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The hotel room we stayed in on December 4-5, 2005, was small but adequate. The room was clean, though some maintenance was needed in the shower area. We did find one of the drinking glasses to be filthy, as if used and never washed or wiped out.
The waste baskets were unlined and cleaned, saving landfills from lots of plastic bags, and presenting a tidy look. The shower curtains are fabric, not plastic; no off gassing!
There are real hangars in the ample closet, and they are made of wood. A small safe was available in the closet for valuables.
Hotel staff (cast of characters) does seem to have confusion about room internet connections. We were told, by one staff, that we had wireless internet, and by another we were told wireless was only in a couple of spots in the hotel -- bet they couldn't remember where. We learned that the wired broadband is available to those with Internet Explorer, evidently not those on Firefox or other browsers.
My shower was an adventure. It started off quite nicely, and then cycled through temperatures ranging from icy cold to scalding hot. I finished up without a serious burn, but it was not fun. It's an old hotel, and I guess that was one of the visible problems of age.
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