Don't get me wrong. I much appreciate their even being there, allowing us to bring our dog even, for the one night stay we needed on our trek from PA to GA. Cramming the four of us in one room wasn't even so bad, though it would have been better if Youngest could have actually used the sleeper sofa we had paid extra for. With Eldest approaching six foot tall, there was not much room in that double bed for Youngest, even if they had been willing. Poor kid slept on the floor. Luckily, he was not driving.Now that the boys are older, there are few issues with bedtime. We don't need to lie still in the bed waiting for them to get to sleep as we used to do when they were so much younger. We no longer worry too much about what we are watching on TV being too violent or inappropriate, so that's really not an issue. The beds were comfortable, the room clean, the staff very accommodating...so what was the problem? In a nutshell...other people.Or perhaps it was just that the walls were that thin, the floors that permeable to transfer of noise, but it seemed as though the people up stairs were jumping off the beds, that no one bothered to think of others when they allowed their doors to slam. Who the heck can sleep at a hotel?IP,who would have gladly paid for a one night stay at a VR nearby, and will strongly consider offering that option if we buy the one we looked at while in transit
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