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We asked for a quiet room, and two beds. The bed request may have limited them to offering us the room in front on the first floor. Many trucks and busses in the street during the day time caused a lot of noise. into the room. There was a major construction across the street where a large hotel was building what looked like an underground parking lot. The place was quiet at night after work hours. Clean and neat, staff were friendly, but it cost us about $200 US a night after taxes,
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