(NEWSER– American journalists are turning to Twitter to moan about their Sochi hotel accommodations, and the complaints go well beyond there being no mints on the pillow. A sampling of the issues, per the Washington Post: no hotel lobby floor built yet; only one of 11 rooms booked five months ago being available; a broken elevator that forced a walk up to the right floor, only to find the fire door to the floor locked (yes, fire door). But Stacy St. Clair, with the Tribune Olympic Bureau, shares a truly standout story: On Tuesday morning she threw "caution to the bone-tired, jet-lagged wind" and decided to ignore the third fire alarm to go off in fewer than three hours. But, fully awake at 5:50am, she figured she'd just start her day.

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