Rolled in late at night. It was dark, and a storm was coming. Beware, the potholes in the parking lot are very deep when filled with water. I was a single but was charged a $45 double rate as there were 2 beds in the room. Got room 115 on the second floor. I think someone was still living there and planning to come back, because there was still a bunch of old food in the 1950's style fridge kitchen unit after opening the mouldy door. Someones big bar of blue soap was still in the shower. Couldn't use the fan as the bearings were shot and sounded like rocks in a washing machine. Didn't have much light in the room, but it didn't matter much as I was able to kill the crawling bugs as they were large enough to see even in the dim light. Was up on the second floor, which after tripping on garbage and old carpet mats below the stairs, does offer a nice view down into the enclosure with the mattresses leaned up against it where the dumpster was supposed to go, but is full of old broken toilets, and motel parts. Fortunately, you don't see them at night because there are no lights in the dark parking lot, and as such, it must be a lot safer as thieves cant afford night vision goggles. Didn't have to worry about a dirty cup as there wasn't any. Drank from my old beverage can I saved. I did get a free foot pumice from all the dirt and sand in the carpets, so I guess it was worth it.