Note that there lots of hotels in that downtown Chicago area. I have my
eye on a few nearby that are no more expensive (or even less) than the
conference hotel. While it's fun being in the conference hotel, it
decidedly is not the only option.
On 12/4/12 11:30 AM, Luis C Baquera wrote:
> Oh, good, I'm not the only one experiencing this problem.
> Thanks for your hard work!
> Luis Baquera, Manager of Computing Services
> Center for Bibliographical Studies and Research
> University of California, Riverside
> On 12/4/12 10:30 AM, "Heidi P Frank" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Hi again,
>> I've just tried again, and am trying to reserve for Sunday as well,
>> but I still don't see the $115/night rate... are they still working
>> on that, or should we go ahead and reserve at the higher rate and have
>> it discounted later?
>> thanks for working on getting this resolved!
>> Heidi Frank
>> Electronic Resources & Special Formats Cataloger
>> New York University Libraries
>> Knowledge Access & Resources Management Services
>> 20 Cooper Square, 3rd Floor
>> New York, NY 10003
>> 212-998-2499 (office)
>> 212-995-4366 (fax)
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>> Skype: hfrank71
>> On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 1:15 PM, Francis Kayiwa <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> I will start out by apologizing for the inconvenience. Bottom line
>>> "...They didn't believe that an organization that doesn't `really exist`
>>> will be able to sell as fast..."
>>> We thank you all for proving us right. For now (more later) they've
>>> opened up 20 rooms for Sunday. So try again and fill them out as quickly
>>> as you can.
>>> With all the fancy scientists in the world, why can't they just once
>>> build a nuclear balm?
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