Re: [WISPA] Orlando Arrivals?

2011-03-23 Thread Chuck Hogg
I don't get in until 8pm.  If someone wants a ride at that time, I can help
out.

Regards,

Chuck


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 Anyone arriving at the Orlando airport around 1-3 I could hitch a ride
 with?  Don't want to pay $100 a day for a rental car if I can avoid it to
 get from the airport.

 Thanks,
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Re: [WISPA] Orlando Arrivals?

2011-03-23 Thread Justin Wilson
FYI. A taxi ride is $80+ or so a web-site says.

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From:  Chuck Hogg ch...@shelbybb.com
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Date:  Wed, 23 Mar 2011 10:08:30 -0400
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Subject:  Re: [WISPA] Orlando Arrivals?

I don't get in until 8pm.  If someone wants a ride at that time, I can help
out.

Regards,

Chuck


On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 10:05 AM, Justin Wilson li...@mtin.net wrote:
 Anyone arriving at the Orlando airport around 1-3 I could hitch a ride with?
 Don't want to pay $100 a day for a rental car if I can avoid it to get from
 the airport.
 
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Re: [WISPA] Orlando Arrivals?

2011-03-23 Thread Steve Barnes
Justin arriving about 5:30 and have rented a car.


From: wireless-boun...@wispa.org [mailto:wireless-boun...@wispa.org] On Behalf 
Of Justin Wilson
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FYI. A taxi ride is $80+ or so a web-site says.


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From: Chuck Hogg ch...@shelbybb.commailto:ch...@shelbybb.com
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Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2011 10:08:30 -0400
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Subject: Re: [WISPA] Orlando Arrivals?

I don't get in until 8pm.  If someone wants a ride at that time, I can help out.

Regards,

Chuck

On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 10:05 AM, Justin Wilson 
li...@mtin.netmailto:li...@mtin.net wrote:
Anyone arriving at the Orlando airport around 1-3 I could hitch a ride with?  
Don't want to pay $100 a day for a rental car if I can avoid it to get from the 
airport.

Thanks,
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Re: [WISPA] Orlando

2007-04-22 Thread John Scrivner
Frank Muto has set up a deal where your entry to ISPCON is practically 
free when you consider the free 100% WISPA dues payment he will make on 
your behalf. An exhibit pass is free when you use a code from WISPA, 
Frank or Peter. I think ImageStream has a free exhibit hall pass code 
also. I don't know how you could afford to NOT go. I learned one trick 
there last time using the Google Adsense Search feature that now pays me 
several hundred dollars a month in recurring revenues.


Frank, why don't you send that offer out one more time so people can see 
it. It is an amazing offer and Frank deserves a BIG attaboy for stepping 
up in such a big way to help promote WISPA membership while saving money 
for the coming ISPCON show. Good work Frank. Doug I sure hope you will 
reconsider coming to the show. We will have a reception and meeting of 
WISPA at the event also. I hope to see many of you there.

Scriv


Doug wrote:


I don't know if I am going to spend the money to go to ISPCON but if you guys 
are doing a get together I am only 40 miles away so I would want to attend.

-Original Message-
From: Peter R. [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
Sent: 4/4/2007 10:50 AM
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Orlando

Maggiano's isn't the best Italian restaurant, but we have eaten at the 
Tampa one a number of times.
It works best for groups, since you can get the family style - and 
bottomless dishes.


Remember this about reviews: People are more likely to complain than 
compliment.


I suggested Maggiano's because it was close, relatively inexpensive, and 
everyone leaves full.


Peter

Dawn DiPietro wrote:

 


All,

Below is a link to the first review I came across on Maggiano’s Little 
Italy. To summarize, the restaurant critic mentions that the pasta was 
waterlogged and the desserts were ok but not great. Maybe he was just 
having a bad night. ;-) There are a couple of other Italian 
restaurants in the area but they are pricey.


http://orlandocitybeat.metromix.com/restaurants/orlent-restaurants-dinner-maggiano-s,0,7310723.story?coll=orlnatent-rest-headlines 



Peter do you have any thoughts on this? Have you had a different 
experience with this restaurant?


Regards,
Dawn DiPietro

Peter R. wrote:

   


I'll take Sam's advice and pre-plan.

Couple of notes:

The ISPCON is at the Rosen Centre Hotel @ 9840 International Drive, 
Orlando, Florida 32819, not to be confused with the Rosen Plaza Hotel 
@ 9700 International Drive. Use Kayak.com to find your best room rate 
near here.


There are two entertainment spots within 2 miles on International 
Drive: Pointe Orlando (http://www.pointeorlando.com/) and the 
Mercado. (There's a trolley available on International Drive, but 
traffic is so deep, walking can be faster).


How about dinner on May 23 at Maggiano’s Little Italy? After dinner 
there are many bars available in the Pointe Orlando complex. (On May 
24 is ISP-CEO).


Why attend the show? The exhibits and the education. Lots of case 
studies are being lined up for this one.


Hope to see you there. RSVP for the dinner so I can save a private room.

Regards,

Peter
 


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Re: [WISPA] Orlando + WISPA ISPCON PROMO

2007-04-22 Thread Frank Muto

Gladly John,

We're excited to be exhibiting at ISPCON Spring 2007: LaunchPad Pavilion J.
And we want to see you there! We have negotiated a special rate for
our clients and partners so you can save big on your ISPCON full-conference
registration. But that is only the start, please read on...

ISPCON Spring 2007 will take place May 23-25 at the Rosen Centre Hotel
in Orlando, FL. Simply sign up online by May 4, 2007 and use our unique
customer code: PLUSS7. The $100 discount will be taken off the current $595
price of the full-conference pass. Or use our customer code to get a FREE
pass to the exhibit hall and keynotes. http://www.ispcon.com/register.php

Ok, now here is the WISPA ONLY BONUS!

Until May 4th only, the first 10 WISP's signing up for a Full conference
pass using our Promo code, PLUSS7 saving $100 off the full conference pass
of $595, will receive a $250 credit towards a WISPA membership paid by our
company directly.

Yes, you read that right, a full one-year membership to WISPA! The credit
will be issued once ISPCON verifies the full-conference pass has been paid
for. So be one of the first 10 to respond to this offer and save money and
support a great organization - WISPA. So sign on quickly, only the first 10
will qualify!

WISPA BONUS #2

Any WISP signing up for a new WISPA membership or a Full-conference pass
will receive a $250 credit allowance towards any services we are offering
including Postini and the upcoming additional new service of hosted email;
POP3, IMAP, SMTP and Web Mail with 100mb mailbox storage. More info will be
coming out in the coming weeks and for the ISPCON conference.

We're looking forward to seeing you in Orlando! Sign up online today and
save when you use our unique customer code: PLUSS7

So if you are not taking advantage of this money saving WISPA promotion
before May 4, 2007, you can still download this PDF,
http://secureemailplus.com/ISPCONPASS.pdf and bring it with you to receive
the free Exhibits and Events Pass, or $100 Full-conference discount when 
you register on-site or online at: http://www.ispcon.com/register.php



Best Regards,
Frank Muto
President/CEO
FSM Marketing Group, Inc.
www.secureemailplus.com
Toll Free: 800-246-7740

ISPCON Spring 2007
May 23-25 in Orlando, FL.
LaunchPad Pavilion J

P.S. Remember, you can only qualify by using our unique ISPCON code PLUSS7.






























- Original Message - 
From: John Scrivner [EMAIL PROTECTED]



Frank Muto has set up a deal where your entry to ISPCON is practically 
free when you consider the free 100% WISPA dues payment he will make on 
your behalf. An exhibit pass is free when you use a code from WISPA, 
Frank or Peter. I think ImageStream has a free exhibit hall pass code 
also. I don't know how you could afford to NOT go. I learned one trick 
there last time using the Google Adsense Search feature that now pays me 
several hundred dollars a month in recurring revenues.


Frank, why don't you send that offer out one more time so people can see 
it. It is an amazing offer and Frank deserves a BIG attaboy for stepping 
up in such a big way to help promote WISPA membership while saving money 
for the coming ISPCON show. Good work Frank. Doug I sure hope you will 
reconsider coming to the show. We will have a reception and meeting of 
WISPA at the event also. I hope to see many of you there.

Scriv


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RE: [WISPA] Orlando

2007-04-21 Thread Doug
I don't know if I am going to spend the money to go to ISPCON but if you guys 
are doing a get together I am only 40 miles away so I would want to attend.

-Original Message-
From: Peter R. [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: WISPA General List wireless@wispa.org
Sent: 4/4/2007 10:50 AM
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Orlando

Maggiano's isn't the best Italian restaurant, but we have eaten at the 
Tampa one a number of times.
It works best for groups, since you can get the family style - and 
bottomless dishes.

Remember this about reviews: People are more likely to complain than 
compliment.

I suggested Maggiano's because it was close, relatively inexpensive, and 
everyone leaves full.

Peter

Dawn DiPietro wrote:

 All,

 Below is a link to the first review I came across on Maggiano’s Little 
 Italy. To summarize, the restaurant critic mentions that the pasta was 
 waterlogged and the desserts were ok but not great. Maybe he was just 
 having a bad night. ;-) There are a couple of other Italian 
 restaurants in the area but they are pricey.

 http://orlandocitybeat.metromix.com/restaurants/orlent-restaurants-dinner-maggiano-s,0,7310723.story?coll=orlnatent-rest-headlines
  


 Peter do you have any thoughts on this? Have you had a different 
 experience with this restaurant?

 Regards,
 Dawn DiPietro

 Peter R. wrote:

 I'll take Sam's advice and pre-plan.

 Couple of notes:

 The ISPCON is at the Rosen Centre Hotel @ 9840 International Drive, 
 Orlando, Florida 32819, not to be confused with the Rosen Plaza Hotel 
 @ 9700 International Drive. Use Kayak.com to find your best room rate 
 near here.

 There are two entertainment spots within 2 miles on International 
 Drive: Pointe Orlando (http://www.pointeorlando.com/) and the 
 Mercado. (There's a trolley available on International Drive, but 
 traffic is so deep, walking can be faster).

 How about dinner on May 23 at Maggiano’s Little Italy? After dinner 
 there are many bars available in the Pointe Orlando complex. (On May 
 24 is ISP-CEO).

 Why attend the show? The exhibits and the education. Lots of case 
 studies are being lined up for this one.

 Hope to see you there. RSVP for the dinner so I can save a private room.

 Regards,

 Peter

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Re: [WISPA] Orlando

2007-04-06 Thread RickG

Dawn,

Is Ken gonna be there?

-RickG

On 4/4/07, Dawn DiPietro [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

All,

Below is a link to the first review I came across on Maggiano's Little
Italy. To summarize, the restaurant critic mentions that the pasta was
waterlogged and the desserts were ok but not great. Maybe he was just
having a bad night. ;-) There are a couple of other Italian restaurants
in the area but they are pricey.

http://orlandocitybeat.metromix.com/restaurants/orlent-restaurants-dinner-maggiano-s,0,7310723.story?coll=orlnatent-rest-headlines

Peter do you have any thoughts on this? Have you had a different
experience with this restaurant?

Regards,
Dawn DiPietro

Peter R. wrote:
 I'll take Sam's advice and pre-plan.

 Couple of notes:

 The ISPCON is at the Rosen Centre Hotel @ 9840 International Drive,
 Orlando, Florida 32819, not to be confused with the Rosen Plaza Hotel
 @ 9700 International Drive. Use Kayak.com to find your best room rate
 near here.

 There are two entertainment spots within 2 miles on International
 Drive: Pointe Orlando (http://www.pointeorlando.com/) and the Mercado.
 (There's a trolley available on International Drive, but traffic is so
 deep, walking can be faster).

 How about dinner on May 23 at Maggiano's Little Italy? After dinner
 there are many bars available in the Pointe Orlando complex. (On May
 24 is ISP-CEO).

 Why attend the show? The exhibits and the education. Lots of case
 studies are being lined up for this one.

 Hope to see you there. RSVP for the dinner so I can save a private room.

 Regards,

 Peter


 Dawn DiPietro wrote:

 All,

 I have been working on that very issue for the last few weeks and
 will keep you all posted.
 There are a ton of choices of restaurants north of the conference
 hotel about 2 miles on
 International Drive but I have no prior experience with the area so
 some input from Peter
 would definitely be in order. A few places have complimentary
 shuttles. ;-)

 Suggestions from those who might be attending would be greatly
 appreciated.

 Regards,
 Dawn DiPietro

 Sam Tetherow wrote:

 Now I really wish I could make it in May with Peter planning the
 extra curricular.
 Honestly, I would avoid the poker as it really does kill the
 conversation for the most part.
 An organized dinner as well as finding a decent bar that is within
 walking distance of most of the hotels, both announced prior to the
 conference would probably help to get more people together after hours.

 Sam Tetherow
 Sandhills Wireless


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RE: [WISPA] Orlando

2007-04-05 Thread Anthony R. Mattke
You're not only a member of WISP, but you're also a client^H^H^H^H^H^H
manufacturer.

(see older TV add for joke)

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Jeff Broadwick
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 8:44 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; 'WISPA General List'
Subject: RE: [WISPA] Orlando

But I'm not a wisp...I work for a manufacturer...how does that add up?!?!
:-) 

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Carl A jeptha
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 8:09 AM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Orlando

So that explains why you became a wisp, you stayed at a Holiday Inn Express
(See TV Ad for the joke). ;-)

You have a Good Day now,


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Jeff Broadwick wrote:
 I stayed at the Holiday Inn Express just north of Downtown Disney last
time.
 Nice hotel, and it was about $100/night.

 You can count me and Doug Hass in on the dinner Peter.  Thanks!

 Jeff
  

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 On Behalf Of Peter R.
 Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 12:35 AM
 To: WISPA General List
 Subject: [WISPA] Orlando

 I'll take Sam's advice and pre-plan.

 Couple of notes:

 The ISPCON is at the Rosen Centre Hotel @ 9840 International Drive, 
 Orlando, Florida 32819, not to be confused with the Rosen Plaza Hotel 
 @ 9700 International Drive. Use Kayak.com to find your best room rate near
here.

 There are two entertainment spots within 2 miles on International Drive: 
 Pointe Orlando (http://www.pointeorlando.com/) and the Mercado. 
 (There's a trolley available on International Drive, but traffic is so 
 deep, walking can be faster).

 How about dinner on May 23 at Maggiano's Little Italy? After dinner 
 there are many bars available in the Pointe Orlando complex. (On May 
 24 is ISP-CEO).

 Why attend the show? The exhibits and the education. Lots of case 
 studies are being lined up for this one.

 Hope to see you there. RSVP for the dinner so I can save a private room.

 Regards,

 Peter


 Dawn DiPietro wrote:

   
 All,

 I have been working on that very issue for the last few weeks and 
 will keep you all posted.
 There are a ton of choices of restaurants north of the conference 
 hotel about 2 miles on International Drive but I have no prior 
 experience with the area so some input from Peter would definitely be 
 in order. A few places have complimentary shuttles. ;-)

 Suggestions from those who might be attending would be greatly 
 appreciated.

 Regards,
 Dawn DiPietro

 Sam Tetherow wrote:

 
 Now I really wish I could make it in May with Peter planning the 
 extra curricular.
 Honestly, I would avoid the poker as it really does kill the 
 conversation for the most part.
 An organized dinner as well as finding a decent bar that is within 
 walking distance of most of the hotels, both announced prior to the 
 conference would probably help to get more people together after hours.

 Sam Tetherow
 Sandhills Wireless
   
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Re: [WISPA] Orlando

2007-04-04 Thread Dawn DiPietro

All,

Below is a link to the first review I came across on Maggiano’s Little 
Italy. To summarize, the restaurant critic mentions that the pasta was 
waterlogged and the desserts were ok but not great. Maybe he was just 
having a bad night. ;-) There are a couple of other Italian restaurants 
in the area but they are pricey.


http://orlandocitybeat.metromix.com/restaurants/orlent-restaurants-dinner-maggiano-s,0,7310723.story?coll=orlnatent-rest-headlines

Peter do you have any thoughts on this? Have you had a different 
experience with this restaurant?


Regards,
Dawn DiPietro

Peter R. wrote:

I'll take Sam's advice and pre-plan.

Couple of notes:

The ISPCON is at the Rosen Centre Hotel @ 9840 International Drive, 
Orlando, Florida 32819, not to be confused with the Rosen Plaza Hotel 
@ 9700 International Drive. Use Kayak.com to find your best room rate 
near here.


There are two entertainment spots within 2 miles on International 
Drive: Pointe Orlando (http://www.pointeorlando.com/) and the Mercado. 
(There's a trolley available on International Drive, but traffic is so 
deep, walking can be faster).


How about dinner on May 23 at Maggiano’s Little Italy? After dinner 
there are many bars available in the Pointe Orlando complex. (On May 
24 is ISP-CEO).


Why attend the show? The exhibits and the education. Lots of case 
studies are being lined up for this one.


Hope to see you there. RSVP for the dinner so I can save a private room.

Regards,

Peter


Dawn DiPietro wrote:


All,

I have been working on that very issue for the last few weeks and 
will keep you all posted.
There are a ton of choices of restaurants north of the conference 
hotel about 2 miles on
International Drive but I have no prior experience with the area so 
some input from Peter
would definitely be in order. A few places have complimentary 
shuttles. ;-)


Suggestions from those who might be attending would be greatly 
appreciated.


Regards,
Dawn DiPietro

Sam Tetherow wrote:

Now I really wish I could make it in May with Peter planning the 
extra curricular.
Honestly, I would avoid the poker as it really does kill the 
conversation for the most part.
An organized dinner as well as finding a decent bar that is within 
walking distance of most of the hotels, both announced prior to the 
conference would probably help to get more people together after hours.


Sam Tetherow
Sandhills Wireless




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RE: [WISPA] Orlando

2007-04-04 Thread Jeff Broadwick
I've always enjoyed the Japan restaurant in Epcot.  I think you need a park
ticket to get in there though... 

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Dawn DiPietro
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 7:34 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Orlando

All,

Below is a link to the first review I came across on Maggiano's Little
Italy. To summarize, the restaurant critic mentions that the pasta was
waterlogged and the desserts were ok but not great. Maybe he was just having
a bad night. ;-) There are a couple of other Italian restaurants in the area
but they are pricey.

http://orlandocitybeat.metromix.com/restaurants/orlent-restaurants-dinner-ma
ggiano-s,0,7310723.story?coll=orlnatent-rest-headlines

Peter do you have any thoughts on this? Have you had a different experience
with this restaurant?

Regards,
Dawn DiPietro

Peter R. wrote:
 I'll take Sam's advice and pre-plan.

 Couple of notes:

 The ISPCON is at the Rosen Centre Hotel @ 9840 International Drive, 
 Orlando, Florida 32819, not to be confused with the Rosen Plaza Hotel 
 @ 9700 International Drive. Use Kayak.com to find your best room rate 
 near here.

 There are two entertainment spots within 2 miles on International
 Drive: Pointe Orlando (http://www.pointeorlando.com/) and the Mercado. 
 (There's a trolley available on International Drive, but traffic is so 
 deep, walking can be faster).

 How about dinner on May 23 at Maggiano's Little Italy? After dinner 
 there are many bars available in the Pointe Orlando complex. (On May
 24 is ISP-CEO).

 Why attend the show? The exhibits and the education. Lots of case 
 studies are being lined up for this one.

 Hope to see you there. RSVP for the dinner so I can save a private room.

 Regards,

 Peter


 Dawn DiPietro wrote:

 All,

 I have been working on that very issue for the last few weeks and 
 will keep you all posted.
 There are a ton of choices of restaurants north of the conference 
 hotel about 2 miles on International Drive but I have no prior 
 experience with the area so some input from Peter would definitely be 
 in order. A few places have complimentary shuttles. ;-)

 Suggestions from those who might be attending would be greatly 
 appreciated.

 Regards,
 Dawn DiPietro

 Sam Tetherow wrote:

 Now I really wish I could make it in May with Peter planning the 
 extra curricular.
 Honestly, I would avoid the poker as it really does kill the 
 conversation for the most part.
 An organized dinner as well as finding a decent bar that is within 
 walking distance of most of the hotels, both announced prior to the 
 conference would probably help to get more people together after hours.

 Sam Tetherow
 Sandhills Wireless


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RE: [WISPA] Orlando

2007-04-04 Thread Jeff Broadwick
I stayed at the Holiday Inn Express just north of Downtown Disney last time.
Nice hotel, and it was about $100/night.

You can count me and Doug Hass in on the dinner Peter.  Thanks!

Jeff
 

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Peter R.
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 12:35 AM
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Subject: [WISPA] Orlando

I'll take Sam's advice and pre-plan.

Couple of notes:

The ISPCON is at the Rosen Centre Hotel @ 9840 International Drive, Orlando,
Florida 32819, not to be confused with the Rosen Plaza Hotel @ 9700
International Drive. Use Kayak.com to find your best room rate near here.

There are two entertainment spots within 2 miles on International Drive: 
Pointe Orlando (http://www.pointeorlando.com/) and the Mercado. (There's a
trolley available on International Drive, but traffic is so deep, walking
can be faster).

How about dinner on May 23 at Maggiano's Little Italy? After dinner there
are many bars available in the Pointe Orlando complex. (On May 24 is
ISP-CEO).

Why attend the show? The exhibits and the education. Lots of case studies
are being lined up for this one.

Hope to see you there. RSVP for the dinner so I can save a private room.

Regards,

Peter


Dawn DiPietro wrote:

 All,

 I have been working on that very issue for the last few weeks and will 
 keep you all posted.
 There are a ton of choices of restaurants north of the conference 
 hotel about 2 miles on International Drive but I have no prior 
 experience with the area so some input from Peter would definitely be 
 in order. A few places have complimentary shuttles. ;-)

 Suggestions from those who might be attending would be greatly 
 appreciated.

 Regards,
 Dawn DiPietro

 Sam Tetherow wrote:

 Now I really wish I could make it in May with Peter planning the 
 extra curricular.
 Honestly, I would avoid the poker as it really does kill the 
 conversation for the most part.
 An organized dinner as well as finding a decent bar that is within 
 walking distance of most of the hotels, both announced prior to the 
 conference would probably help to get more people together after hours.

 Sam Tetherow
 Sandhills Wireless

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Re: [WISPA] Orlando

2007-04-04 Thread Carl A jeptha
So that explains why you became a wisp, you stayed at a Holiday Inn 
Express (See TV Ad for the joke). ;-)


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Jeff Broadwick wrote:

I stayed at the Holiday Inn Express just north of Downtown Disney last time.
Nice hotel, and it was about $100/night.

You can count me and Doug Hass in on the dinner Peter.  Thanks!

Jeff
 


-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Peter R.
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 12:35 AM
To: WISPA General List
Subject: [WISPA] Orlando

I'll take Sam's advice and pre-plan.

Couple of notes:

The ISPCON is at the Rosen Centre Hotel @ 9840 International Drive, Orlando,
Florida 32819, not to be confused with the Rosen Plaza Hotel @ 9700
International Drive. Use Kayak.com to find your best room rate near here.

There are two entertainment spots within 2 miles on International Drive: 
Pointe Orlando (http://www.pointeorlando.com/) and the Mercado. (There's a

trolley available on International Drive, but traffic is so deep, walking
can be faster).

How about dinner on May 23 at Maggiano's Little Italy? After dinner there
are many bars available in the Pointe Orlando complex. (On May 24 is
ISP-CEO).

Why attend the show? The exhibits and the education. Lots of case studies
are being lined up for this one.

Hope to see you there. RSVP for the dinner so I can save a private room.

Regards,

Peter


Dawn DiPietro wrote:

  

All,

I have been working on that very issue for the last few weeks and will 
keep you all posted.
There are a ton of choices of restaurants north of the conference 
hotel about 2 miles on International Drive but I have no prior 
experience with the area so some input from Peter would definitely be 
in order. A few places have complimentary shuttles. ;-)


Suggestions from those who might be attending would be greatly 
appreciated.


Regards,
Dawn DiPietro

Sam Tetherow wrote:


Now I really wish I could make it in May with Peter planning the 
extra curricular.
Honestly, I would avoid the poker as it really does kill the 
conversation for the most part.
An organized dinner as well as finding a decent bar that is within 
walking distance of most of the hotels, both announced prior to the 
conference would probably help to get more people together after hours.


Sam Tetherow
Sandhills Wireless
  

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RE: [WISPA] Orlando

2007-04-04 Thread Charles Wu
Maggiono's is a fun place to go to
Bring a minimum of 4 people so you can qualify for the family dinner --
and then make sure you bring your appetite =)

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-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Dawn DiPietro
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 6:34 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Orlando

All,

Below is a link to the first review I came across on Maggiano's Little
Italy. To summarize, the restaurant critic mentions that the pasta was
waterlogged and the desserts were ok but not great. Maybe he was just
having a bad night. ;-) There are a couple of other Italian restaurants
in the area but they are pricey.

http://orlandocitybeat.metromix.com/restaurants/orlent-restaurants-dinne
r-maggiano-s,0,7310723.story?coll=orlnatent-rest-headlines

Peter do you have any thoughts on this? Have you had a different
experience with this restaurant?

Regards,
Dawn DiPietro

Peter R. wrote:
 I'll take Sam's advice and pre-plan.

 Couple of notes:

 The ISPCON is at the Rosen Centre Hotel @ 9840 International Drive, 
 Orlando, Florida 32819, not to be confused with the Rosen Plaza Hotel 
 @ 9700 International Drive. Use Kayak.com to find your best room rate 
 near here.

 There are two entertainment spots within 2 miles on International
 Drive: Pointe Orlando (http://www.pointeorlando.com/) and the Mercado.

 (There's a trolley available on International Drive, but traffic is so

 deep, walking can be faster).

 How about dinner on May 23 at Maggiano's Little Italy? After dinner 
 there are many bars available in the Pointe Orlando complex. (On May
 24 is ISP-CEO).

 Why attend the show? The exhibits and the education. Lots of case 
 studies are being lined up for this one.

 Hope to see you there. RSVP for the dinner so I can save a private
room.

 Regards,

 Peter


 Dawn DiPietro wrote:

 All,

 I have been working on that very issue for the last few weeks and 
 will keep you all posted.
 There are a ton of choices of restaurants north of the conference 
 hotel about 2 miles on International Drive but I have no prior 
 experience with the area so some input from Peter would definitely be

 in order. A few places have complimentary shuttles. ;-)

 Suggestions from those who might be attending would be greatly 
 appreciated.

 Regards,
 Dawn DiPietro

 Sam Tetherow wrote:

 Now I really wish I could make it in May with Peter planning the 
 extra curricular.
 Honestly, I would avoid the poker as it really does kill the 
 conversation for the most part.
 An organized dinner as well as finding a decent bar that is within 
 walking distance of most of the hotels, both announced prior to the 
 conference would probably help to get more people together after
hours.

 Sam Tetherow
 Sandhills Wireless


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Re: [WISPA] Orlando

2007-04-04 Thread Dawn DiPietro

Charles,

Thank you for your sharing your experience with the list.

Regards,
Dawn DiPietro

Charles Wu wrote:

Maggiono's is a fun place to go to
Bring a minimum of 4 people so you can qualify for the family dinner --
and then make sure you bring your appetite =)

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-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Dawn DiPietro
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 6:34 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Orlando

All,

Below is a link to the first review I came across on Maggiano's Little
Italy. To summarize, the restaurant critic mentions that the pasta was
waterlogged and the desserts were ok but not great. Maybe he was just
having a bad night. ;-) There are a couple of other Italian restaurants
in the area but they are pricey.

http://orlandocitybeat.metromix.com/restaurants/orlent-restaurants-dinne
r-maggiano-s,0,7310723.story?coll=orlnatent-rest-headlines

Peter do you have any thoughts on this? Have you had a different
experience with this restaurant?

Regards,
Dawn DiPietro

Peter R. wrote:
  

I'll take Sam's advice and pre-plan.

Couple of notes:

The ISPCON is at the Rosen Centre Hotel @ 9840 International Drive, 
Orlando, Florida 32819, not to be confused with the Rosen Plaza Hotel 
@ 9700 International Drive. Use Kayak.com to find your best room rate 
near here.


There are two entertainment spots within 2 miles on International
Drive: Pointe Orlando (http://www.pointeorlando.com/) and the Mercado.



  

(There's a trolley available on International Drive, but traffic is so



  

deep, walking can be faster).

How about dinner on May 23 at Maggiano's Little Italy? After dinner 
there are many bars available in the Pointe Orlando complex. (On May

24 is ISP-CEO).

Why attend the show? The exhibits and the education. Lots of case 
studies are being lined up for this one.


Hope to see you there. RSVP for the dinner so I can save a private


room.
  

Regards,

Peter


Dawn DiPietro wrote:



All,

I have been working on that very issue for the last few weeks and 
will keep you all posted.
There are a ton of choices of restaurants north of the conference 
hotel about 2 miles on International Drive but I have no prior 
experience with the area so some input from Peter would definitely be
  


  

in order. A few places have complimentary shuttles. ;-)

Suggestions from those who might be attending would be greatly 
appreciated.


Regards,
Dawn DiPietro

Sam Tetherow wrote:

  
Now I really wish I could make it in May with Peter planning the 
extra curricular.
Honestly, I would avoid the poker as it really does kill the 
conversation for the most part.
An organized dinner as well as finding a decent bar that is within 
walking distance of most of the hotels, both announced prior to the 
conference would probably help to get more people together after


hours.
  

Sam Tetherow
Sandhills Wireless



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RE: [WISPA] Orlando

2007-04-04 Thread Jeff Broadwick
But I'm not a wisp...I work for a manufacturer...how does that add up?!?!
:-) 

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Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 8:09 AM
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Subject: Re: [WISPA] Orlando

So that explains why you became a wisp, you stayed at a Holiday Inn Express
(See TV Ad for the joke). ;-)

You have a Good Day now,


Carl A Jeptha
http://www.airnet.ca
Office Phone: 905 349-2084
Office Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm
skype cajeptha



Jeff Broadwick wrote:
 I stayed at the Holiday Inn Express just north of Downtown Disney last
time.
 Nice hotel, and it was about $100/night.

 You can count me and Doug Hass in on the dinner Peter.  Thanks!

 Jeff
  

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 On Behalf Of Peter R.
 Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2007 12:35 AM
 To: WISPA General List
 Subject: [WISPA] Orlando

 I'll take Sam's advice and pre-plan.

 Couple of notes:

 The ISPCON is at the Rosen Centre Hotel @ 9840 International Drive, 
 Orlando, Florida 32819, not to be confused with the Rosen Plaza Hotel 
 @ 9700 International Drive. Use Kayak.com to find your best room rate near
here.

 There are two entertainment spots within 2 miles on International Drive: 
 Pointe Orlando (http://www.pointeorlando.com/) and the Mercado. 
 (There's a trolley available on International Drive, but traffic is so 
 deep, walking can be faster).

 How about dinner on May 23 at Maggiano's Little Italy? After dinner 
 there are many bars available in the Pointe Orlando complex. (On May 
 24 is ISP-CEO).

 Why attend the show? The exhibits and the education. Lots of case 
 studies are being lined up for this one.

 Hope to see you there. RSVP for the dinner so I can save a private room.

 Regards,

 Peter


 Dawn DiPietro wrote:

   
 All,

 I have been working on that very issue for the last few weeks and 
 will keep you all posted.
 There are a ton of choices of restaurants north of the conference 
 hotel about 2 miles on International Drive but I have no prior 
 experience with the area so some input from Peter would definitely be 
 in order. A few places have complimentary shuttles. ;-)

 Suggestions from those who might be attending would be greatly 
 appreciated.

 Regards,
 Dawn DiPietro

 Sam Tetherow wrote:

 
 Now I really wish I could make it in May with Peter planning the 
 extra curricular.
 Honestly, I would avoid the poker as it really does kill the 
 conversation for the most part.
 An organized dinner as well as finding a decent bar that is within 
 walking distance of most of the hotels, both announced prior to the 
 conference would probably help to get more people together after hours.

 Sam Tetherow
 Sandhills Wireless
   
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Re: [WISPA] Orlando

2007-04-04 Thread Peter R.
Maggiano's isn't the best Italian restaurant, but we have eaten at the 
Tampa one a number of times.
It works best for groups, since you can get the family style - and 
bottomless dishes.


Remember this about reviews: People are more likely to complain than 
compliment.


I suggested Maggiano's because it was close, relatively inexpensive, and 
everyone leaves full.


Peter

Dawn DiPietro wrote:


All,

Below is a link to the first review I came across on Maggiano’s Little 
Italy. To summarize, the restaurant critic mentions that the pasta was 
waterlogged and the desserts were ok but not great. Maybe he was just 
having a bad night. ;-) There are a couple of other Italian 
restaurants in the area but they are pricey.


http://orlandocitybeat.metromix.com/restaurants/orlent-restaurants-dinner-maggiano-s,0,7310723.story?coll=orlnatent-rest-headlines 



Peter do you have any thoughts on this? Have you had a different 
experience with this restaurant?


Regards,
Dawn DiPietro

Peter R. wrote:


I'll take Sam's advice and pre-plan.

Couple of notes:

The ISPCON is at the Rosen Centre Hotel @ 9840 International Drive, 
Orlando, Florida 32819, not to be confused with the Rosen Plaza Hotel 
@ 9700 International Drive. Use Kayak.com to find your best room rate 
near here.


There are two entertainment spots within 2 miles on International 
Drive: Pointe Orlando (http://www.pointeorlando.com/) and the 
Mercado. (There's a trolley available on International Drive, but 
traffic is so deep, walking can be faster).


How about dinner on May 23 at Maggiano’s Little Italy? After dinner 
there are many bars available in the Pointe Orlando complex. (On May 
24 is ISP-CEO).


Why attend the show? The exhibits and the education. Lots of case 
studies are being lined up for this one.


Hope to see you there. RSVP for the dinner so I can save a private room.

Regards,

Peter



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Re: [WISPA] Orlando

2007-04-04 Thread Peter R.

Jeff Broadwick wrote:


I've always enjoyed the Japan restaurant in Epcot.  I think you need a park
ticket to get in there though... 

 


Yep. You need a $58 Epcot ticket to get in.

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RE: [WISPA] Orlando

2007-04-04 Thread chris cooper
Sounds like running a restaurant is akin to running a wisp

c

Remember this about reviews: People are more likely to complain than 
compliment.



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Re: [WISPA] Orlando

2007-04-04 Thread Dawn DiPietro

Peter,

You are so right about critics and that is why I asked what your 
thoughts were. Thank you! As far as I know we plan to attend.


Regards,
Dawn DiPietro


Peter R. wrote:
Maggiano's isn't the best Italian restaurant, but we have eaten at the 
Tampa one a number of times.
It works best for groups, since you can get the family style - and 
bottomless dishes.


Remember this about reviews: People are more likely to complain than 
compliment.


I suggested Maggiano's because it was close, relatively inexpensive, 
and everyone leaves full.


Peter

Dawn DiPietro wrote:


All,

Below is a link to the first review I came across on Maggiano’s 
Little Italy. To summarize, the restaurant critic mentions that the 
pasta was waterlogged and the desserts were ok but not great. Maybe 
he was just having a bad night. ;-) There are a couple of other 
Italian restaurants in the area but they are pricey.


http://orlandocitybeat.metromix.com/restaurants/orlent-restaurants-dinner-maggiano-s,0,7310723.story?coll=orlnatent-rest-headlines 



Peter do you have any thoughts on this? Have you had a different 
experience with this restaurant?


Regards,
Dawn DiPietro

Peter R. wrote:


I'll take Sam's advice and pre-plan.

Couple of notes:

The ISPCON is at the Rosen Centre Hotel @ 9840 International Drive, 
Orlando, Florida 32819, not to be confused with the Rosen Plaza 
Hotel @ 9700 International Drive. Use Kayak.com to find your best 
room rate near here.


There are two entertainment spots within 2 miles on International 
Drive: Pointe Orlando (http://www.pointeorlando.com/) and the 
Mercado. (There's a trolley available on International Drive, but 
traffic is so deep, walking can be faster).


How about dinner on May 23 at Maggiano’s Little Italy? After dinner 
there are many bars available in the Pointe Orlando complex. (On May 
24 is ISP-CEO).


Why attend the show? The exhibits and the education. Lots of case 
studies are being lined up for this one.


Hope to see you there. RSVP for the dinner so I can save a private 
room.


Regards,

Peter




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