"Is it even open?"
Posted Jun 4, 2016 on Orbitz
I purchased a night at the travel inn online, and navigated to it, only to arrive at painted over signs and closed up buildings next to a budget inn. Only after a terrified couple of minutes did I notice the see arrows and a narrow driveway between some bushes. Proceeding, it didn't improve much. Still run down or closed up looking, I found the office, I think, and there are some cars next to a few of the rooms. Reluctantly because I was desperate, I go in the office and check in. "Don't get the key card next to your phone, it will inactivate it," she says, or something of the sort. Inactivate what, my phone??!!? I pull up next to the room, parking next to the end of the building where there is the narrowest drive to go around the building. "I hope no one flies around that corner from the other side and hits my car!" The sigh warns " no semis". No kidding! I place the key card next to the handle. "buzzzzz!" The handle opens the door to the worst smelling room I've been in, and about ten flies. The furnishings are probably what the real Travel Inn left behind. Be advised. Just sleep in your car. It's a more comfortable experience, overall.