Pros: 1) Cheapest stay in town (especially if you book on the 'net) 2) Very friendly and helpful staff.
Cons: 1) A car dealer is next door and you hear "SERVICE 101 PLEASE, SERVICE 101" All day, about every three minutes. The dealer is closed at night so it didn't bother us until it woke us up in the morning. Request a room away from the car dealer. 2) It's between two major roads. You could throw a stone at either the highway or the turnpike. That didn't bother me so much as the air conditioning sort of drowned out the noise. 3) No extras - bring shampoo and a clock. (I'd rather bring my own stuff and save a few dollars so this didn't bother me - it's just a caveat)
If I had more money I'd go to one of the other hotels in town, but for the poor folk (like me), it worked.
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