Re: IETF65 hotel location

Dave Crocker <dhc2@dcrocker.net> Fri, 27 January 2006 15:57 UTC

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> Looking at the restaurant map, it seems that the IETF65 hotel/venue is 
> basically "in the middle of nowhere".  Restaurants are typically 2+ 
> miles away, and my guess is that public transportation or walking aren't 
> options.


Periodically, the IETF venue is quite isolated.

This makes it inconvenient not only for getting to restaurants but also for 
attendees wanting to stay at cheaper hotels.

Frequently it even makes it difficult to just walk around.

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Dave Crocker
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