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RE: COMMON at Gaylord Palm, Orlando



fixed

Really? I didn't have a problem with the internet when I was there this
spring. The only problem I had was I thought it was over priced and they
wouldn't charge it to the corporate card that the room was reserved under.
So we had to use our personal cards. 

-----Original Message-----
From: Leo [mailto:leo@xxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2003 9:49 AM
To: midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx; floridainfo@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Cc: Bev Russell
Subject: COMMON at Gaylord Palm, Orlando


For those of you collecting horror stories about the Gaylord Palms, here 
is one of mine:

As those of you who were staying at the Gaylord Palms (for the COMMON 
Conference) know, the in-room (high speed?) internet WAS NOT  working. 
One day I had to check my e-mail messages, so I used the telephone line 
in the room.

I just checked my hotel bill and my two long distance calls (one to get 
the messages(1), and , the other one to send back one quick reply (2)) 
cost me over $110.00 US in long distance.
(1) $79.67 US -- about 15 minutes
(2) $30.68 US -- about 3 minutes
Totall: $111.35 US

Outch!

Leo Lefebvre


PS: Notice that this message is also sent to the Gaylord Palms hotel, so 
they will know that ALL of you on this list will learn about this!
David could probably tell us how many people will be able to read this 
message (would over 500 people be a good number?)


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