Announcing a new Meetup for West Valley Activities Group!What
: Ghost Tour at Hotel San CarlosWhen
: Thursday, October 28,[masked]:00 PMWhere
: Hotel San Carlos
202 N Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85003
[masked]HALLOWEEN is coming this way so let's all go on a GHOST TOUR! We are joining the Phoenix Singles for this event, so the more the merrier!
Here's everything you need to know:
*The Hotel San Carlos is located at 202 N. Central Avenue (Downtown) Phoenix, AZ
*With a minimum of 20 people on the tour, tickets will be $12/person (excluding tip for guide). We are unable to accept checks or credit cards. However, if anyone forgets to bring cash, there are several ATMs in the neighborhood.
*We will be visiting some paranormal hotspots that are off-limits to the public. In order to take part, all tour guests must sign a waiver, releasing the hotel and the ghost tour staff from liability in case of an accident. Visit http://www.ghostsofph... for a copy of the waiver that can be printed, read, and signed in advance. Bring it to the tour (with your party's signatures), to save a little time.
*Tour-goers should plan to leave the Happy Hour and check-in with the ghost tour staff members at approximately 6:40 (6:45, if the waiver is pre-signed). Look for a woman wearing a shirt that reads, "I've seen dead people." If you do not hear otherwise, we will meet in the lobby.
*Metered parking is free after 8 p.m. - So bring change for the meters before 8pm or pay for garage parking in the area.
*Everyone in your party needs to be in physical condition to walk for an hour or longer and navigate stairs.
*Please bring cameras! It adds to the fun when people on the tour get orbs in their shots and share them with others! Digital is best, as you get instant gratification, but any type of camera will do.
*Other frequently asked questions are answered on our website, www.ghostsofphoenix.com. You may also find our FB fan page by searching for "Ghost Tours of the Hotel San Carlos" or follow us on Twitter, @GhostTourGal.
P.S. One word of warning: On a recent tour, a man was scratched on his leg, by something unseen. He was on blood thinners and was wearing shorts, which probably made things look worse than they would have for the rest of us. But, I am hoping to take the tour to that hotspot. So, you may want to advise the people in your party to wear long pants. It's only happened once on a tour and we're not known for dress codes or fashion sense. So, we leave it up to you, but want you to make an informed choice
RSVP to this Meetup:http://www.meetup.com/friends-206/calendar/15078135/