|sorry, i have two entries that are only like ten apart :(
||[Sep. 27th, 2007|04:36 pm]
The Question Club
Kind of TL;DR but drama filled and thus you might enjoy..
My husband's company is sending some clients on a trip for their support, and they're sending us too. We're going next weekend to Cayman for five days. They're working though a member of the company (it's a chamber of commerce actually), who is a travel agent, named Joan.
Today we've found out:
a)she booked us on the wrong flight, one that wont get us home until 1 a.m. on a thursday when we have to work the next day and we were supposed to be on a 7 a.m. flight. She wants us to "not worry about it" and hop on the earlier flight "if there are seats left, which we can do up to twelve hours in advance" because "No one else has ever complained about it". That means we'd go to the airport in Cayman and not know what flight we're on, have our luggage waiting around for up to six hours, etc. Also, there are only two sets of seats together left on that flight.
b)she booked us all in a hotel that only has king size beds, even though a number of people are sharing rooms with their clients, business partners, parents, etc and expecting a double bed.
My husband sent her this email, after a long chain of her bitching about how we're "insulting her" regarding her suggestion on the flight schedule:
So, tqc, do you feel that what my husband sent her is "harassing" or "insulting" or "deceiving"?
How would you react to this email if you were brian and his company? The trip is in seven days, and paid in full, so we can not change agents.