We booked a room here because of the rate and the fact that they said they were dog friendly. First of all, it's much farther off the interstate than we thought. (Our mistake.) When we got there, about 10:00 p.m. we were interrogated about our dog. Remember, they advertised as dog friendly with no stated limitations as far as size or breed. This isn't a problem for us anyway, since our dog is a 17 pound Bichon Frise. But in the process of trying to check in, I finally just went out to the car and brought our dog inside so they could see for themselves that we weren't harboring a Great Dane or the likes thereof. We found our room and I went in to check it out while my husband took the dog to do her duty. The room was on ground level and had vertical blinds that would not entirely close. Anyone walking by could have looked in. The bathroom was dimly lighted, probably to make it look nicer than it really was. There was a window unit air conditioner placed in wall cutout and was unplugged. To plug it in, I had to pull the cord to a small utility closet where there were multiple outlets (weird). There was a desk with no chair. That's where the tv was placed. The carpeting had large patched areas in it, and the place just smelled bad. I went back outside to tell my husband that I was not going to sleep here. Before I could get the words out, he told me to get in the car...we were leaving. While walking the dog, he couldn't find a patch of grass for the dog to pee on. He had to walk up the road to find any area where our dog could do her business. We both agreed this wasn't the place for us. In fact the area didn't appear to be safe.
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