From a traveler in Chattanooga for a family event and staying at a property that ends in “Inn”. Based on the circumference and the general neighborhood, he thinks someone popped a cap(TM).
Not scary but just ODD. At a “inn and suites” brand.
You have to wonder how the between-the-flights cleaning crew missed this plasma remnant on the window at 6A on a flight from Chicago to St. Louis.
From a flight attendant on layover in Odessa, Texas. The door doesn’t quite fit the door frame. It doesn’t really instill you with confidence.
Just enough to get a DNA match to link the previous guest to a string of homicides in Utah
Always remember to take some wash clothes, and carefully pull the bed spread away and leave it in the corner. Lots of stuff happens on those spreads, as we’re reminded from this hotel in Allentown.
I actually respect 4th grade humor, but the person who submitted this photo from a hotel in DC didn’t feel the same way. I guess that an all night red eye, a quick hour of sleep, making coffee while you’re in the shower and then having the coffee you pour[…]
I genuinely felt sorry for myself because of the pit of a room that I was assigned…until I opened the drapes and saw the guy living next to me.
It’s never a good sign when the previous brand’s shuttle van is sitting, abandoned, broken into and rusting in a corner of the parking lot. “Holiday Inn” can barely be seen through the paint. At a Marriott in San Antonio.
At a hotel in Burbank where they lease out part of their garage to a funeral home for storing their hearses. There’s “odd” and then there’s ten hearses at your hotel. Maybe the Eagles were right.