website and checked the place out and it's very interesting. A lot of the rooms have the original tile in the bathrooms, chenille bedspreads with bluebirds on them, and some pretty cool vintage lamps - some of which I'd be tempted to snag. One room even has this old pink gas stove from the 50s (non-working of course) and a lot of the rooms have garages and sunny places to sit outside your door.
Unfortunately, I don't think Kass is going to be able to spend the night there. If the place was a few hundred miles down the road I might say yes but at this point in the story I'm afraid it's another night on the road. But you know, this is what we do to our characters. Make things hard for them. Throw obstacles in their path. Push them into situations that will test them at every point along the way so that by the time they reach the end of their journey they have passed through that ring of fire and come out the other side.
But don't worry, at some point I will let Kass sleep in a real bed again. Just not yet.