As a person experienced with motels, he has some sage advice. “Always ask for a room on the end of the motel because the chances of having a party next door are a little less,” King says. “Or, if it’s a three-story hotel, get a room on the top floor and then you don’t have to worry about the couple above you deciding they’re going to go at it all night long.”
He also keeps his bag sparse, but always brings a backup book. "There’s the book that I’m going to read and the backup in case the book is terrible," he says.
h/t Travel + Leisure
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