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October 4, 2006

T3CONF 2006 - Live from Karlsruhe

Category: Patrick Gaumond, TYPO3

By: Patrick

So I made it. Here's a brief comment and pictures from my firsts days.

room number 404

The easiest to remember room number: Room 404 !

I leave Québec at 14:20 up to Montréal. From there I had wait 2 hours but finaly I waited 3 which frankly was not that bad. Traveling without children is so much easier...

The plane trip to Frankfurt was uneventful. I was able to sleep about 2 hours over a 7:15 hours trip. At the airport I had to wait 2 hours before meeting Michael Cannon, the only american comming here so far.

He was on time and we just took the train from the airport to  Karlsruhe, trying to get my room which, as usual, was not ready. BTW, I have the best room number someone doing stuff on the net can only dream of... I got room 404!

We had a lunch then a nap to recover for the 26 hours day we both had.

At about 19hrs we went outside , walking in the empty city (there was some German vacation day on thursday). We found a nice restaurant where I had some curry spaghetti and Michael had some penne pastas.

We made plan to have our breakfast at 8:00 but I woke up at 8:20. The buffet was fantastic. I mean instead of croissant and bread we had 2 kinds of salmon, chicken, crêpes, bacon and other stuff. That is perfect to start a day.

Later on we tried to get my connection to work by having Michael sharing his connection and that work at 80% (no TYPO3 newgroup, no MSN or Yahoo messenger). At least works!

We also had thew luck to meet the only other TYPO3Friend already there: Patrick Broens. We're going to find out a new restaurant tonight...


comment #1
Gravatar: Mario Rimann Mario Rimann October 4, 2006 19:58
Hi Patrick
That's really cool room number :-)

I'll arrive tomorrow (Thursday) during the afternoon and am curious about the room(number) we'll get.

Hope to meet you there!


comment #2
Gravatar: Thomas Thomas October 4, 2006 20:18
Hi Patrick,
that was the day of the german reunion. ;-) One of the most important days in the younger history of Germany. :-D


comment #3
Gravatar: Ingo Ingo October 6, 2006 04:38
What the heck? 404!

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