How to avoid a “ghost” hotel booking in South Beach
In my previous post I mentioned a hotel I was staying at in South Bend, Indiana called The Venetian.
It was on the top of a hill, and it was very quiet.
I was sitting on a bench in the lobby, and I noticed that there was a sign on the wall that said “Reservations: 8:00AM – 5:00PM.”
I went into the lobby to check out and there were no reservations.
The room was so quiet, it seemed to be in the early afternoon when I left, and that was unusual.
I asked if there was anyone in the hotel and he said there was not.
I walked around and looked around.
There were no guests there.
There was nothing, I walked out, and there was no one in the room.
The hotel was actually on the corner of a street that was the intersection of North State and South State, and a few blocks away there was the South Bend Convention Center.
When I walked in, there was nothing.
The sign had been ripped off, and the hotel had been destroyed.
When the police came to pick up the sign, the building manager and I said, “We know what’s going on, we’re going to call you,” and they said, and they showed me a photo of the hotel’s sign, and told me that they had taken the sign down.
I thought that was really weird, and then I saw it on Reddit, and everybody started talking about it.
That’s when I realized, it’s probably not the hotel I went to.
The whole time I was there, I never saw anyone in there.
I saw someone walking by, but I never knew it was him.
I had a hotel booked, but when I saw the sign on that sign, I realized it was actually a ghost hotel.
I checked it out again, and all of a sudden, there were people there, but they were all not in the building.
I called the hotel manager, and he gave me a hotel number and said, if you need to book a room, you can call the hotel.
But that was just a weird feeling, and now I have to go check out a hotel somewhere else and wait.
I’ve never been in a hotel where there was only one person in there, and no one else was there.
The Hotel I was in When I first checked into the hotel, there weren’t anyone else there.
It looked like a ghostly room, and my eyes were watering.
The staff was very polite, and everyone was very friendly.
The manager said they didn’t have any guests in there when I went in.
When you look at the sign in the window, there are no guests in it, and if there were, I don’t know what happened to them.
When we left, we saw a lot of police cars and people waiting to get in, and we saw the police officers walking around.
It didn’t look like they were trying to find anybody. I don