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

Scott W Brim <swb@employees.org> Sun, 25 March 2007 13:05 UTC

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From: Scott W Brim <swb@employees.org>
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The air quality in some of the main meeting rooms was the *only*
problem I saw with Prague.  Yes there was smoke leakage but that's
true everywhere outside of the USA.  Oh, also my room telephone only
rang in the bathroom.  I told the hotel staff it was a fantastic
conference facility in a great city and I would be happy to come back
any time.  I'm sure they can fix that if we tell them it's the only
drawback to "the new Minneapolis".

Scott

p.s. In 1990, Alan Levy, Editor in Chief of The Prague Post,
proclaimed that Prague was the "Left Bank of the 90s," the new
European haven for American artists.  Now it's "the new Minneapolis of
the 10s".

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