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Old 08-03-2007, 04:46 PM   #1
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Old 08-03-2007, 05:07 PM   #2
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Old 08-03-2007, 07:57 PM   #3
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I like that!

However, I was hoping for this kind of RV Motel:

Campers! Set up your RV in a grassy, treed site right next to your own luxury private Bath-n-Laundry ™!

Your Private Room includes unlimited hot water for your full-size bathtub with relaxing jet whirlpools, a huge shower stocked with necessities, a bathroom sink with lighted mirrors, and a kitchen sink complete with built-in drain board and unscented dish detergent.

Behind a odour-resistant real wood door is your fan-controlled comfortable low-flush toilet room, connected to city sewer. It comes equipped with a Readers Lamp and a large quantity of Readers Digest (Regular and Large Print) with extra pillowy TP.

You'll be be pleased by lots of Fluffy Towels that are dry and soft.

In a large walk-in closet, your own private laundry room has a high-speed large-capacity washer, dryer, and that elusive commodity: a place to "lie flat to dry." It includes hangars that are not aggravating to handle, as well as a real ironing board and iron (if you are so inclined, or have a in-law visit coming up). No coins required, it is included in your room rate.

Not included, as you do not need it: a place to sleep, a way to cook. Just step outside your Luxury Bath-n-Laundry in your clean bare feet on warm sweet grass, just a few steps to your Fibreglass RV, for these activities.

Luxury Bath-n-Laundry Rooms are available across your state, province, or country, in convenient places you want to go or have been already and wished for them. Rates are: 4 hours, $30, 8 hours $50, 12 hours $90 (that's two baths each!) and you don't have to sleep in a hotel.

Or something like that.
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Or something like that.
San Diego's Campland on the Bay has "something like that."
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Campland on the Bay boasts a very special campsite that is completely private! The Supersite is a fully enclosed campsite with many features and the best view of the bay. One of the primary features of the Supersite is the privacy it affords the occupants. The six foot fence and lockable entry makes for a relaxing stay. With it's own gas grill, lawn furniture, and drought resistant landscaping, the Supersite was designed with both guests and environment in mind.

The site steps into the realm of luxury with its other private features; a whirlpool spa, a full size washer and dryer, and a phone line. Both left and right hook-ups are available in order to accommodate any recreational vehicle. The guests are then left uninterrupted to enjoy their vacation. With its many features, the Supersite rivals the Honeymoon Suites of many luxury hotels and is targeted to travelers who think that "roughing it" is not prerequisite to fun camping.
[b]$250.00 to $444.00 per DAY
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You would think at THAT price it would at last be a pull through! (With Cabana boys!)
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At first blush it might seem silly and overblown, but I think it is really an excellent idea.

Imagine such a place with beautiful landscaping, attentive staff (if you want then to be), and total privacy in each well-designed site. Each site could have a different them. A Japanese site with wooden bath house, complete with ofuro. A mountain site complete with a trilling brook and fragrant evergreens. A South Seas site with appropriate vegetation. In addition to a cleverly disguised laundry room and fully luxurious bathroom, each site would have its own small swimming pool, done up in the style and manner of the site's main theme. Modern directional sound techniques could be used to blank out intrusive outside sounds and create a soothing cocoon of site-appropriate ambient sound.

Campers could look forward to stopping here somewhere along their "traditional" camping adventure, for a bit of a cleanup and a nice soak in tasteful luxury. $200 to $300 night sounds about right. (Cabana boys extra.)

Any investors?
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At first blush it might seem silly and overblown, but I think it is really an excellent idea.
Well, Campland on the Bay is a large RV park. They have only [b]ONE "supersite".

The Titanic made more money off of steerage than they did from 1st class.
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I wonder if it was made by the same outfit that made THIS TRAILER.
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Well, Campland on the Bay is a large RV park. They have only [b]ONE "supersite".

The Titanic made more money off of steerage than they did from 1st class.
There are always takers for premium goods. But premium buyers want the cachet. That's why steerage and first class on the Titanic were on a "never the twain shall meet" basis. (Except at the life jacket lockers.)
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Campland By the Bay NEEDS the locked gate and fencing. For EVERY site! Everything you leave out has already been stolen... it may just not have moved away yet! That was my patrol beat when I worked for SDPD (ok, it was a looong time ago... in the mid-1980's) and I was always less than excited about the kinds of criminal activities we were called to investigate there. Hopefully Pacific Beach has changed for the better in the past twenty years!

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