Recently, I stayed at the Viking Motel in Wilmington, VT. I am pretty sure the owners fundamentally reject technology, the front desk looked like it came from the 1920's, they had some ancient typewriter there, no computer, and no modern phones. I checked in (yes, they had my reservation handwritten on paper) and got in my room (#6.) The first thing to notice in the room was a model 2500 desk phone with a note below it that said:
"Use a phone card for long distance. Local and toll-free are free, dial 9."
This is where the fun began. Picked up the phone and dialled 9, got a real outside dial tone, it was quite crackled.
10-10-321 allowed you to dial long distance and international at Mr. and Mrs. Bates' expense!
Found the local ANAC in minutes too: 200-222-2222.
I would definitely recommend the Viking Motel to any phone phreak! Lots of fun is to be had.