(CNN) - As someone who spends life on the road, Ann Romney knows a thing or two about hotels.
Her favorites, she said Wednesday, are the ones that come with free Wi-Fi.
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"It's so convenient just to be able to get your internet," Ann said on Mike Huckabee's radio show. "I personally like Hampton Inns, but that's an aside."
During the interview, the wife of GOP presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney gave a glimpse into life on the campaign trail, detailing a grinding schedule packed with media interviews and daily city-hopping.
"It is tiring, and then you do it and then you get up and do the same thing the next day. And then you get up and do it the next day," Ann, who's been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, said. "It just goes on and on and on."
Ann said she views her role on the campaign as a window into what she describes as the softer, lesser known side of her husband.
"It just makes me sad that they don't know the real guy that I know, and that is my responsibility to let people see that side of him more," she said.
Often touted as a strong asset for his campaign, Ann frequently appears on stage to introduce her husband of 43 years before his speeches.
The millionaire couple typically stays at a Holiday Inn or Hampton Inn, she said, adding that her "clothes aren't looking so great" while living out of a suitcase for six weeks at a time.
But Ann reiterated that all the travails of a presidential campaign are worth it when meeting voters.
"You make new friends. I mean you see parts of the country you would never see otherwise. So there is the good and bad that comes with it, and I always like to remind myself what an extraordinary experience it is," she said. "It is not easy, no, but it is definitely worth it."