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    Senior Member cpjones's Avatar
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    My bad.... understand and respect point of view! Never again!

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    aw, hell i did not mean to chastise.
    it was my views as being a timeshare owner and my opinion only.

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    As a fellow LaCabana timeshare owner, the last time I was in the pool at there, a bunch of local teenagers decided to go for a swim. They were immediately asked to leave by security. A big give away was no bracelet!

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    Arrow Just thinking out loud...

    Picture paying $200, $300, $400, $500 or more a night for a hotel room. Better yet, pay $750 a night at Christmas for the least expensive room at the Radisson.

    Someone staying elsewhere, say an apartment inland at $115 a night, comes and uses the pool and facilities at the resort which you are paying hard earned money to stay at.

    How would you feel?

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    Senior Member cpjones's Avatar
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    On the other hand......... Having tried the pool at the Radisson and then having toured a room one night years ago did get us to switch hotels and we've stayed at the Radisson for 5 years now! Again.... no more pool hopping for us!!!!!!!

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