Sleep Inn near Ft. Jackson
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Maybe when the renos are done this might be an OK place to stay. The front desk clerk, bless her, scrubbed soap scum off the shower floor for us on her break. She was great, but the room was just barely passable and we would not sit on the desk chair. Gross! Comfy bed good tv. Took a while to figure out how to change shower temp
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