Wrong site Buffy old chum, if you are peddling seasickness tablets, we've experienced hurricanes, typhoons, cyclones and the ladies of Skandi bar in Valparaiso (Smoke)Taking a vacation and conquering a fear might not seem like they go hand in hand but consider that getting from your home to your destination can come with its own set of fears.(Whaaa)
Not sure what this has to do with the OP, but multi-storey car parks!....some years ago I was the project director building a large biofuels plant in Slough, UK, and because it was a six-day week and ten hours a day job I rented a flat in a nearby village to avoid the soullessness of hotels. one weekend my wife flew out to spend the couple of days with me, so I took the Saturday off and took her to the massive shopping complex in Slough centre. I parked my car in the multi-storey that seemed as if it could easily park every car in Europe. I faithfully noted the level and the bay numbers where I had parked, and we set off on a window shopper's paradise for women like my girl.Multistorey car parks where you take the lift back to what you believed to be your floor and not only is the car not where it should be but you don't even recognise the layout of the car park floor.