So Many Lights
20/06/2019 Roy C, Whispering Pines, North Carolina
There is too much light to allow a good night's sleep. There were three lights for the TV alone, one on a modem-type device, another on the cable or satellite box mounted on the rear but with the lig... more
There is too much light to allow a good night's sleep. There were three lights for the TV alone, one on a modem-type device, another on the cable or satellite box mounted on the rear but with the light extending beneath the edge of the TV and the ever-present red light to remind users the TV is turned off. (I can figure that out myself, and BW could help by using TVs that do not have them). The curtains are too short and allow light to come in from the parking lot at top, bottom and both sides Making matters worse is a large mirror that should be moved elsewhere that directs that light to yet another part of the room. Finally, not only did the clock-radio have a bright digital display, but there was a very bright white night light built into the snooze alarm button!
While the shower was fine, turning on the bathroom vent not only turns it on, but it turns on a heater that soon begins to bake one.
We could not hear anyone in the adjoining rooms, but outside the front doors, every thing or person who moved could be heard all too well. Fortunately, after about 9:30 all was quiet and there was no further noise until about 6:00 a.m.
Rooms were small and crowded, but clean. Coffee was better than at most hotels/motels and breakfast was fine. Staff was friendly and helpful. There is no elevator to the second floor. less
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