Motel from Hell
Posted Mar 17, 2017
We initially reserved a three night stay, but fled after the second one. This is a very old, rundown property located at an extremely busy intersection. Our first night room was on the second floor, about as close to the road as possible, and we literally felt like we were sleeping in the unceasing traffic. To his credit, the next day, the desk clerk moved us to a quieter room on the backside of the building -- that is, until 12:20 A.M. when the bloodcurdling, screaming started! A women screamed as if she was being murdered for several minutes, jolting us out of bed. The next morning the desk clerk told me it was a disgruntled guest, upset that she couldn't extend her stay because there were no vacancies! Well, there was one after we checked out, cutting short our vacation by a day. I guess the old adage is true -- you get what you pay for.