Is This Classy Camping?

Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Principessa, Jul 15, 2009.

  1. Principessa

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    Rancho Bernardo Inn - San Diego, CA

    Survivor Package
    How Low Will You Go? Name your price with our Survivor Package!

    Your Package Includes:
    • Deluxe accommodations
    • Breakfast for two

    $219 per night*

    OR...

    • $199 without breakfast
    • $179 without honor bar
    • $159 without A/C or heat
    • $139 without pillows
    • $109 without sheets
    • $89 without lights
    • $59 without linens
    • $39 without toiletries
    • $19 without bed

    *Some restrictions and black out dates apply. Available August 16 - 31, 2009.


    So what the hell is the point of staying at this fancy shmancy place if you can live without all the nice amenities? :confused:
     
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    $10 without your balls.
     
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    Free if you sleep outside in your car!
     
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    :biggrin1: hahaha


    So why not just go to a KOA campground? What butthead is signing up for the survivor package? :confused:

     
  5. IntoxicatingToxin

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    See... I'd be the type to pay the money for all the accomodations. I hate camping. lol
     
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    Me too! :biggrin1: IMHO If you have to bring your own sheets, towels, pillows, and lightbulbs you need to keep your poor ass at home!:mad::tongue:

    The only thing I would be willing to do without is the honor bar. That's such a rip-off at any hotel. I'd rather bring my own liquor. :cool:
     
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    I worked in the dining room at a resort hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona back in the '80 that had a policy "Only food and drink obtained at this resort may be consumed on the premisis". Hotel security would confiscate beer, wine, and liquor from rooms to force guests to buy it at the resort. That was a cheesy policy IMO.
     
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    Interesting. This establishment has figured out a way to charge for a lack of accomodations and still pass it off as a good time? No doubts there will be someone who will pay for that.
     
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