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Hotel Horror Stories

July 05, 1987

One needn't leave the United States, nor travel to a remote valley in a Third World country (Carol Lastrucci, June 21) to have a column full of hotel horror stories. I spent two nights at the Swat Hotel in Saidu Sharif in Pakistan in 1976 while on a 72-day bus journey from London to Katmandu. The hotel, though ancient and dusty, as are many once-grand hotels in Pakistan and India, was otherwise quite all right--that is, no worse than some others on that trip, better than quite a few. I hope Lastrucci had time to do more than criticize her modest hotel while visiting the Vale of Swat.

NANCY TEW

Los Angeles

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