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Old August 12th, 2004, 10:39 AM
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Is it too late to get a hotel on Priceline for the end of October? Any pointers as to where to stay either downtown or beach area. We are staying two days before cruise and one day after. I am traveling with DH and Mother and Father who are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. We like to swim and shop. Suggestions please?

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Old August 12th, 2004, 10:25 PM
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You might get more help if you mention what city you're asking about.
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It shouldn't be too late to get a room through Priceline.

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It's not toolate for Priceline, but if you are talking about Fort Lauderdale around the 28, 29 October you may run into trouble. That is International Boat Week and almost everything is booked. I Have been trying for awhile for the 29th. Made a res at the Sleep Inn airport, Dania (that's the same as saying FtL). It has free shuttles from airpot and to Cruise, and includes breakfast. It is fairly new, 3* and has good reviews. We have a 1 bdrm suite (2 beds) and pullout for $104 (we do senior over 60). Try Priceline, but if no luck book something that you only have to guarantee with a cc and you can keep trying. If you get Priceline you can cancel
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I am looking for Fort Lauderdale on October 23, 24 and then 30. Thanks for the tip on Boat Week sounds like I need to book something on the 30th very soon.

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Old August 20th, 2004, 05:55 PM
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Check out http://www.BetterBidding.com for tips and a bidding strategy for your stay.
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