It's a McCartney kind of week at Elisa's Green Scene. Apparently in an effort to give Beatle Paul McCartney a special room, a hotel booked him in a special leather-on-leather-on more-leather hotel suite.
He apparently didn't want to kick up a fuss and didn't ask to be moved.
Even though, according to Ecorazzi, Paul is "one those vegetarians that avoids leather at all costs. In fact, he refuses to buy leather shoes and even asked for the leather interior in his Lexus car to be swapped for cloth."
By "those vegetarians" do they really mean vegan?
Because it would be pretty normal for a vegan not o buy leather shoes and even to avoid leather interiors in their cars. I certainly do, and I did even before I made the full vegan shift in my diet. (PS-a little easier to get non-leather interiors now that I'm in a Saturn, Honda phase of life than back when I was in an Audi phase of life...but I still managed.)
Would I ask to move rooms? Hm. I have asked for feather pillows and other bedding to be removed...but I know a lot of places do that for folks with allergies too, so I didn't consider that a huge request. BUt what if a room had a leather couch or headboard?
No, truth is I probably wouldn't ask to be moved.
Me and Paul: We're close like that.