HE Kainin Tepesa
kainintepesa at yahoo.com
Mon Mar 12 07:23:56 PDT 2007
Greetings Mistress Gwyneth and others interested in
hotels for Crown,
I can personally vouch for the Budget Host Inn and the
Western Inn Motel, as my lady and I have stayed at
both over the last 4 years that Bonwicke has been
using this site. You are correct that none of these
places are chain motels and they do have a certain
rustic charm, but I have found both to be clean and
comfortable with none of the scary issues that you
have described. I know of the types of motor inns you
are fearful of, we have stayed in a few ourselves, and
these are not those.
I cannot personally vouch for the Shiloh Inn, since I
have never stayed there, but it is my understanding
that it is the nicest of the hotels in Lamesa. If that
reputation is correct, then it would be another good
Crown Tournament Steward
--- gail young <gwynethb63 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> So, I'm planning to go to Crown. Who can tell me
> something about the local motels? None of them have
> websites and they don't appear to be part of any
> chain. I've stayed in many motels over the last 25
> years in the society and what I try to avoid is:
> When I check in I find I can't bring myself to
> walk barefooted across the carpet.
> A "deal" for the SCA that involves rooms being
> renovated and exposed electric wires in the shower.
> The room shakes when the train comes by.
> A soap dispenser in the shower.
> Multiple locks on the door and/or bars on the
> If anyone has first hand knoweledge of the motels
> on the Crown website, or would just like to warn me
> privately to stay 30 min. down the road at the Best
> Western in Big Spring<G>, please feel free.
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