Those Netflix return envelopes always say "Nearest Netflix Facility" and then have the actual address of a particular one. Since my envelopes have a Rochester address and were mailed in San Francisco yesterday, and reached Netflix already, some post offices must actually intercept them and send them to a nearby facility instead of the one shown on the envelope.
Now if only I could tell Netflix, "Send the next two movies to me at this hotel, instead of to my home address." I'll still be here when they arrive tomorrow.
I'm sure I could change my mailing address temporarily, but that seems like it's not worth it. I do still have one more DVD I can watch on the plane back; I watched "Stuart Little" after the airline's "Fool's Gold" was over, and then "Before Sunset" over two nights in the hotel. It's nice to be able to hook the laptop up to the television through the cool adapter boxes they have in each room. They even provide a video cable, though not an audio cable.