Re: Where is the worst place you have ever slept?
In a cheap back-packer hotel. Relatives were arriving late at night at the then nearest international airport, over two hundred miles away. This was before the internet, so I looked up the hotel guide from the local roadside assistance provider. They gave the hotel a good write-up. I arrived after dark, which was good. I didn't want to tell my wife it seemed we had taken 2 teenagers to stay in the local red-light district, but by morning I think she knew. Overnight we heard all sorts of conversations in the lane under our window, several violent arguments, breaking glass, emergency sirens.
Our plan had been to spend the next day as tourists then drive home. Instead we drove home at first light.
"Life wasn't meant to be easy;
but take heart, parts of it can be delightful."