All I'm asking for is one hour! Just one. On a recent stay at BLT we had both the pleasure and displeasure of going to the "Top of the World Lounge." I get that members want to spend time with their families enjoying the lounge, watching the fireworks and so on. But it should be that the last hour of the evening set aside for adults only up there. The lounge was open until midnight and up until 11:45, there were toddlers running around completely unsupervised. We had a small group of adults and were seated in the back corner area that has curtains in front of it. The children kept running around in circles, running up to the curtains pulling them closed, then pulling them open, then pulling them closed, then pulling them open. Meanwhile the parents were on the opposite side of the room enjoying themselves. I understand that everyone parents in a different way, and that many children would never get away with this, but there is no alternative the way I see it. The easiest solution would be to give the 11pm to midnight hour to adults only. Families would be able to enjoy the fireworks and the lounge, but then the adults could enjoy a little adult time as well. (Of our "adults-only" group, half have children of their own, and even they said the lounge needs adult only time.) Is one hour, between 11pm and midnight, asking too much?