Subject: Re: [Debian] Infomail #6
From: Marcelo E. Magallon (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Jun 24 2000 - 00:58:10 CEST
Sorry about the late reply, last two weeks have been chaotic arround
>> Martin Schulze <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> 6. From Sleep to Show
> The easiest way to get to the show in the morning and back in
> the evening is to use the tram or underground (not sure what
> they have in Stuttgart, but it's one of them).
Uh... U-Bahn? What's that? Underground? doesn't look like one to
> Parking directly at the exhibition will cost something,
> preferably money, thus it could be a good idea to safe that.
No idea how much that is, but previous experiencies indicate the
Killesberg Messe tends to be on the oh-my-god-is-it-expensive side.
(3,- DM for a cup of coffee? argh!)
With the U-Bahn you just have to get yourselves a Mehrfahrtenkarte
(multi trip ticket?) for the weekdays and a weekend ticket for
Saturday and Sunday. I think Bad Cannstatt is on a different price
zone as the expo center, that means the single ticket costs 3,50 DM
and the 4-trip ticket costs 13,40 DM (2,80 DM and 10,80 in case I'm
wrong). I don't recall the price of the weekend ticket, but it pays
off if several people travel together (ask about it at the VVS info
> 8. Security
> There is no special security at the open source pavillons
> during the night, except for the regular security of the entire
> hall. If somebody from you would like to stay inside of the
> the exhibition hall that is possible, but we need to provide
> the names to the other security staff.
Just a piece of advice in case I forget later: at the last Multimedia
Expo someone's computer lost its SIMMs. Yes. The RAM. Everything
else was there, except the RAM.
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