I hope that A/C is not an issue

My partner had this good idea for our 25th year anniversary, he wants to drive to the middle of the country and spend a few days inside a cave, at first, this sounds like an amazing plan and I was completely on board, I looked at a few of these locales and they are incredible and filled with all the new amenities that you would find in any costly hotel, some even have extra perks that are world-class.

After I looked at some of the reviews, it sounds like these caves offer unique and memorable experiences.

Which is what my partner is aiming for. Well, my only concern was the temperature inside these caves. After checking around, I didn’t see any mention about how the cave room was heated or cooled. I did read on one website where the management stated that in the middle of the summer, the caves are typically cool. In addition, the management stated that they will give portable air coolers and fans, in the summer season and section furnaces in the Wintertime if needed. Our anniversary is in June which of course is one of the hottest weeks. I must admit that I am a bit worried about the temperature inside the cave. I don’t know how air coolers work, despite the fact that I have used a fan before and it does not give the same comfort as a cooling system. In fact, depending on the fan, the motor can create more heat inside a room. I am hoping that air conditioning doesn’t become an issue because I am unquestionably happy about sleeping in a cave for our anniversary.
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