Wanted two rooms for a shopping trip and the manager matched the price offered by the Rodeway Inn next door, pretty reasonable for late August, $40. At least we thought it was reasonable until we saw the rooms. Old, tired and shabby, but the obvious spots on the bedspreads was even worse than the hairs in the tub. I feel sorry for the maids, because until management upgrades the noisy old a/c and invests in some paint and new comforters ($10 across the street at Sear's), this place will always feel and look dirty.
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