When it comes to beds I am pretty picky - for good reason. I need to get a good night's sleep to not be a big grouch the next day. My back and neck seem to get out of whack pretty easily especially when the bed I'm sleeping in is not good quality.
The bed at the first hotel was super hard and I would toss and turn all night. I sleep on my side and my hip would start to fall asleep after about 2 hours. I would then toss and turn over to the other side. Another 2 hours goes by and my other hip would fall asleep. Back and forth every night. After the 5th night I woke up in the morning, sat on the floor and started to cry. I just couldn't take it anymore. We tried to find some padding or cushion to put on the bed, but no luck. Mark even took a taxi out to Walmart to see what he could find and came back with a exercise pad. Bless his heart - he tried, but that pad was paper thin.
I survived the hotel stay and we moved into our next place - the B & B. The reviews said how comfortable the beds were, so I was looking forward to a good night's sleep. The queen bed in the main room was pretty hard and I was not too happy. The back room had another bed but it was a full. I noticed it did have a little bit of a "pillow top" and decided to try that. It was better but I didn't like the back room it was in. There is no air flow and the ceiling is very low. So, we moved the mattress into the main room and on top of the queen. Viola! Instant high rise. I am sleeping pretty good on this mattress.
Posted by Tina