Marcia Selsor on wed 1 nov 00
You should make reservations soon. You might try sharing with more
people or do a search for local hotels using mapquest to see what is
nearby. I don't know how much $ you'll need because it depends on what
you eat/drink. BUT there are also wonderful things to purchase at the
commercial booths at seemingly good prices.
I took 8 students last year. Some of them had a cooler of food with
them. Others found a food court with reasonable food. You can also
search restaurants on mapquest as well.
Hope to meet you at the clayart room.
Rebecca Gregory wrote:
> Howdy all! I have some questions concerning the NCECA this March. Do I need
> to make hotel reservations now? A friend of mine and I are "planning" on
> going, but the fees for the hotels that are reserved for this conference
> seem a little out of our reach for 3 or 4 nights. Are there any motels
> around there that we could book a room and then park near the hotel where
> the conference is being held? Also, just pall park estimate please, how
> much money do we need for this event? I have never been before (obviously),
> and I would very much like to go.
> Any information would be greatly appreciated!
> Becky Gregory
> PS thanks to all who responded to my question about rewiring my old bisque
> kiln. Even though I really didn't get the answer I wanted. I feel that I
> have a little more information than what I did have before!
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