Old Dec 9, 16, 3:18 pm
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Originally Posted by Koja78 View Post
Btw, when looking for a cheap motel you could end up in places you don't want to even if your daytime is touristy.
I agree with that. You can see many discussions about that sort of thing in this forum. But with that, you need to be more specific about where you're contemplating staying. Then those of us here who are familiar with the areas in question can weigh in.

For example, in San Francisco there are many dicey parts of town such as certain western portions of South of Market, the Civic Center, the Tenderloin and west of Union Square. There's been so much gentrification in S.F. in recent years that I'm not sure that what I used to know about these areas is still valid.
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