I know you were jealous when you heard that I was staffed on a project in Florida. I've been taking pictures around Lakeland, and thought I would share my daily joy with you. There is a strange density of "Inns" in Lakeland, so I've put together a photo montage.
Ah, the Jameson - one of the best. That's a nice fish on the rear window of his pickup truck.
La Quinta, para cada uno placer.
Is comfort more important?
Or is quality more important?
Maybe you want to feel safe at the Saf-ar Inn.
When on Holiday, choose the inn, not the motel...
They also have inns for various ethnicities.
Relax for a day, or a week. Get it? RELAXIN!
While you're there, you might as well go shopping.
Listen, a lot of people are on a budget,
...but is it best to be Economical at $45 "single 1 per"?
Or to be treated as royalty? (Extra what per $10? Extra sheet?)
While you're in the area, may as well pick up some life skills - who doesn't want some of those?
Hmmmm - or... huh?
It begs the question... Oh. I see.
Now, most people would be comfortable saying, "Come on over and try sitting on my La-Z-Boy." Buuuuttt (think about it...)
People who only come to Florida in the winter are affectionately known as Snow Birds. They apparently stay at this inn. I don't know why they need the security that comes with barbed wire, though.
With all this competition, it's not hard to see why Days Inn is rated #1 in Lakeland, but as you're about to see, it's not the best.
This one is. Phones!
And no joke, directly connected to a Hooters restaurant, you can stay at the:
The sad part of all this poking fun? I stay at the Residence. Inn.