Friday, June 23, 2017

Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Downtown

How many rooms are in the hotel?
The hotel boasts 230 rooms and 15 suites.

Does the hotel offer parking?
The hotel offers valet parking for $45.00 per day.

Does the hotel offer WiFi?
Yes. Complimentary WiFi is available throughout the hotel.

Can I reserve a smoking room?
No. This hotel is smoke-free.

Is the hotel pet-friendly?
No. Pets are not permitted.

Can I request a crib and/or rollaway bed?
Yes. Rollaway beds are available for $15 per room daily and portable cribs are offered complimentary.

Will my room include an in-room safe?
Yes.

Will my room have a microwave or a mini-fridge?
Yes. Rooms come with microwaves and mini-fridges.

Does the hotel offer a complimentary continental breakfast?
No. Breakfast is available for a surcharge of approximately $14 per person.

Does the hotel provide an airport shuttle service?
No.

Are accessible rooms available?
Yes, upon request.

Quality Inn & Suites Oceanside

What is the minimum check-in age?
Guests must be at least 21 years of age to check-in.

Does the hotel offer a continental breakfast?
Yes. Guests can enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast each morning.

Can I request a rollaway bed and/or crib?
No. Extra beds are not available at this hotel.

Can I request a smoking room?
No. All rooms are non-smoking.

Is parking available onsite?
Yes. The hotel features plenty of self-parking onsite.

Night Crime Tours ID 5865

Is this tour appropriate for all ages?
No. Guests must be 21 years of age or older to join the tour.

Are drinks included in the tour price?
No. The tour stops at two historic bars. Drink prices are not included in your tour admission.

How long is the tour?
The tour takes approximately 2.5 hours.

Where does the tour begin?
The tour boards outside of 163 E. Pearson. (SE corner of Pearson and Michigan Ave). Look for black Windy City Limousine bus with yellow Chicago Crime Tours tape.

Is parking available?
Paid parking is available nearby. Water Tower Place parking is accessible from Chestnut St. Standard rates apply.

Is the tour wheelchair accessible?
Please make note of your special needs or requests when reserving your spot on the tour. The bus has 6-7 steps and storage for folding wheelchairs and strollers. Some stops include stairs.

Are there restrooms on the bus?
No.

Can I record the tour?
No. Any audio/video recording is strictly prohibited. Guests may take photographs during the tour.

City Club Hotel 5959

How many rooms are at the hotel?
This boutique NYC hotel has 65 rooms across 9 stories.

Does the hotel offer WiFi?
Yes. Guests may access the Internet free of charge throughout the hotel.

Will my room include an in-room safe?
Yes.

Will my guestroom include a microwave and/or mini-fridge?
No. Guestrooms include mini-bars stocked with alcoholic beverages and soft drinks.

Does the hotel have an onsite restaurant?
Yes. Guests may dine at DB Bistro Moderne by world-renowned chef, Daniel Boulud. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and provides room service for hotel guests.

Is parking available?
The hotel offers self-parking for a $41 per day fee. Parking fees may vary and are subject to change.

Can I request a rollaway bed and/or crib?
Rollaway beds and cribs are not available.

Does the hotel offer an airport shuttle?
No.

Can I reserve a smoking room?
No. This is a smoke-free hotel property.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

The Dead of Night Ghost Tour id 5964

What is a ghost tour?
Your tour guide will tell ghost stories, while walking you through town, in the dark night, by candlelight. You will hear of ghostly encounters which have been thoroughly researched and documented. Stories have been reported by security officers, employees and residents of the town.

Do we get to go inside the buildings?
Since we conduct our tours in the historic area of Williamsburg, no ghost tours are allowed to enter these 18th-century buildings. You may walk up to the buildings, however, once the tour is over. Tickets to Colonial Williamsburg may be purchased for entrance to many of the buildings, during the day, but are not needed to attend one of our ghost or witch tours.

What happens in the case of rain?
If it rains, tours will still be conducted. Bring an umbrella or rain jacket!

Are restrooms available throughout the tour?
Restrooms are available, though generally not along our tour route. They are easily accessible a short distance away, however, so you may walk to one, if need be.

Is the tour suitable for children?
Yes. Tours are family-friendly.

What happens if I show up late?
If you arrive late, you will miss the tour. Tours depart promptly at their scheduled time.

Can I bring my dog on the tour?
Dogs are welcome on the tours. Please see that your dog is friendly, on a leash, and please be sure to bring the appropriate supplies to clean up any messes.

Are the tours wheelchair accessible?
Yes.

Can I take notes on the tour?
Due to the tour being copyrighted, note taking is strictly prohibited during the tour.

Can I videotape the tour?
No. This is also strictly prohibited for copyright reasons.

Can I bring a camera?
Yes. Photography is permitted on the tour.

Can I bring food or drinks on the tour?
Yes, so long as all beverages are non-alcoholic.

Can I smoke on the tour?
No. The tours are smoke-free.


Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises ID 5956

When does boarding begin?
Passengers begin boarding the cruise 30 minutes prior to the scheduled tour departure.

When should I arrive for my cruise?
It is recommended that passengers arrive a minimum of 45 minutes prior to the scheduled cruise time.

Where do cruises depart from?
All cruises depart from Circle Line Pier.

What kind of concessions can I purchase onboard?
Our standard concession items include hot dogs, pretzels, nachos, an assortment of fresh sandwiches and salads, assorted breakfast items (during morning cruises), coffee/tea/soda and a full bar.

Are the cruises appropriate for children of all ages?
Yes. Parents are responsible for their children throughout the duration of the cruise. Children must be accompanied by their parents at all times during the sightseeing cruise.

How close will the boat get to the Statue of Liberty?
All of the cruises sail within 100 ft. of the statues to give passengers an amazing view.

How long is the cruise?
Tour durations vary by cruise type:

  • Best of NYC Cruise - 2.5 hours
  • Landmarks Cruise - 1.5 hours
  • Harbor Lights Cruise - 2 hours
  • Liberty Cruise - 1 hour
  • Landmarks and Brooklyn Cruise - 2 hours
  • The Beast - 30 minutes

What should I bring on my cruise?
It is recommended that passengers bring a camera, sunglasses, a hat, a light jacket, and extra cash on the cruises.



Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Maritime Museum of San Diego

What are the hours of operation?
Summer hours for the museum are 9:00 am to 9:00 pm. After Labor Day, hours of operation are from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm.

Hours of operation are subject to change and may vary with special events.

Is museum parking available onsite? 
No. However, there are multiple parking spaces and lots located around the museum:

Metered Port Parking Spaces:
The lot directly in front of the Maritime Museum has Port of San Diego metered spaces. They are enforced 10:00 am – 8:00 pm from Monday – Sunday and are good for up to 3 hours. Port does routinely check if a car has been parked for longer than 3 hours and will ticket. The 3-hour time limit applies to Sundays on Port parking. These spaces are not available during some special events and during Festival of Sail.

Day Lots:
There are also several day lots (pay to park) within a few blocks of the museum including:
County garage across the street holds about 257 cars, pricing varies $10~$20 per car.
The Midway lot is open to the public.
Take the trolley. Trolley stations have lots at El Cajon, Amaya, Grossmont, Qualcom, Mission Valley, Fashion Valley and Old Town.

Is the museum appropriate for all ages?
Yes.

What exhibits are at the museum?
While the museum does include traveling and rotating exhibits, exhibits include:

  • Swift Boats At War In Vietnam
  • Steering Small
  • Charting The Sea
  • Age of Sail
  • Age Of Steam
  • Harvesting The Ocean
  • San Diego's Navy
  • To The Brink Of War
  • And more