QUOTE(pianotuna @ Dec 20 2011, 06:05 PM)
When I'm on a trip I spend 1 night in 7 in a hotel just to give a myself a "break" from the Rv. I also eat out "one day a week" to give myself a "break" from cooking.
This is what we do too (but prefer cooking our own food). We travel in a conversion van which is small and there are times we want a room with a bathtub (me) and fast wifi and room to stretch out on the floor for yoga and to catch up on CNN (no satellite dish).
Also when traveling cross country there are areas with few desirable RV parks close-by so we do an overnight motel near the interstate.
And lastly when traveling in tornado season, which can be all across the south and middle section of US, we like to be in a building, watching the Weather Channel for updates. We spent a scary night in April at an Ocala park with a tornado bearing down in the middle of the night. We had wifi and could see the tornado band on radar coming toward us, tried to reserve a room nearby but all were taken. We hunkered down in the concrete block washroom with another family while others blissfully(?) slept in their RV's. No managers on site, they went home at 5pm. It missed us by 20 miles but that was too close.