Re: [88attendees] Fwd: Your recent stay at Hyatt Regency Vancouver

Paul Wouters <pwouters@redhat.com> Sat, 16 November 2013 04:02 UTC

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On 11/15/2013 10:19 PM, John R Levine wrote:

> 
> The Fairmont across the street has nice a pool long enough to swim laps, where I never saw anyone else swimming, just using the hot tub,
> 
> And the elevators have a button in the elevator for each floor, as God intended.
> 
> Oh. and the coffee from the in-room Keurig machines wasn't bad, particularly considering that they didn't charge for it.

However, the wifi was mostly unusable and I was lucky to be Canadian and fell back to LTE. I stayed two more days after the IETF, and the wifi worked fine. We
clearly overloaded it with the IETF, which I hope is fixable for next time.

Paul