|As you can see, the roof of the front building was hit pretty hard.|
|Here's a view from the back. Note how the fence was knocked down back here as well.|
|Of course, that's nothing compared to
the motel buildings.
Where's the roof? I couldn't even find a trace of it among the debris!
Odds are Katrina took some towels and the little shampoo bottles as well, that bitch.
|Here's a look inside one of the rooms. As with a lot of the other abandonments throughout the area, all the doors were wide open. So was the ceiling in quite a few places, incidentally.|
|And this is what it looked like below
Just think; this is on the first floor where there was at least some ceiling left.
Also take a look at the air conditioning unit. All along this section of the motel they were pushed into the rooms like this.
|I don't know what happened to the top
mattress or why the chair was on top of the box springs.
Possible explanation: In many rooms there were beer bottles and cans on the tables.
Because it's always a good idea to kick a few back right before you're planning to drive in bumper to bumper traffic among throngs of panicked evacuees.
|Here you can see through the windows and right out the top of the rooms upstairs.|
|Continue to Part II|