I stayed here for a night before driving out to Key West. I asked to see a room before I paid for it, and it seemed fine at first glance. Relatively clean. No bed bugs. After I moved all my stuff in for the night and started getting settled, I noticed something reddish sticking out of the plastic grid covering the florescent light over the bathroom sink.
Oh, I wish I had not looked closer. I really do.
It was the butt of a dead cockroach sticking through the holes in the grid. Then I scanned the rest of the light covering and saw two more dead cockroaches.
And you know what dead cockroaches means: There are live cockroaches nearby.
After that, everytime I walked near the bathroom sink, I peered up to make sure there weren't any live cockroaches peering down at me.
I fell asleep trying not to think about cockroaches crawling all over my belongings.
The next day, I went into the lobby to get some free breakfast. A woman emerged from the back room behind the front desk when I entered the lobby. I smiled and said hello and she glared back at me and went back into the back room without saying anything. Breakfast was nothing fancy. Just toast, fake orange juice, and coffee. Every once in a while she would peer out of the backroom to see what I was taking from the breakfast counter.
I couldn't wait to get out of there fast enough.
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