We'll be arriving at the same time (I'm at 17:35). If you'd like, we can
On May 12, 2011 4:46 AM, "Mohammad Nour El-Din" <nour.moham...@gmail.com>
> I am arriving at Dublin Airport at 17:25, so I think it is better for
> me to take public transportation and then walk to the hostel.
> On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 10:22 AM, Rainer Jung <rj...@apache.org> wrote:
>> On 11.05.2011 22:06, zoe slattery wrote:
>>> Hi all
>>> If you are arriving in Bray by train then you should call one of these
>>> numbers to get a lift from the station.
>>> +353 83 1108 519
>>> +353 83 1121 050
>>> +353 83 1197 626
>>> It would also be helpful if you put an approximate time of arrival on
>>> the lift sharing page
>>> Nick, Noirin and I will have the phones and we have enough cars between
>>> us to pick people up from Bray station. You'll need to call about 30
>>> minutes before you get to Bray and may have to have a short wait there.
>>> Looking forward to seeing you :-)
>> I'll be coming seriously late on Friday. I arrive at DUB at about 22:30
>> and plan to take the AirCoach bus from there to Bray after fetching the
>> luggage. So I expect to be at Bray either 00:05 or 00:35 Saturday
>> hope there's still a chance for a lift that late. I already talked to
>> (Thomas) who was offering it in principle but wanted to coordinate with
>> If you don't want me to phone all of you in the middle of the night,
>> you could send me an SMS to +49 170 3356832 about whom (which number) to
>> call. I assume to have access to email until about Friday 4 p.m..
>> Thanks for the excellent organization!
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