On Mar 8, 2007, at 1:47 AM, Fred Baker wrote:
On Mar 7, 2007, at 7:58 AM, Marshall Eubanks wrote:
the taxi's are ... unregulated. I would suggest that IETFers never
take a cab on the street. You may pay 50 Euros to go 1 km. Get the
hotel, store, restaurant, whatever, where you are to order you a
cab, and you won't have problems. This is true even if there are
cabs waiting just outside where you are
I'd actually take that one step further. You will need to get
between the hotel and the airport, and that may require a cab. With
any luck, we will have sandwiches on sale for lunch. For dinner,
the Hilton is at one end of a beautiful walking city, and one can
walk to quite a number of good restaurants in under half an hour.
I'd take advantage of the opportunity.
I did not have the slightest problem at the airport - but I talked to
The one thing I would add is that Wenceslas Square gets a little
sketchy after midnight and especially after
1 AM. It's like Central Park in NYC - fine during the day, but I
would avoid on foot late at night.
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