The 2009 summer I went on a trip with some friends to attend a big wedding. It happened to fall on one of those cool and rainy weekends we sometimes have in the early summers in the north. When we finally found the hotel the air outside was cold and damp from the wind and rain. After the long ride we couldn’t wait to get to our room and cozy up with a blanket. The moment we walked into the lobby we noticed their air conditioning system was on full blast. The air inside the hotel was almost colder than the cold air outside. We rushed to the room for a hot shower and some blankets. That room, of course, wasn’t any warmer. We sought out the thermostat and set it at about 10 degrees warmer than it was. We curled up in the bed and waited for the furnace to bring us the hot air we were craving. By the end of the first day our room was heated at a comfortable temperature and we were all getting happy. However, every time we would walk out into the hallway our skin would tingle from the cold air blasting out of the HVAC vents throughout this hotel. I imagine, since it was June and relatively uncommon to be below 60 degrees outside, that the hotel was not adjusting their thermostat. That unfortunately makes for a very un-comfortable environment. Their HVAC system did not appear to be accommodating for the fact that even though it was technically summer, the temperatures outside were not that severe. Luckily the weather soon turned around and the cool hotel hallways ended up being a relief from the heat outside.