[toronto-lisp] ILC 2009
justin.giancola at gmail.com
Tue Feb 10 04:45:48 UTC 2009
I'll be going.
I think you meant 210 + 135 * 3 / 2 ≈ $412 (i.e. 3 nights, not 5).
It seems like the best option (for one) is flying. Driving (including
renting, gas, insurance, interstate tolls, parking in Boston) would
actually be more expensive than flying. Bus or bus/train combos are a
little less expensive but run anywhere from 3 to 4.5x the travel time.
If the driving costs were split amongst multiple drivers, probably a
better deal but will take 2x the travel time. Anyone else going?
On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 10:58 PM, Telman Yusupov <lisp at yusupov.com> wrote:
> Looks interesting! Anyone going?
> The cost is quite reasonable: US$210 early registration fee. Conference rate
> for the hotel is $135 per night at the official hotel (Hyatt) and the
> conference goes Sunday - Wednesday.
> If someone can share a hotel room the cost comes to 210+135*5/2 about US$550
> + food & gas and 9 hours of driving to get there...
> On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 8:21 PM, Justin Giancola <justin.giancola at gmail.com>
>> Out of curiosity, is anyone thinking of attending this year's
>> International Lisp Conference?
>> It's being held at MIT, and the lineup looks very interesting.
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