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Update: Kingdom A&S Camping and Hotel Information

Poster: "Atlow, Neal J" <nja10331@glaxowellcome.com>

Greetings once again!
	I have just received a voice mail from Red Roof Inn, and they are
offering us a flat rate of $55.99 per room per night! Once again, please get
your reservations in before the 29th, or you will be charged the rates I
describe below and room availability may not be guaranteed.
	- Nikulai!

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Atlow, Neal J 
> Sent:	Wednesday, June 17, 1998 11:37 AM
> To:	'atlantia@atlantia.sca.org'
> Subject:	Kingdom A&S Camping and Hotel Information
> Greetings unto the populace of the Kingdom of Atlantia!
> 	I have started getting inquiries regarding places to camp and hotels
> locations. Please share this information with the non-list abled.
> Hotels:
> 	I have arranged with the Red Roof Inn a block of 15 rooms. The cost
> for a room with two adults and two double beds is $64.99 plus tax; a room
> with two adults and one king size bed is $60.99 plus tax; a room with one
> adult and two double beds is $59.99 plus tax; a room with one adult and
> one king size bed is $55.99 plus tax. Children under 18 stay for free. 
> 	To reserve a room, please call 1-800-843-7663, tell them you are
> with the SCA and want a room in block number B201000441. The will hold
> this block open until June 29th without charge. After the 29th, they
> cannot hold the block without charge. If you call for a reservation after
> the 29th, the price will be the same, but the availability of rooms will
> not be guaranteed. 
> 	The hotel is at I-40 and 15-501 (exit 270 off I-40), which is one
> exit from the event site directions published in the Acorn. It is
> approximately 15 to 20 minutes from the event site.
> Camping:
> 	For those who wish to camp, the best option is Jordan Lake, (919)
> 362-0586. This is a state (county?) park. They have three different
> campgrounds around the lake, and they are about 25 to 35 minutes from the
> site. They do not accept reservations for stays of less then 7 days,
> however they have over 1000 camp sites and claim to have never been
> completely booked.
> 	Campsites cost $12 per night for sites without electricity and $17
> per night for sites with electricity. All three campgrounds include
> showers (hot and cold running water), swimming beaches, playgrounds, boat
> launches, and trails. All campsites within the grounds include a table,
> grill, and fire pit. 
> 	The only difference between the sites I am told is that Parkers
> Creek does not have waterfront campsites with electricity. 
> 	To the Jordan Lake campsites, take I-40 to exit 276 (Hwy 751).
> Follow Hwy 751 South (there are brown directional signs that say Jordan
> Lake) for 10 to 12 miles until the stop light at Hwy 64. Make a right onto
> Hwy 64 and follow it to the light in Wilsonville (you will see brown
> Jordan Lake signs). From that light, to get to Crosswinds campground, make
> a right and go about one half mile. From that light to get to Poplar
> Pointe, make a left and go about 3/4 of a mile. From that light to get to
> Parker's Creek, go through the light, cross over the bridge, and make the
> next right (there is a turn lane). 
> 	If I can be of further assistance with the Hotel or Camping
> information, please do not hesitate to email or call. Also, please call if
> I can be of assistance in finding you crash space. 
> In service,
> Nikulai Ivanovich
> 919-484-8860
> atlown@pagesz.net
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