[Tagging] Mapping private home toilets

Martin Koppenhoefer dieterdreist at gmail.com
Tue Mar 3 09:46:26 UTC 2015

2015-03-03 10:31 GMT+01:00 Bryce Nesbitt <bryce2 at obviously.com>:

> The same can be said for public buildings like the White House, or the
> halls of congress.

typically those places have different kind of toilets, some thought for
visitors or a more general audience, others with more private character.
Can also be observed in hospitals or hotels: there are toilets associated
with the rooms (and practically private) and others open to all customers /
visitors and maybe someone passing by and asking nicely. Many other private
places (e.g. offices, shops) or those that might sometimes require a fee
(e.g. museums, libraries) do have different kind of toilets, those for the
staff and those for the visitors. In my school there used to be a
distinction in toilets for the pupils (and visiting parents) and toilets
for the teachers (accessible with keys). In Germany, many gas stations do
have toilets for their customers, but you have to ask for a key (will
normally get it also if you're not a customer). At (some) universities the
toilets might legally not be intended for everyone but in practise you can
just walk in for a toilet session.

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