Ah, the old riddle: what gets wetter the more it dries?
Before answering that question, allow me to show you a photo from a hotel at which we stayed during a recent trip.
Here’s a closer shot so you can read it.
Please towel dry before leaving pool.
My wife pointed it out to me, as she correctly knew I would appreciate it.
The sign should have said to towel dry before leaving the pool room or before entering the hallway or courtyard.
To comply with the sign as written would have required over 100,000 towels (according to a topic I saw on Reddit about how many towels it would take to dry a pool. They assumed a larger pool, but they also assumed larger towels so it’s close enough).
Not only would the pool users waste a lot of time drying off while in the pool, they would need a pool-sized space to discard the wet towels.
We did not comply with the letter of the law, but I do believe we followed the spirit of the law.
Now back to the original question. The answer is, of course, a Hampton Inn pool room.
The waters from the sea will dry up, And the river will be parched and dry.