I have to give this place credit. I have never - ever - seen such creative and liberal use of caulk in my entire life. And this is from a guy who believes a little duct tape and caulk can fix just about any household malady. If I were to make a an estimate, a conservative estimate mind you, I’d have to say that the shower stall in this place was about 50 percent caulk and 50 percent “soon to be caulked“. Whatever infinitesimal amount remained consisted of plastic bath tiles or, more often than not, glue covered sheet rock (plaster…cement…who knows) where a plastic tile used to call home. The bathroom in this place was awful, there is no other way to describe it. The rest of the motel was, well…what you’d expect for $89 Canadian per night I guess. The walls were painted cinderblock and the sheets were a shade of yellow that did not give me a warm and fuzzy feeling. They had somehow attached a flat screen LCD TV to one of the cement walls so it had that going for it…but that’s about it. The biggest problem with this place was, despite that fact that it is a single level motel made out of cement, you can hear every footstep your next-door neighbor takes. I’m not entirely sure how they accomplished this, but in a cinder block motel, it is truly a wonder of engineering incompetence. It may be worth staying here simply for the experience. Then again…it’s may not.
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