Staying in a Hilton in Belgium. We missed the train we wanted to take this morning, because last night was daylight savings "spring forward", and we had no clue. While obviously this is the fault of the USA, who decided to change our daylight savings for no good reason, thus confusing everything, shouldn't the hotel have a hint or a note (maybe even when you check in) to warn that you will be here over daylight savings? Even more annoying, the hotel DOES have posters up everywhere announcing "Earth Hour" yesterday at 8:30 pm, suggesting that we turn off out lights to save energy for an hour. It seems to me that if the hotel feels it is appropriate to promote a political cause for one hour by dimming efficient fluorescent lighting and burning candles in the lobby, which increases both pollution and the net amount of energy consumed, in order to "save the earth", they could also mention daylight savings. My first thought when I realized my bedside clock was incorrect this morning was, "Dammit! Did they really turn off the power to the hotel for an hour last night?"