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April 15, 2013

I just got back from Charleston and Myrtle Beach when I saw headlines in the newspaper: 5 free things to do in Charleston, S.C....

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msamerica101

Apr-18-13 8:39 AM

I am wondering if they had the prices on the menu before you ordered dinner? Most restaurants do. You should be happy you are able to afford to take a vacation. I have not had one in about 10 years. I do not understand the point of this letter.

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andy33

Apr-18-13 8:01 AM

Gimme a break...you are such a slick guy, I can't imagine you being "taken"...!!!!

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cheyenne

Apr-15-13 9:33 PM

I assume you knew the price of the suite beforehand, and now you complain about it? Did someone force you to take this trip and stay there?

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Alsever

Apr-15-13 10:36 AM

Check out prices of Hotels in Wmpt on Trip Advisor--$180 a night for a room in Wmpt?

And to think that I complained last year when my favorite beach front hotel in Guatemala raised their price from $5 a night to $7.

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ToTEXASfromPA

Apr-15-13 6:34 AM

$600 a night for a suite!

I would have stayed in the suburbs for less and then drive in.

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eriklatranyi

Apr-15-13 6:29 AM

If a city becomes a tourist hot-spot, prices increase.

Those who do not like the price increases, due to the gas industry coming here, would be equally dismayed if Williamsport become a more attractive tourist destination.

There's no such thing as a free lunch!

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MrShaman

Apr-15-13 5:48 AM

"I breathed the air for free, we walked the streets for free, we saw some sights and talked to people for free, and we drove in and out of the city for free. Not a bad deal!" - Alan Cohick

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I'd assume MOST people (who can afford to drop 100-buck$, for one meal) would appreciate "all" those other things that are free.

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CaymanJim

Apr-15-13 1:55 AM

Caveat emptor. The old saying, "if it sounds too good to be true, it probably isn't", applies here.

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