Until this week I usually thought of my hotel as a quiet place to relax while traveling for business or pleasure. I would have told you I much prefer misbehaving children in hotels than on airplanes. Airplanes are small spaces, everyone is cramped and you can hear a crying child even if they're several rows away. If you have a kicker behind you, it's difficult to escape. However, a flight ends, you know when you will escape the screaming and/or kicking. In a hotel, it might never end. It could go on all night. If you have a room full of kids next door squeeling you better hope you have earplugs! With the talk of all-adult first classes, and not allowing children on certain flights, I wanted to know what MP prefers. Would you take a screaming child in the room next door, or on a plane? Does it depend on the length of the flight? The quality of the hotel? If neither bothers you, what's your secret?