Days Inn Vancouver Metro
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The little old place is clean but we stayed downstairs by the doors that go outside and it was very very loud and startling, it was hard to sleep. I would not stay there again. I don't like that area very well. The nice thing is that it was clean, but our room was so tiny.
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