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Kate Gladstone

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Apr 1, 2005, 11:35:38 AM4/1/05
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> It can be quite entertaining to put a right-hander into a room in which
> everything is set up for left-handed use and see how they cope. Most
> often, they get totally confused.

According to RIGHT HAND, LEFT HAND by Chris McManus
(available at http://www.righthandlefthand.com ),
the Ankara (Turkey) Sheraton has some of its guest-rooms specially set
up for left-handers (even to the extent that the cabinet-doors, etc.,
have hinges on the left side).

The hotel offers these rooms during check-in, so I hear - just as hotels
routinely offer non-smoking rooms for the convenience guests who don't
smoke.

If a left-handed member of an otherwise right-handed family
reserved a left-handed room when taking his/her family to Turkey for
vacation, this could certainly increase family-members' awareness of
handedness and its consequences.

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