A hotel receptionist who works on the South Coast in the UK admits their heart sinks when Americans check in. They say the nicest guests are the ones who are away for a big celebration.

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South Coast PhotoSouth Coast: South Coast is a name often given to coastal areas to the south of a geographical region or major metropolitan area.