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Have you ever stayed at a motel that charged by the hour?

This question was inspired by Crash T. Kirk.

Travel > Travel (General) > General - Travel (General) > No-Tell Motel > Sticky carpet> Dirty sheets > First date

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    I can't remember.

    Travel > Travel (General) > General - Travel (General) > ALCOHOL > No-Tell Motel > MORE ALCOHOL > SURE THING > Sticky carpet > THROW-UP > Dirty sheets > First date > GUILT > SHAME

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Yes. The Black Horse Inn in Blackwood, NJ. I got transferred to Philly when I was in the service and got off-base housing. By the time I found the house it was nearly 10 pm, so we found the nearest hotel. The person at the front desk seemed surprised that we wanted a room for the entire night. It was the classic no-tell motel. A gap about 3 inches under the door, stains on the sheets and carpet, a curtain for the bathroom door, condom wrappers in the garbage can and cars in and out of the parking lot all night. We still laugh about that place.

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Short answer, no. I just stayed in a motel in Sarasota - for the reservation the phone was answered by a clearly American person, but when I got there, there were the "Patels". As expected, the carpet was too filty to walk on barefoot, the lights were the lowest watts possible, and people read in a hotel, and they refused to give me a senior discount. $113. I've stayed in other motels run by Indians - virtually all of them have cleanliness issues. I am not happy about this since I have to stay kind of low-budget. Low budget used to mean small TV and maybe one packet of instant coffee, and thin towels. Now with all the Indians it means dirty. Sorry, but it's true.

  • 1 decade ago

    No.

    The state of motels is bad enough at a 'normal' motel. The pay by hour ones - well.... need i even mention whats probably on the sheets and the carpet etc etc etc..

    I don't believe it to be very hygenic - You can actually catch some STI's by laying amounst dirty sheets.

    I think its worth paying a tad extra for an all night stay.

    Louis.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Whilst traveling to the General Store, I happened upon a Motel 6, where they had left the light on for Wonder. When I got to my room, I discovered sticky carpet, dirty sheets, and a naked man in the bed. Much to my surprise and chagrin, it was Crash T. Kirk, pleasuring himself with a large smoked sausage and some collard greens.

    He offered me a bite to eat. I accepted.

    That was our first date.

    *cries very hard*

    Source(s): Hello again, lover *waves to Crash* *cries*
  • 1 decade ago

    Actually in Japan you can "rest" for 2 hours which is roughly a little more than half price of "stay". Price ranges from $30 - $80 for a decent "rest" room.

    These hotels/motels are usually referred to as "rabuho" (short for love hotel) and quite popular for younger crowds for well, love making :-)

  • 1 decade ago

    between the ages of 18-21

  • 1 decade ago

    Not by the hour, but there was a 3-hour minimum stay. It was a "no tell motel" and had a blast!! In fact, did it on numerous occasions.

  • 1 decade ago

    If by "motel" your meaning can include a red Datsun B-210 with Yosemite Sam mud flaps, then yes.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I stayed at a love hotel in Tokyo for anight because everywhere else was packed. And yes, it did charge by the hour. haha.

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