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The Little Italy ArtWalk offers Free Family Fun this Weekend

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Little Italy San Diego ArtWalk

Start gearing up for one of San Diego’s biggest art events, kicking off this weekend in Little Italy. This year’s 30th Annual Little Italy ArtWalk and Festival will take place April 26 and 27,throughout Little Italy from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. This family-friendly free event draws in upwards of 100,000 attendees every year so parking will be limited. We recommend getting a nearby cheap hotel for the Little Italy ArtWalk that offers free parking. The Marina Inn is only 3 blocks from Little Italy’s India Street and your affordable hotel room comes with free parking, free WiFi and free breakfast!

After unpacking in your downtown San Diego hotel room near the Little Italy ArtWalk, throw on some sneakers and get ready for 2 days of art-filled fun. Here’s some of what you can expect at this weekend’s Little Italy ArtWalk and Festival:

  • Create your own Mandala with artist Deb DeLisi. A mandala uses geometric forms to represent one’s journey through life.
  • On Saturday come out from noon to 4 pm to watch four artists at the Off the Wall Live Street Painting exhibit. They’ll be creating art from scratch right in front of your eyes.
  • KidsWalk encourages art education among children and will be a prominent part of ArtWalk 2014. Participating organizations will set up shop on the streets of Little Italy where kids will have the opportunity to create their own kites, drawings, chalk art, paper lanterns, music and much more.
  • Live music will line the streets on four different stages. Some special guests include Josh Damigo and The Heavy Guilt.
  • Dancers on the EDGE will take to stage 5 for must-see performances throughout the weekend. Expect to witness a variety of different styles of dance, from hip hop and jazz to ballet and contemporary.

This weekend is a great time to plan a San Diego vacation, just be sure to book your Little Italy ArtWalk hotel today! If you book your room at Marina Inn and Suites in advance you could qualify for an early booking discount of up to 12% off on already competitive rates. Come out to San Diego to enjoy our cheap hotel next to the Gaslamp Quarter. To ask about our other special discounts or to book a kid-friendly hotel room, call Marina Inn at 1-800-571-2933.

For more information on the Little Italy ArtWalk visit their website at and don’t forget to follow Marina Inn on Twitter (@MarinaInnSD) for more San Diego travel tips and events.

Things Parents Need to Know about Vacationing in San Diego

Parents Guide to San Diego

A San Diego vacation with the kids can be a terrific experience. This amazing city has something for every age from toddlers to teens. With the proper planning, your San Diego vacation can be affordable, with some sights and attractions not costing you a single dime. Here are a few things that all parents need to know about San Diego before they visit.

  • Freebies – The best way to save is to take advantage of all the free activities. Fortunately, even some of San Diego’s top attractions offer freebies throughout the year. For example, the San Diego Zoo offers free admission to children during October. On select Tuesdays you can get in free to a handful of museums at Balboa Park, and Old Town walking tours are always free of charge. Don’t forget to hit the beach for some cheap fun in the sun and if you visit from December through March, head to Point Loma’s Whale Overlook to catch a glimpse of the seasonal whale migration and stop by the tide pools for more up-close and personal exploration opportunities.
  • Accommodations – Do some research before booking your stay. San Diego has several hotels located close by the major attractions. This makes it convenient to take a nap break during the day with little ones. For instance, look for cheap hotels near the San Diego Zoo which will be centrally located to all of downtown San Diego, and be sure to look into additional amenities such free wireless internet, parking and in-room amenities such as microwave and refrigerator which can go a long way in keeping food costs down if you’re enjoying an extended vacation.
  • Food – Embarcadero is an excellent family spot. This mile long stretch by the bay is home to Seaport Village. Along with souvenir shops and a carousel you’ll find great family friendly casual restaurants. The San Diego Burger Company has children’s nuggets and burgers along with more adventurous dishes for Mom and Dad. Asaggio serves up kid friendly pizzas with a fantastic view from their outdoor seating and prices are affordable as well. Not sitting down at full service restaurants for every meal can help lower food costs during your trip
  • Theme Parks – Children are more tolerant of adult activities if they know they’ll have their day too. San Diego has many theme parks suited just for kids. Sea World has hands on exhibits and thrilling shows by Shamu and all your marine favorites. Click here for affordable hotels near SeaWorld San Diego. Legoland is another great option and is one of California’s top family destinations where you’ll find more than 15,000 LEGO structures intermixed with creative play areas and thrilling rides.

With these tips in mind, you can plan a successful family vacation that everyone is sure to enjoy and remember for years to come. If you’re not sure of where to stay, look for affordable hotels near the San Diego Airport and Gaslamp Quarter district which will give you access to major parts of the city. Interested in making a hotel reservation right now? Contact a Reservation Manager at 1-800-571-2933 and learn more about the affordable accommodations at the Marina Inn and the hotel’s wonderful location in the heart of downtown San Diego.

Belmont Park’s New Beer Restaurant

 New Belmont Park Beer Restaurant

Belmont Park in San Diego, CA has a fun and relaxed atmosphere for inexpensive summer fun full of theme-park style attractions, an arcade with laser tag, and plenty of new restaurant options. The Mission Beach boardwalk’s newest addition, Draft, offers an exciting place for casual, relaxed, beachfront enjoyment with your friends or family. This new craft beer hotspot is sure to be one of your favorite pit stopsalong the shoreline during your weekend vacation in San Diego.

Draft knows its craft. This beer lover’s paradise has over 60 beers on tap and over 80 bottles for a true exploration of flavors. With a daily happy hour and a bottle sharing program, you have no excuse not to try a vast array of brews. Bottle sharing is a unique experience where beer aficionados bring a personal bottle of a rare brew to share with everyone in attendance. With events like these, a view that can’t be beat and constantly rotating beer seasonal beers there’s always a new reason to visit Draft.

While it may have a good selection of specialized craft beers on tap, Draft isn’t stuck up. The owners are making a concentrated effort to make sure Draft is comfortable for long time connoisseurs and casual beach goers alike. There may be over 140 beers to choose from, but no one will judge you for ordering a good old fashioned Coors Light and watching the sun go down on their expansive patio.

Draft has an intriguing menu prepared by Chef Brad Wise to pair with its beer selection. Pork belly corn dogs with truffled mustard and pistachio encrusted salmon are just some of the fare available at this location. These gourmet flares on boardwalk classics add to the relaxed yet sophisticated vibe.

The space itself can hold 500 customers at a time and has a large video projector screen, in case people-watching isn’t enough to keep you entertained. Whether you’re brand new to beer tasting and are looking for a little Beer 101 or you know exactly what you’re looking for, Draft is a fun addition to a budget friendly summer day in San Diego and is a great way to wind down after heart-pumping rides at San Diego SeaWorld or Belmont Park.

During your vacation in San Diego you can get the best of both worlds by staying at the Downtown Marina Inn hotel located less than 2 miles from Downtown San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter and less than 7 miles from Mission Beach, CA.

To reserve your cheap hotel near Downtown San Diego call Marina Inn & Suites today at 1-800-571-2933to take advantage of our early booking super savings!

Sing Your Way through San Diego at the Hottest Karaoke Bars

Karaoke Bars San Diego

San Diego holds a reputation of being the mecca for karaoke lovers, with karaoke nights featured throughout the city in establishments ranging from country joints to Irish pubs. When planning your vacation, be sure to grab a cheap hotel near the Gaslamp Quarterbecause this area in particular provides some of the hottest karaoke bars when it comes time to belt out your favorite radio hits.

Analog Bar
801 5th Avenue
With a mixed feeling of a 1970′s recording studio and a sleek downtown lounge, Analog provides a chic stop for karaoke every Saturday night. The menu here lives up to their slogan “good food, strong drinks” with foodie-friendly offerings like pork BanhMi street tacos, lobster corn dogs and specialty cocktails made from scratch.

The Double Deuce
528 F Street
The Double Deuce is for those looking for more of a constant party atmosphere with four floors of DJs spinning everything from rock to new country. Unleash your wild side and go for a ride on the mechanical bull. While there’s no food menu here, this bar prides itself as having one of the best happy hours in the Gaslamp alongside its Whiskey Wednesday karaoke. Grab $5 Jameson or Heineken for a little liquid courage before belting out a tune.

Whiskey Girl
702 5th Avenue
One of the longest running venues in the Gaslamp, Whiskey Girl features karaoke each Saturday night. Pair your night of singing with food creations like whiskey basted burgers and one of the largest selections of whiskey you’ll find in San Diego. Jump in front of the mic and capture your daring deed by posing for the on-stage photobooth camera.

Hennessy’s Tavern
708 4th Avenue
If Irish Pub fare and a pint of Guinness are more your style, then Hennessy’s is the place. Catch some karaoke on Wednesday nights while enjoying cheap and traditional Irish food and beverages. If you love samplers, check out Hennessy’s liquor tasting menus for three shots of bourbon, tequila, scotch or Irish whiskey. After a potentially embarrassing and entertaining experience you can head next door to their adjoining bar, the Gaslamp Speakeasy, for a classy end to your evening.

While the list of Downtown San Diego karaoke bars is seemingly endless, these four popular bars should provide you with a good start. Practice warming up those pipes now and book your affordable Downtown San Diego hotel room so that you’re in the middle of all the action. At Marina Inn & Suites you can get the convenience of being located just 1.5 miles from the Gaslamp Quarter and 1 block from the San Diego Bay at an extremely affordable price without giving up your favorite amenities. We provide all of our hotel guests with a complimentary breakfast, free parking, free WiFi and premium in-room cable television.

For information about our available savings and discounts or to reserve a room, call our reservations hotline at 1-800-571-2933. Also be sure to follow us on Facebook for exclusive specials, San Diego travel tips and upcoming events.

Traveling to San Diego with Toddlers

Activities for Toddlers in San Diego

If you’re a first time parent, traveling with your toddler may seem like a challenging and somewhat daunting task. Fortunately, there are many vacation destinations that are great for families with toddlers, San Diego being one of the best. Although popularly praised for its active nightlife scene, America’s Finest City offers a variety of new experiences for little ones that will provide endless discovery and delight.

If you haven’t yet made reservations for your family vacation, start by booking a room or suite at the Marina Inn, a family friendly and affordable hotel in downtown San Diego. Then, check out our top picks for mom-approved activities that are great for toddlers to complete your vacation itinerary.

Lions, and Tigers, and Bears, Oh My!

The San Diego Zoo is located in the heart of downtown San Diego and offers plenty of space for your toddler to roam and meet new friends. This zoo is world-renowned with more than 4,000 animals in 9 distinct habitats. Although it seems like a lot of walking around, there is a bus and an aerial tram where you can catch a glimpse of zebras, lions, and giraffes without having to exert too much energy. With numerous playgrounds and play areas, movie theaters, live shows and a carousel, there are plenty of activities for your toddler to enjoy. If you’re on a budget this vacation, know that kids under 3 are admitted into the park free of charge and there are a few options for quality, yet cheap San Diego Zoo hotels that will help keep you and your wallet happy.

Under the Sea

Your toddler will have plenty of space to explore what marine life’s all about at SeaWorld in San Diego. Before heading out for a full day of fun, be sure to grab breakfast at your affordable SeaWorld San Diego hotel or outside of the park. This will help ensure your little one has all the energy he or she needs for a full day at the park. Your toddler will delight in watching the dolphins play and perform tricks, and even has the opportunity to get up close and personal with the penguins at the park. SeaWorld also has a section of the park devoted just to younger visitors and your toddler can meet, greet and have their photo taken with their favorite Sesame Street characters. And for a bit of fun, don’t forget to stop and check out the rides including Elmo’s Flying Fish or Oscar’s Rocking Eel.

Touching Allowed

The New Children’s Museum is a hands-on museum for children to touch and discover the world around them. The exhibits have been created with younger visitors in mind, making for a stimulating yet fun activity that isn’t offered at many attractions. If you’re visiting on a Friday, be sure to stop by in the morning because the museum offers a fun weekly activity that is geared towards toddlers. After participating in the day’s arts and crafts and the weather is nice (which it almost always is in San Diego), check out the bubble fountain in the outdoor area. Here you and your little one can select from a variety of bubble wands, creating bubbles of all shapes and sizes and can also chase some of the larger ones around.

With the proper planning, your first vacation with your toddler can be an experience that the entire family will enjoy. While planning is important, also be flexible with your schedule, allowing extra time at lunch to eat or pushing your itinerary for a much needed mid-day nap. For more tips for visiting San Diego with the family, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter!

Spring Fest in San Marcos Promises a Day of Family Fun

Spring Fest 2014

Spring to your feet because Spring Fest in San Marcos, CA is coming back this Saturday. For over 30 years San Marcos has dedicated an entire street to provide a place for free family fun every spring. Up to 20,000 people are expected to swarm Via Vera Cruz as booths begin to set up shop between San Marcos Blvd. and Grand Ave. at 9 am. Bring your family to experience over 250 food, art and craft vendors that will be open until 5pm.

Here are some of the other things you can expect at the San Marcos Spring Fest:

  • Fun and games for the kids
  • A beer garden for the 21+ crowd
  • Special Dog Dayz pet event
  • Military Displays
  • Live entertainment
  • Shopping

When you’re planning out your family vacation to San Diego it’s important to find fun all-day events that everyone will enjoy. This action-packed, money-saving street fair should certainly do the trick. With weather expected to be in the low 70s all day you won’t want to waste any time in your family-friendly San Diego hotel room.  If you reserved a room at Marina Inn & Suites in San Diego, you can fill up on your free hotel breakfast before heading out to enjoy the San Diego sunshine in San Marcos.

Marina Inn and Suites is a cheap Little Italy hotel conveniently located near the 5 freeway and the Santa Fe Depot Coaster Station, allowing you quick and easy access to all of the city’s major attractions. Within 6 minutes driving distance from our hotel you can reach the Gaslamp Quarter, Balboa Park and the San Diego Zoo.

Don’t feel like driving to San Marcos? Head to the Santa Fe Depot and hop on the Coaster towards Oceanside for a scenic ocean view ride.  Get off at the Oceanside Transit Center and then take a Sprinter train towards Escondido, getting off at Palomar College Station. From here you can choose to walk the 1.5 miles to Via Vera Cruz or flag down one of the many taxis that will be waiting at the station.

Call Marina Inn at 1-800-571-2933 to discover how much money we can save you just for booking in advance. Bundle and buy our Park & Flight package if you’re traveling out of the nearby San Diego airport to save even more money.

To stay up to date on San Diego events, news and Marina Inn hotel specials, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Activities for Spending 1 Day in Coronado

Coronado Day Planning


If you are planning to visit San Diego, you undoubtedly want to spend some time in Coronado. Don’t allow your limited resources to prevent you from experiencing this luxurious and beautiful manmade island. If you plan your visit right, you can enjoy virtually everything that Coronado has to offer within a short period of time, all while staying within your budget. Here are some ideas on what you can see and do on Coronado Island in one day:

  1. Any itinerary should begin at the Coronado Visitor’s Center. Inside, you will find plenty of information on the island’s sights and attractions.  Pick up a map, a list of events and ask about the best modes of transportation.
  2. Coronado Beach is one of the must-see places during your day trip. This beach was voted the #1 beach in the U.S. in 2012 and for good reason. When you combine Coronado’s almost perfect weather with expansive beach space and a scenic backdrop, you’ll see why this beach consistently draws in tourists and locals alike.  It is renowned for being not only one of the best beaches to stay near in San Diego, but it is undoubtedly one of the best spots in the country for surfing and sunbathing.
  3. The Segway of Coronado is also something fun to experience. The tour guides will help you learn how to ride a motorized Segway as you are guided through a stunning sightseeing tour of the city. This is an excellent way to see some of the city’s top attractions in a short period of time. Fly by Glorietta Bay and this historic boat house and wind up at Ferry Landing for a photo op with the Coronado Bridge.
  4. Coronado is also known for its high quality arts venues. The island is home to theaters such as the Lamb’s Players Theater, the Coronado Playhouse, and the Village Theater. However, art galleries offer another great reason to spend a day in Coronado. The Dan McGeorge Gallery features stunning photographic art that can’t be seen anywhere else. If you love photography, make sure to put it on your itinerary.
  5. The Vietnam Memorial Monument is a beautiful tribute worth seeingthat commemorates local Navy and Coast Guard members who were killed in action. Coronado Island has strong ties to the U.S. military and currently has two military bases that call this beautiful city home: Naval Air Station North Island and Naval Amphibious Base Coronado. If you’re interested in learning more about San Diego’s military history, head over to the San Diego Marine Core Recruit Depot museum near Old Town San Diego.
  6. Coronado is also famous for its delicious restaurants. The Burger Lounge features a huge, mouth-watering array of choices. It’s the perfect place to stop by for a quick bite. Miguel’s Cocina is a great option for anyone who loves Mexican food. Peohe’s and Brigantine both serve sizzling seafood for lunch and dinner. Leroy’s Kitchen and Lounge is an enticing nightlife option.

As long as you plan out your time and your finances you can enjoy everything that Coronado Island has to offer in one day. Try picking one “splurge item” and then save money on all the rest. Definitely don’t book your hotel stay in Coronado as it will certainly be lavishly overpriced. Instead book an affordable San Diego hotel room at Marina Inn, located less than 5 miles away. You can get to Coronado Island from our hotel by enjoying a bayside walk, taking a quick taxi or you can easily hop on the trolley’s Green Line to the 12th& Imperial Exit and then the 901 transit bus toward Iris.

Book your hotel room today and you could save up to 12%! Call us at 1-800-571-2933 and be sure to ask about our available discounts and special rates.

Last Minute Cheap Hotels for San Diego Travel & Adventure Show

San Diego Travel and Adventure Show Hotels

Are you looking for cheap San Diego hotels near the San Diego Convention Center for the upcoming Travel & Adventure Show? You’ve come to the right place. The Marina Inn & Suites is an affordable hotel located in downtown San Diego, within minutes of both the San Diego Airport and the San Diego Convention Center. Our close proximity to everything a conventioneer would ever want or need makes us a great option for those looking for a home base during their trip. Other benefits of our hotel include but are not limited to:

  • Free parking (a necessity in downtown San Diego where fees can reach up to $30 a day)
  • Complimentary wireless internet and premium cable television including HBO and ESPN
  • Incoming fax service for business and personal use
  • Daily continental breakfast at no additional charge for a quick bite to go
  • In-room amenities including a microwave, refrigerator, iron, laptop size safe and AC

If you’re attending the San Diego Travel & Adventure Show, you’re likely one who likes to try new things. While the exhibition gives you ample opportunities to discover authentic travel experiences around the globe, here are a few new adventure filled destinations that you can enjoy near our San Diego Travel & Adventure Show hotel:

  • Gaslamp Quarter – Be sure to check out the Gaslamp Quarter for exciting nightlife and ample options for shopping and dining. Conventioneers should also take advantage of the handful of shops restaurants in, and nearby the Gaslamp Quarter, that offer discounted meals and even free items when a valid Convention Center badge is shown upon arrival.
  • Little Italy – The Taste of Travel Stage will be highlighting local, regional and world cuisines and is one of the most highly anticipated showcases at the 2014 show. If you aren’t able to attend the cooking demonstration of your choice, fear not as neighboring Little Italy can offer you a taste of authentic Italian pastries, pastas, pizzas and more.
  • Balboa Park – After a day of being inside, spend some time outdoors soaking up the beautiful San Diego sunshine and head to Balboa Park. This more than 100 acre park nestled in the heart of the city offers winding pathways to explore and stunning gardens with flora and fauna from around the world. And if you’re up for a bit of educational fun, stop by one of the dozen museums found on the park’s grounds.

For more information about where to stay, play, eat and explore, contact the Marina Inn & Suites at 1-800-571-2933 and speak with a Reservation Manager directly. Don’t forget to ask about our current hotel specials, which have helped us earn the reputation of being one of the best valued San Diego Travel & Adventure hotels. Don’t worry if it’s last minute, we’ll do our best to help you find a room or suite to match your travel needs and preferences.

Check Out San Diego Zoo Play Days 2014

San Diego Zoo Play Days

Spending the day at the San Diego Zoo can be a great way to have fun with your family while also educating your kids. While the zoo can be a budget buster without proper planning, one zoo event, the San Diego Zoo Play Days, will be taking place over the next few weeks and will help you get the most out of your trip to the zoo. The Marina Inn, a preferred cheap hotel in downtown San Diego, offers information about the Play Days and how you can save additional dollars when attending!

The San Diego Play Days event runs from March 29-April 20, 2014 and provides visitors with extra activities they wouldn’t normally get to enjoy. With the regular price of admission, you get to participate in special events such as:

  • Exclusive Keeper Talks where the zoo caretakers answer questions and talk about the unique animals and plants they care for
  • Expert Meetings based on specific animal behavior topics
  • Digital Easter Egg Hunt where you use the camera feature on your smartphone for a chance to win backstage zoo passes for additional exploration and fun
  • A visit with the Easter Bunny where families can take pictures

Special events such as these give you more bang for your buck since you’re not only getting to enjoy the animals you would normally see, but are also able to take advantage of additional activities for no additional cost.

Another way during the San Diego Zoo Play Days is to bring your meals with you! Spending money on food and snacks throughout the day is a huge expense and can be a budget buster for any size family. Save those dollars for souvenirs or special attractions by bringing food with you to enjoy. Though coolers aren’t allowed in the park, you are allowed to bring food with you in backpacks or purses. Items to consider packing for the day include water, granola bars, cookies, crackers, and sandwiches that don’t require refrigeration. You also have the option of bringing a cooler to leave in the car and enjoying your meal just outside the zoo at their picnic area. Since paid ticket holders are able to get their hands stamped for re-entry, taking a break to eat lunch outside the zoo won’t keep you from enjoying the rest of your day.

Spending a day at the zoo can be both fun and inexpensive if you take advantage of the tips above. For more information about affordable accommodations near the San Diego Zoo for Play Days 2014, contact the Marina Inn & Suites. We are a San Diego hotel offering discounted prices on our clean and spacious rooms and suites. Call a Reservation Manager at 1-800-571-2933 for summer availability and don’t forget to ask about our current promotions for additional savings.

Spring Break for Budget San Diego Travelers

 Cheap Spring Break Hotels San Diego

San Diego is one of the most popular Spring Break destinations in the country. The hot Southern California sunshine looks down upon more than 70 miles of sand and shoreline in one of the most picturesque settings in the entire world. San Diego is well known as a laid back surf community with a relaxed atmosphere and lively nightlife. Don’t fret if you’re a college student without a lot of expendable income. Yes, it’s easy to blow all of your money at the many upscale nightclubs, but it’s just as easy to find fabulous budget-friendly options. After all, lying on the beach doesn’t cost a penny. Here are a few tips for the budget conscience traveler in San Diego.

  1. All of the San Diego’s beaches are free to the public for swimming, sunbathing, or just hanging out. Mission Beach is the most famous and the most populated among college-aged adults especially during Spring Break. Mission Beach also has a bustling boardwalk with a variety of shopping, bars, and restaurants. Visit the Lahaina Beach House for a couple of cheap Coronas on their oceanfront patio.
  2. The historic Gaslamp Quarter is the heart of San Diego’s lively nightlife scene. This 16-square block area offers a diverse array of shopping, restaurants, nightclubs, and cultural activities. Many of the local restaurants here offer a happy hour menu, and serve up fabulous food and drink for just a few dollars. Locals love the Broken Yolk for breakfast and you can easily access coupons online and in the local papers. Another cheap option is the Tin Fish Ale House right next to the San Diego Convention Center where you can order fish tacos, clam chowder and crab cakes for under $5! For more information on the San Diego Convention Center, including nearby restaurants and cheap hotels, click here.
  3. San Diego offers a wealth of natural beauty which is inspiring to behold and free for the taking. Watch the sunset over La Jolla Cove, play Frisbee on the grassy shores of Mission Bay Park, or explore the tide pools in Point Loma.
  4. Balboa Park is the largest urban cultural park in the country. This expansive park includes 15 museums, the San Diego Zoo, ample recreational activities and sprawling historic gardens. Stop in the visitor center for discounted tickets, and take advantage of the daily, free concerts. Book a cheap hotel room near the San Diego Zoo at Marina Inn to get 15% off your hotel stay when you purchase discounted Zoo tickets at the front desk!

Come to this beautiful city to relax by day and play by night. Check out all San Diego has to offer as a premier Spring Break destination and we promise you won’t be disappointed. To save even more money during your San Diego Spring Break vacation, don’t forget to book a cheap downtown San Diego hotel room at Marina Inn, located near both the beach and the thriving Gaslamp Quarter nightlife scene.

Call 1-800-571-2933 to reserve a room today and be sure to follow us on Facebook & Twitter for exclusive discounts and insider traveling tips.

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