RE: [68ATTENDEES] Returning to Prague (was: Re: Hilton Prague)

Randall Gellens <randy@qualcomm.com> Tue, 27 March 2007 16:00 UTC

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Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2007 08:58:37 -0700
To: "Yaakov Stein" <yaakov_s@rad.com>, "Fred Baker" <fred@cisco.com>
From: Randall Gellens <randy@qualcomm.com>
Subject: RE: [68ATTENDEES] Returning to Prague (was: Re: Hilton Prague)
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At 9:20 AM +0200 3/25/07, Yaakov Stein wrote:

>  This is quite unlike my experience with the Hilton Anatole

I find the several comparisons that have been made to the recent 
Dallas IETF interesting.  To me, that IETF was fine in that I was 
able to go to the meetings and do IETF work (aside from the initial 
difficulties getting to the hotel because of the flooding).

 From a standpoint of which city has a richer cultural history that is 
fascinating to visit, of course Prague  wins easily.  But from a 
narrow viewpoint of in which city it was easier to get IETF work 
done, I'd have to say Dallas or Minneapolis beat Prague.
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