Modern Living: A Where-To for Lovers

Not too long ago, the illicit weekend tryst in the country often demanded more skill at the front desk than in the bedroom. Couples approaching a frowning innkeeper would go into contortions as they twisted school rings around to look like wedding bands and shuffled their suitcases to hide the fact that the initials did not match. But today door men do not wink, porters do not leer, and managers in even the starchiest establishments could not care less if a couple fails to sign in as Mr. and Mrs. — as long as...

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