[EuroPython] EuroPython 2006
Audun Ostrem Nordal
Audun.Ostrem.Nordal at cern.ch
Thu Apr 20 22:22:40 CEST 2006
Hello, list. I work at CERN and report to Benedict :-)
Regarding accomodation, I would just like to point out the Auberge
Communale de Meyrin, a small inn (single room is 85 CHF/night). To my
knowledge that is the closest offsite accomodation to CERN, at least on
the Swiss side. I'd say within 15 minutes walking distance (or 3
minutes by bus). They have a Google Earth placemark on their webpage
http://www.auberge-meyrin.ch/auberge_hotel.html. Not at all fancy, but
if all you need is a bed I'd say it is a sound deal. They have a good
restaurant, actually. I booked someone in there once, and they did
speak a little English.
Hope that helps,
Audun Ostrem Nordal tel: +184.108.40.206427
1211 Geneve 23
> -----Original Message-----
> From: europython-bounces at python.org
> [mailto:europython-bounces at python.org] On Behalf Of M.-A. Lemburg
> Sent: Thursday, April 20, 2006 4:10 PM
> To: Richard Jones
> Cc: europython at python.org
> Subject: Re: [EuroPython] EuroPython 2006
> > I'm looking at planning for EuroPython 2006 and would like to know:
> > 1. when registration is expected to open, 2. how much
> registration is
> > expected to cost, 3. whether the accommodation section is
> going to be
> > fleshed out, and
> I've found the list of hotels on this page useful:
> Unfortunately that page doesn't say whether the hotels are
> within walking distance of CERN or not.
> Here's a link to a map site that at least lists a few of the
> hotels on the above page:
> This one is close, but also rather expensive:
> It is listed as offering special prices for CERN visitors.
> > 4. whether there's any preliminary information on the likely
> > presentations.
> It would be nice indeed to at least see the list of
> registered (but not yet approved) talks.
> > I'd be travelling a long way (from Australia) and staying
> for the full
> > 10 days of conference and sprinting, so I just want to make
> sure I get
> > it all right (and that it's worth the trip :)
> Marc-Andre Lemburg
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