Dave Crocker wrote:
Clint Chaplin wrote:
One data point: IEEE 802 is in San Diego this week, and I've met at
least one attendee who flew through LAX to get here; that is, he took
LAX -> SAN as his last leg.
the flight is so short, one can feel guilty taking it. however the effort to
rent a car from an airport, drive through Southern California traffic, and then
either have the car sit for a week or try to dump it upon arrival, all make
taking that short flight a reasonable choice.
First, I want to clarify my original mail.
I meant that if you live in LA, it doesn' pay
to fly to San Diego. It's way faster and cheaper
to drive your own car there instead of flying.
Second, remember that the San Diego location is not close
to very many good dining and drinking spots, so having
a car at the next IETF will be useful.
Third, renting a car in LA and driving is a really bad idea
(instead of getting a free connecting flight) unless you
want to visit LA or the area between LA and San Diego while you
at the next IETF. (Trust me, if you have never been to
Laguna Beach, go there if you want to see what SoCal is
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