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Old 03-23-2006, 07:57 PM   #21
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Each Hotel/Motel we stayed at, if they allowed dogs, charged extra, one charged $150 extra, regardless of how many nights you stayed..
Wow. We must stay at different motels. Most Motel 6's allow 1 dog per room at
no charge. Officially it has to be a fairly small dog, but if it looks quiet and well
behaved they have let much larger dogs stay. My experiences have been in
the SouthWest, however.
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Re: Travelling in Florida with your Dog???
Old 03-24-2006, 10:00 AM   #22
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Nords, that is what we thoufght and in spite of all coomon sense after being dog free for 5 years, we bought again.
Absolutely. No. Freakin. Way.

Spouse, however, is free to do whatever she wants after I go to my great reward!
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