[arch-events] arch-events Digest, Vol 19, Issue 3

R. Alvez ralvez at ittwo.ca
Mon Jul 19 23:19:19 EDT 2010

 Sander, Parking in the college is not a problem. I think they are about
$6.00 or $7.00 a day.

Dusty, the 191 takes about 40 min from Kipling station to Humber in a
normal day.

David, I live in Bolton and have NEVER seen a MegaBus but if you are
going to pass by Bolton you best bet is to get off the bus and call me
(905-951-7406) and we can go together in my car to Humber.
Do you have any idea as to what time you will arrive? You can e-mail me
off this list to finalize details and arrangements at ralvez at ittwo.ca
and we can go from there.


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> Date: Thu, 8 Jul 2010 18:02:29 -0600
> From: Dusty Phillips <dusty at archlinux.ca>
> Subject: Re: [arch-events] Dieters,	Dusty s and maybe your trip to the
> 	Niagara falls (was: Archcon:	planning of activities)
> To: Arch Linux Events <arch-events at archlinux.org>
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> On 7 July 2010 13:17, Dieter Plaetinck <dieter at plaetinck.be> wrote:
>> looks like the canadiana inn also does tours:
>> Niagara Falls Day Trips:
>> Leaves every day in morning and return around 8pm, with free time at
>> the falls Includes tour of Queenston Heights, Brock's Monument, the
>> world's largest natural whirlpool, Clifton Hill, and much, much more
>> Stops at winery on the way for free wine tasting Costs between $40 and
>> $50
>> no mention of the maid of the myst tour, power station,
>> niagara-on-the-lake, butterfly conservatory, botanical gardens, a
>> walk along the river, skylon tower (some these things are probably too
>> obvious or not worth talking about. i dunno)
>> probably the offer is only for people who reside at the canadiana inn
>> (like me!), but i could ask.
>> ah, the paradox of choice ;)
> Choose your trips like you choose your linux distro: keep it simple! ;-)
> I'll be game for whatever suits you best. I wouldn't mind seeing some
> of those other attractions, especially niagara-on-the-lake (I've heard
> it's where all the people rich enough to take a helicopter to Toronto
> every morning live... nice mansions. ;). I'll probably be in Toronto
> again before you, so you decide what you want to see and do most. If I
> miss anything, I'll do it another time.
> Dusty
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> Date: Mon, 12 Jul 2010 17:08:58 -0400
> From: David Campbell <davekong at archlinux.us>
> Subject: [arch-events] [ArchCon] MegaBus etc.
> To: Arch Linux Events <arch-events at archlinux.org>
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> I am going to be getting to Toronto via MegaBus, which is
> supposed to drop me off at the Toronto Coach Terminal. I am
> wondering if anyone has taken MegaBus to Toronto before and knows
> if they make any other stops that might be a better place to get
> off, and if not, what the best way to get to Humber College from
> the Coach Terminal is. Looking on Google maps, I am told the
> fastest route is to walk to the Georgetown Train Service, take
> that to the Bolton Bus service, and take that to the college.
> That has an estimated travel time of 94 minutes, which would mean
> I would be arriving at the college about 9:15 AM (late for
> registrations).

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