At a hotel in Buffalo where the windows were last Squeegee’d before people knew what a Squeegee was.
From a flight attendant on layover at a non-brand hotel in Amarillo, she notes that the 3 foot slash in the curtain was disconcerting.
A very very dirty faucet at an all-suites brand in Phoenix.
An airport hotel curtain in San Antonio where a LARGE strip was torn off the bottom so that this east-facing room lights up like the surface of the sun at 6:30 am.
From a flight attendant on layover in Corpus Christi. She blames the opaque window crud on: “salt air and the petrochemical plants on every street corner.”
It seems to be a recent trend of people running across disgustingly dirty windows. From a travel professional, this is the Ramada in Louisville
At a hotel near the Atlanta airport.
The shot sadly doesn’t give it justice; it was almost impossible to see out of. At a Best Western in Kentucky from “Stan M”.
At a Best Western in Iowa where the last time the windows were cleaned was apparently during the Nixon visit to China in the early 70’s