We just had to cancel 1BR at VB 9/25

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  1. raparker13

    raparker13 Mouseketeer

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    Due to an illness, we had to cancel 5 nights we had reserved at VB for a 1 BR starting 9/25. Not sure if they are full or not, but if you tried and couldn't get in; try again.
     
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  3. wdwstar

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    sorry to hear that you have an illness, but look on the bright side this may have came at a better time, just heard on fox news that hurricane isabela will hit vero beach, thats right they said vero beach by wed.

    sending pixie dust for a speedy recover.;)
     
  4. tinkgrl

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    Hi,

    Sorry that you had to cancel! It may be good thing....as said above. Pixie Dust coming your way for a speedy recovery!!

    Allison an associate
    Offically DVC 7/23/03
     
  5. PamOKW

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    They still don't know what Isabela will do. The prediction is for it to possibly be 350 miles off of Vero by Wednesday.

    Here's what is on the West Palm (Ch 5)'s website

    The storm's five-day forecast placed it roughly 350 miles east of Vero Beach by early Wednesday, provided it makes a predicted turn to the northwest. Forecasters said they would know more about the potential direction of the storm late this weekend.

    "The big question continues to be what will happen beyond the five-day forecast period," National Hurricane Center forecaster Richard Pasch said. "It is still impossible to state with any confidence whether a specific area along the U.S. coast will be impacted by Isabel."
     

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