[EuroPython] Car Parking
Clive.Darke at qa.com
Clive.Darke at qa.com
Wed Jun 24 12:48:05 CEST 2009
There is an underground car-park beneath the Crown Plaza Hotel which is very close to the conference centre (see the pdf map on the PyCon website). Pricey though.
Abbey Court, Eagle Way, Sowton, Exeter, EX2 7HY
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From: europython-bounces+clive.darke=qa.com at python.org on behalf of Ali Afshar
Sent: Wed 24/06/2009 11:38
To: Dougal Matthews
Cc: europython at python.org
Subject: Re: [EuroPython] Car Parking
Dougal Matthews wrote:
> I'm staying just outside Birmingham for the conference.
> What is the car parking like in the area or would I be best to get the
> train (from leamington spa)?
This is not an official answer, but I found car parking to be an
absolute nightmare, I wouldn't bring a car into Birmingham unless I had
to (but then I am a small-town boy, and these things might be relative).
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