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Thread: Pools at night?

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    Default Pools at night?

    Just curious, are the pools open to use at night, or just the hot tubs? We didn't even think of going swimming last year on our honeymoon but curious if anyone does?

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    As long as they are not being cleaned, you're OK.

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    We went swimming late at CSA, loved it.

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    I was wondering about this as well. Sometimes my fiance and I feel like a late night swim and hoping that on our honeymoon that's something we can do

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    We have been to the hot tub and the pool on the AN side at San Souci several times at night. Never seemed to be a problem, but we were the only ones there

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    Officially they are closed (at CN anyway) from 7pm to 9am, but as long as you arenít loud and obnoxious they wonít kick you out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wally View Post
    Officially they are closed (at CN anyway) from 7pm to 9am, ...[/img]
    Wally - the signs were modified Mar 2010 explicitly to remove that time restriction.
    Details and a pic here:
    http://couples.com/mb/showthread.php...3143#post63143

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    Looking more closely at the sign we saw being repainted in March 2010, the removal of the "Pool Closed..." line was not the only change.
    Wally's pic:
    "Health Code Regulation 100F - 103F / 38C - 40C"

    Our pic:
    "Health Code Regulation 100F - 113F / 38C - 40C"

    113 degrees Fahrenheit is pretty darn hot (and 40C would equate to 104F, which is consistent with other Health Regulations I've seen) so I guess Wally's had the correct temp. at least.
    The "zero" in Wally's 103F actually looks more like the letter "o", so maybe they've had to make this correction before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rudi View Post
    Wally - the signs were modified Mar 2010 explicitly to remove that time restriction.
    Details and a pic here:
    http://couples.com/mb/showthread.php...3143#post63143
    It still says no night swimming
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