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    Senior Member kemperato's Avatar
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    Get a good night's sleep my friend. See you in 13 days!

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    Trigger pulled. Sept. 4 to 14th. Hilton. Keep those seats warm Walt.

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    Last day of work will be on the 8th September, first day of Vacation on the 11th September(my birthday), flying off to Aruba on the 12th September to stay till the 26th September.

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    Quick update, it may be slow season, but it's also spring break for many in New England. It's pretty crowded this week.

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    Yes, Ma and ME public schools are on break!
    2 of the Maine breakers are at my house as i type.
    Quote Originally Posted by WaltVB View Post
    Quick update, it may be slow season, but it's also spring break for many in New England. It's pretty crowded this week.

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    Some schools in Virginia and DC are also on spring break this week.

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    In late May do you need a light jacket or sweater for evenings? I plan to bring all tank type tops/summer dresses.

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    Unless you are going somewhere that has the AC cranked up or you are particularly sensitive to cold you shouldn't need anything. Some restaurants and casinos have the temperatures set in the low 60's, but most places are quite comfortable. Outside the temps are in the low 80's at night.

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    Your spot on...the Holiday Inn and the Ritz are at 100% today as I looked earlier incase I was offered a chance to give up my tickets...


    QUOTE=WaltVB;315478]Quick update, it may be slow season, but it's also spring break for many in New England. It's pretty crowded this week.[/QUOTE]

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    How do you know if a hotel is at capacity? You mentioned you looked so, I was wondering if this is something you can look up.

    [QUOTE=Aruba4ever;315541]Your spot on...the Holiday Inn and the Ritz are at 100% today as I looked earlier incase I was offered a chance to give up my tickets...

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