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Inexpensive 2 night stay?????

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Friend of mine is looking to take his 15 year old son (after a family restructuring if you get my drift) on a 3 day 2 night trip next week in the Hackensack area. Any chance he could find something in the $100 a night range? I told him probably not, thanks.

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What kind of accomondations and what days?

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Looking for a cabin on a lake for July 18th and 19th. Also with the possibility of renting a boat and motor as well. That of course would up the cost, thanks for the reply.

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checked a few resorts in the area and they were full. Might suggest going online and calling, as I am sure a few have had cancellations.

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Chris3: Thanks much, I will have him do just that, he also has a place up by Kitchie as a back up so they should be able to have a great time.

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