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Yeh Okay I was a bit OTT.

However, the 1 hour was not from woodlands. Try this in the rush hour. Go from the royal infirnary to woodlands 15 mins, quick 5 miute change at home. jump back in car and 30 mins from woodlands to EK, find hotel, park car, walk into foyer and find room. It all adds up.

I have organised many events like this (years ago). Rule No1, If it is work related, do it during work hours and get the people there and back before 5pm. If it is personally related, do it out of hours.

You know I think I'll actually go just to see an iyonix. I'll let you know how long it takes. Cheers Bob

 is a RISC OS Usernijinsky on 15/10/06 2:01PM
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