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Old January 26th, 2001, 11:00 AM   #1
Magic Mtn Dan aka "MMD"
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West Coast Boxsterfest update (make your room reservations now)!

The event is two months away, but already our group has booked 19 of the 32 rooms allotted to us at the Fogcatcher Inn.

We've got 38 people and 19 Boxsters coming so far. But that's not counting:

* Kurt & Laura
* Ren & ?
* Robert Grant
* Jamey Rawlings
* Jackie
* Caroline Sun
* Tom D (in Fremont)

So, if you plan on going and haven't made reservations yet, you may want to think about it soon!

IF YOU HAVE MADE YOUR HOTEL RESERVATIONS AND HAVEN'T YET TOLD ME YOU'RE COMING PLEASE E-MAIL ME! I NEED THE NAMES OF ALL ATTENDEES SO I CAN MAKE HEARST CASTLE RESERVATIONS AS WELL AS LUNCH AND DINNER PLANS.
It's time to make your room reservations for the West Coast Boxsterfest! *

1. *Event Overview:
Friday, March 30th - Sunday, April 1st
Central Coast of California (Cambria, CA area)
Friday: *caravans to the Central California Coast & group dinner/socializing
Saturday: *group breakfast, Hearst Castle tours, an afternoon drive and big dinner/socializing
Sunday: *group breakfast, group drive and/or local sight-seeing/shopping

2. *About the area: *The Central Coast of California is some of the most picturesque coastline anywhere in the world. *If you haven't been there this will be a great opportunity to see it. *If you have been there I know you'll want to see it again this time with the top down while driving with other Boxsters. *Plus we're going to visit and tour Hearst Castle - an incredible place to see!

"Where the pines meet the sea," a phrase often heard in reference to Cambria, but also very true - since this is the area where beautiful coastal pine forests begin to appear on the rolling hills of the central coast. The trees and the wonderful Mediterranean climate lend a quiet and serene ambiance to the area. Relaxed strolls through the village or on the beaches are a highlight for visitors to Cambria. *People travel from all over the world to experience Hearst Castle State Historic Landmark, a phenomenal monument to excess built over a twenty year period by publishing magnate William Randolph Hearst.

3. *Where we're staying: *Based on suggestions and information gathered, we're going to stay in the Moonstone Beach area. *It offers an oceanfront setting, prime location as well as good accommodations and the availability that we need. *We've selected The FogCatcher Inn as our primary hotel and they've blocked off 32 rooms for us. *We want to fill up all of these rooms and get as many people as possible in one facility - it will be more fun and it will make the group events easier to manage.

4. *About the property: *The FogCatcher Inn has fireplaces in every room, offers a deluxe continental breakfast and they'll allow us to use their breakfast room in the afternoon/evening as a gathering place. *The charm of of this quaint English village style inn is accented by lovely gardens and cozy benches. Listen to the surf just footsteps away. *Basic amenities for each room include a refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker and television.

You need to make your own reservations. *Room choices will become limited so you're your reservations EARLY. *When making reservations YOU NEED TO MENTION THAT YOU'RE WITH THE BABBLERS! *Your choice of rooms (some have King beds and some have one or two Queen beds)include:
Full Ocean View $180/night
Partial Ocean View $155/night
Garden View $130/night
Two-night stay is required

We have 32 rooms blocked off for our use. *If we need additional rooms we have two other places to choose from (below). *Here's the FogCatcher Inn info:

FogCatcher Inn
6400 Moonstone Beach Drive, Cambria, CA 93428 *
Phone: (800) 425-4121
http://www.fogcatcherinn.com/* *
E-mail: info@fogcatcherinn.com* *

Once this location is full (or if you want to stay only one night), we another location:

Cambria Landing Inn
6530 Moonstone Beach Drive, Cambria, CA 93428* * Phone: (805) 927-1619 *Fax: (805) 927-9850
http://www.cambria-online.com/CambriaLandingInn/* *
Again, you need to MENTION THAT YOU'RE WITH THE BABBLERS!
This location does NOT require a two-night stay
We have the following rooms on hold:
4 Jacuzzi suites @ $225/night" with ocean view
8 full ocean views @ $200/night
2 partial views @ $130/night
4 with no ocean view @ $120/night

5. *Let us know you're coming! *Please! *This is important: *if you're participating in this event, we need to know it. *Once you've made reservations, please take a moment to send an e-mail to both Richard and me letting us know the following:

1.* * How many people in total will be in your party?
2.* * If you're coming for two nights?
3.* * Which property did you make your reservations at?
4.* * If you're planning on taking the group tours at Hearst Castle (we're arranging that next)

Our e-mail addresses are: **rirView1@aol.com **& **DanF@aol.com* * * *

This is going to be a great event! *Thanks for participating. *We look forward to driving there and seeing you (and your Boxster). *Other Porsches and vehicles welcome…

6. Links worth looking at:

http://www.hearstcastle.org/* *
http://www.fogcatcherinn.com/* *
http://www.cambria-online.com/CambriaLandingInn/* *
http://www.moonstonebeach.com/* *
http://www.cambria-online.com/* *

Please make your reservations right away. *And then send us your e-mail so we know how many are coming!
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Old January 27th, 2001, 05:26 PM   #2
Brian Harrington (SJ,CA)
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Just made our reservations!

Yay! We're coming too. Just made the Fogcatcher reservations and apparently there ain't many rooms left.

I propose that Speed Yellow owners caravan together (within the larger caravan) for a more spectacular visual effect
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Old January 30th, 2001, 07:31 PM   #3
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I just registered! *NM*

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