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Carlisle Courtyard by Marriott room reservations:  I'll be posting a weekly room reservation list

14 rooms to date ~  

Arseurau, Ascherman, Carley, Duckworth, Erickson, Gallo, Greig, Holden, McKelvey, Merklin, Mossberg, Mullis, Stroud, Thiboduea

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2020 Carlisle Courtyard  hotel reservations:   717 300 7026   Charity Shreffler 
I have contracted room block for our Speedster Owners Group 40 rooms per night for: Thursday May 14, Friday May 15 and Saturday May 16th. You may also elect to arrive one day early Wednesday May 13th as some of the regulars do. This is a casual social day with no scheduled activities.

The room rate is $132.00 per night plus applicable taxes. You are encouraged to book your asap as there are a number of area events taking place the same weekend. Area hotels sell out quickly.
On Thursday night we will have the BBQ buffet as we did last year, the cost will automatically added to your Thursday night room folio there is nothing for you to do..... Additional details to follow shortly.
 Reservations:  To maintain an accurate room count we have a special reservation number , please call direct to Charity Shreffler at 717 300 7026.  Monday through Friday  8 - 4 . Be sure to mention Speedster Owners Group.  
 
Please do not call the hotel front desk, email, or use the 800 reservation number. This 717 300 7026 number allows for an accurate head count for the Thursday BBQ. 
    
Courtyard by Marriott                                                                                                              
503 Newburg Road  
Shippensburg, PA 17257 
        
The Hotel is located one mile west of  Interstate 81 exit 29 Shippensburg
Group Name: Speedster Owners.                                                                                            May 14,15,16   2020          Rate : $132.00 per night
Check in is 3:00 pm & Check out is 12:00 noon.
 

Room cancellation policy: Must cancel 24 hours prior to scheduled 12 (Midnight) the day prior to arrival cancellation policy. Any reservation not canceled in accordance with reservation policies will be subject to a cancellation fee of one night’s room and tax.

 

 

 

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Lane Anderson posted:

WOW, that was easy!   I called and got her voice mail, so I left my name and dates.  A short while later I get an email confirming the reservation.  Done!

I plan for a Wednesday arrival again.  See y'all there!

Yup I streamlined everything for the hotel with more to come in the next few days ~

 

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Carlisle - Courtyard by Marriott Breakfasts & Dinners !  

Thursday 2:00 - 5:00PM Hotel Welcome w/ Cookies, Brownies and Lemonade. 

Thursday 6:30 - 8:30PM:  BBQ Buffet consisting of BBQ Pulled pork, Boneless BBQ chicken, Italian sausage w/ onions and peppers. House salad, BBQ Baked beans, Baked mac n cheese, Potato salad, Rolls, Cookies, Ice tea and Lemonade.  $23.88 pp incl tax and tip . This will automatically be charged to your room.

Friday: FREE Buffet Breakfast 6:00 - 9:00 AM w/ Seasonal fresh cut fruit, Assorted muffins, Sliced bagels w/ cream cheese, butter, fruit preserves, Scrambled eggs, Breakfast potatoes & Bacon. Chilled fruit juices, freshly brewed Starbucks coffee also regular and decaf.

Friday PM we will pitch in and order in a large pizza order as we did last year or you can head out to local eatery's. 

Saturday 6:30 - 11:00 AM:  FREE Breakfast " E coupon " that you present to the Hotel's Bistro for your selection choices.

Saturday 6:30PM - 10:00PM  Catered Dinner Buffet by the Courtyard by Marriott.  Chicken Carbonara, Lasagna, Rolls, House salad, Green beans almandine, Steamed vegetables, Assorted deserts, Ice tea & Coffee.                    $31.44 pp includes tax and tip will automatically be charged to your room. 

Sunday: FREE Breakfast Buffet: 6:30 - 11:00 AM  w/ Seasonal fresh cut fruit, Assorted muffins, Sliced Bagels w/ cream cheese, butter, fruit preserves, Scrambled eggs, Breakfast potatoes & Bacon. Chilled fruit juices, freshly brewed Starbucks coffee also regular and decaf.

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Bob: IM S6 posted:
Chris MacDonald posted:

Canadian is such a wonderful language. I don't speak it but it sounds magical

It's basically English, with an influence of Scottish, Irish, and French, and a touch of American.  At least, in most of the country.  

In Quebec, and other regions, it's French, with an influence of Scottish, Irish, and English, and a touch of American.

Tell 'm about Newfoundland then....

Is Newfoundland like Cape Breton?  
When we were on Cape Breton it took us a while to figure out that they were actually speaking English, heavily influenced by Scottish, Irish and French.  

I think, though, that the locals made up a lot of words (or went to Gaelic) just to confuse us tourists.  

I gotta say, though, the local Celtic music on Cape Breton is outstanding.

Newfoundlanders speak English, but with a number of different dialects, depending on where they come from in the province.  There are 'townies', who you can pretty well understand, and 'bay boys' (pronounced bay bys) who you might not be able to understand.  We lived and worked there for two years, and my wife (who taught nursing at the university), developed the ability to discern what outport or bay her students came from.  Most of my students were townies, so I never had the pleasure.

We never had any difficulty understanding them or being understood, and it was a great two years.  They do have a few unique expressions, though.  But that's another story...

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Al Gallo posted:

I love the idea of having meals at the hotel. Taking a ride in a speedster in the dark and rain is not my idea of a relaxing way to end the evening. More time to chat and a raffle that isn't rushed.

Thanks , Alan, (and all) this stuff doesn't just "happen" .

Lol, Al you made me laugh we are getting "old eyes"  

IaM-Ray posted:
Al Gallo posted:

I love the idea of having meals at the hotel. Taking a ride in a speedster in the dark and rain is not my idea of a relaxing way to end the evening. More time to chat and a raffle that isn't rushed.

Thanks , Alan, (and all) this stuff doesn't just "happen" .

Lol, Al you made me laugh we are getting "old eyes"  

What?  You mean everybody else isn't driving with their high beams on? 

Showfield tent, tables and folding chairs are ordered.

Aside from the many entertaining activities on the showfield itself—which include auto-crossing and a "low car limbo" which Spyders tend to win when entered—I will be supplying two self-guided twisty-road/scenic overlook/winery/covered bridge/pub/lunch tours for our members to drive solo or in groups at their own leisure.

Both are about 100 miles and will take 2-3 hours of drive time on nice roads.

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