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en:accommodation [2014/12/17 21:35]
yann
en:accommodation [2015/02/20 00:11]
bram [Participants looking for a Roomate]
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 +====== Participants looking for a Roommate ======
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 +|**Name**|**Email**|**Supervisor**|**Looks for**|
 +|Catherine|<​cer2377_AT_rit_DOT_edu>​|Mei Nagappan|A female student to share a hotel room|                   
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 ====== For Participants ====== ====== For Participants ======
  
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 Direct flights to Montréal are available from main hubs worldwide with a round-trip between $US 800 up to $US 1,500. Hotel cost will range between $US 700 to $US 1,120. Excellent dining is available starting at $US 20. For example, l'​Entrecôte Saint-Jacques at 394 St-Jacques Street West, offers excellent classic dinners, three course meals, for about $CA 25. Most hotels include breakfast in their room. Thus, a participant can expect to spend between $CA 200 and $CA 300 for food, excluding meals and coffee breaks during the conference. Hence, overall living expenses for an oversea'​s participant for one week in Montréal begins at $CA 2,000, including air transportation,​ but excluding conference registration. Direct flights to Montréal are available from main hubs worldwide with a round-trip between $US 800 up to $US 1,500. Hotel cost will range between $US 700 to $US 1,120. Excellent dining is available starting at $US 20. For example, l'​Entrecôte Saint-Jacques at 394 St-Jacques Street West, offers excellent classic dinners, three course meals, for about $CA 25. Most hotels include breakfast in their room. Thus, a participant can expect to spend between $CA 200 and $CA 300 for food, excluding meals and coffee breaks during the conference. Hence, overall living expenses for an oversea'​s participant for one week in Montréal begins at $CA 2,000, including air transportation,​ but excluding conference registration.
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