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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays End Motel Durango
You get what you pay for I guess. As usual, these hotels advertise free wifi but it never works unless you're in their office. Not sure I like the idea of having the was basin in the main room with the only power points just above it. Charging phones and tablets near water is not good.
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