We can’t make new keys for units we don’t manage.”

    Customer: “So…if there’s a fire….”

    Me: “In that case, you’d want to get OUT of the building.”

    Customer: “Right….”

    Our Guests Are Robots Too

    , | Colorado | Top

    Ski Resort Guest: “Hey! You guys really go all out.”

    (Me with puzzled look on face)

    Ski Resort Guest: “You guys have that robotic bear crossing underneath the lift just as we went over.”

    Me: “Sir, we don’t have any robotic bears.”

    Ski Resort Guest: “What? You mean that was a real bear?”

    Me: “Yes sir.”

    Ski Resort Guest: “Ahhh. We were gonna hike down but I think we’ll just take the lift.”

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