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    My husband and I will be at CSA March 3-10. I haven't read anything on the boards regarding temperature in the evening. I tend to be a freeze baby, not sure if I should pack any sweaters or jackets? I read that the low is around 74 this time of year. Is it still a warm breeze in the evening or should I bring a sweater?

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    Only if you think 74 degrees is sweater weather.
    Ricky Ginsburg
    Boca Raton, Florida
    (just a 75 minute plane flight from paradise)


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    I always bring a very light sweater, I tend to be cold also. I have used it twice, both times it was in Feathers, after a long day in the sun. Never really needed it outdoors.

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    It is unlikely that you'll need it outdoors in March, but bring a light sweater anyway for situations where you are in air conditioning. It is not a bad idea for having one on airplanes as well. A very thin, light one should do.

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    Personally, I always bring a cardigan or something to wear over my sundress if I get cool. I have definitely been heckled by my husband for "even getting cold in Jamaica." The one I bring is light, so it doesn't take up much room, and I can throw it over anything.

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    I wear a light weight cotton sweater and take a light weight shawl. After being in the sun all day, I get chilled in the air conditioning of the restaurants.
    Vicky

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    Take a sweater or a light jacket. Even if it warm outside a night, all the restaurants are air conditioned inside and it can be chilly inside

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    I like to bring a wrap for the air conditioned restaurants. It gets chilly in there, especially when you are a little sunburned.

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    I always bring a light sweater, I am a freeze baby too LOL. Better safe than sorry. Also the indoor restaurants are chilly in my opinion.
    Kristen

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    Bring a wrap or nice sweater. Feathers air conditioning can be a bit chilly.

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    [QUOTE=kjp;52295]My husband and I will be at CSA March 3-10. I haven't read anything on the boards regarding temperature in the evening. I tend to be a freeze baby, not sure if I should pack any sweaters or jackets? I read that the low is around 74 this time of year. Is it still a warm breeze in the evening or should I bring a sweater?[/QUOT\

    I have also been known to be chilly if there is a breeze....people think I'm nuts sometimes but I just like to be cozy! Sometimes I find when the sun goes down and I start to feel the heat from being in the sun all day I can feel cold even if the temperature is hot! Does that make sense? Anyway, I am a strong believer in the 'better safe then sorry" theory. I have been to some pretty hot travel spots and always like to have a little sweater handy! We are travelling to CSA/CN in April and i plan on bringing one, and even though the majority of people will think I'm nuts and that I don't need it, I know myself well enough to know that it will come in handy at some point! I also am a big fan of the shawls...I have tons of them! They are pretty, elegant, sexy and if you do get a little chill you can just wrap yourself up in it...and they take up no room whatsoever in your suitcase. Have fun fellow "freeze baby"...too cute
    Kris

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    Where do you buy your shawls?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TravelBug View Post
    Where do you buy your shawls?
    Anywhere and everywhere! I'm a little out of control actually...they are all such so beautiful that I "just have to have it". Where are you from?
    Kris

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