wineconf: Transport from the hotels to the conferance

Michael Robertson michael at
Mon Mar 11 12:52:53 CST 2002


Attendees are responsible for getting their persons from the hotel to 
conference. Hopefully, it's a short cab ride or walk for most. Coordinating 
so that you carpool isn't such a bad idea. 

Conference starts at 9am. Feel free to show up at 8am for coffee, juice and 
donuts. And to help setup stuff. :^)

It should take no longer than 10 minutes to get from Homestead to the 
conference center. 

-- MR

On Monday 11 March 2002 15:49, Patrik Stridvall wrote:
> > We have two full days planned (March 15th-16th). The sessions
> > will go from
> > 9-5 on both Friday and Saturday. I think all of the
> > international attendees
> > are coming in on Thurs, so they'll be rested up to start at
> > 9am Friday
> > morning. Both days, breakfast pastries will be provided at
> > the conference
> > premises along with lunch. Dinners will be within walking
> > distance on Friday
> > and Saturday.
> >
> > We're also planning on providing transportation from the
> > airport to hotels on
> > Thurs for our out of town guests.
> OK. There is a few small details left that need clarification.
> How and when will we get from our hotels to the the conferance?
> Personally I have booked room at the recommended hotel:
> Homestead San Diego Mira Mesa
> So will somebody pick us up at our hotels?
> Since we have booked hotel ourselves you are not
> likely to know were we are but still...
> Anyway, taking a taxi or a cab (or whatever you call
> it the US) will not be that hard.
> However, since I guess more than people than I have booked at the
> recommended hotel "Homestead San Diego Mira Mesa" perhaps we
> that should agree on some time to meet at some appropriate
> place at the hotel?
> What about 7.00 AM in or near the reception?
> Is that to early or to late? Since the sessions begin at
> 9.00 AM and some sort of breakfast in served at the
> conferance getting there early might not be a bad idea.
> BTW. How early can we arrive at the conferance?

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