The elevator in the hotel where I'm staying doesn't have a thirteenth floor, which isn't all that unusual. It is somewhat disconcerting, however, that the floor indicators for the two elevators in the lobby read:
Why does one elevator have a fourth floor while the other doesn't? You don't get to choose which elevator you get. Floors two, three and maybe four are used as office and other space and have a separate entrance, but why the inconsistency in the two elevators in the lobby?
I pointed this out to a bunch of giggling teenagers who were also waiting for the elevator. I had them pegged from the moment I saw them. Band geeks. They're easy to identify; they're the kids who are well-behaved and are having fun.