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Re: Common Toronto - Getting There.



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I think there is an interior walkway, but even if there's not, it's only 
about 100 yards between terminals. Since I live only 15 minutes from 
Midway, I usually avoid O'Hare.

Hmmm, listen to COMMON staff members talk about the conference in Chicago, 
or beer & football? No offense to the staffers, but if the closing session 
in Toronto is anything like the closing session in San Antonio, I know 
which one I'd pick. 


Paul Nelson
Arbor Solutions, Inc.
708-670-6978  Cell
pnelson@xxxxxxxxxx





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Going out it is United to O'Hare and then Air Canada to Toronto. Return 
is United and then United Express.

I was wondering if there was a skywalk connection so I won't really need 
to pack a coat as almost everything will be inside.

Thursday night...wonder how the game will compete against closing session?

Thanks.

Roger


On 10/15/2004 10:22 AM, pnelson@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:

>Why are you changing terminals? Bring your track shoes. If you can avoid 
>it, do not carry your laptop or briefcase. They will only slow you down 
at 
>security. Think about sending them Fed-Ex overnight. Heck, I've even 
>shipped clothes that way in the past to avoid hassles/slowdowns at 
>Customs.
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>The Renaissance is only a block or so from the Convention Center. I'm 
>staying there also. It turns out I've got a room with a view of the 
field, 
>and there's a football game Thursday night.... :-))
>
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>Paul Nelson
>Arbor Solutions, Inc.
>708-670-6978  Cell
>pnelson@xxxxxxxxxx
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