Motel 6 Salina
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And not much else. Bed was okay, a little hard. Just soap, no shampoo or lotion. You get what you pay for.... but I got a way better place the next night for the same price. Was clean enough, bed was clean, floor could use another vacuuming. -- no breakfast :(
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