Motel 6 Hagerstown
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I stayed in this motel for a night before I drove to Skyline Drive the next day.
- Location: It's located near a large mall. So you got Target if you need to buy some grocery stuff.
- Facilities: The room is quite motel standard: It's not dirty but everything looks old. There's washing machine for laundry.
- Service: The staff there is nice enough. The Wifi is not free ($2.99/day), but its quality is much better than free ones in some hotels I stayed. They offer free coffee in the morning.
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