Chris Beilby (email@example.com)
Mon, 12 Jul 1999 20:52:10 -0700
Edward Ju wrote:
> >The last time I was an attendee at the Anaheim Convention
> >Center, I believe that there were eight large ballrooms allocated to the
> >Con in the hotel, plus two even larger ballroom type areas and the small
> >auditorium in the convention center itself which were set aside for us.
> >The latter two ballrooms, in the convention center facilities were
> >specifically designated as the video programming rooms, and the
> >auditorium was designated for opening and closing ceremonies, as well as
> >the movie screening room. That was the year that Tenchi Muyo in Love
> >premiered at the con, and, due to Pioneer bringing it on Video Tape
> >rather than 35mm movie stock, it had to be moved to Video 1, which was
> >pretty much full for both the Dubbed screening on Saturday and the
> >Subbed screening on Sunday. Basically, the Disneyland Hotel does not
> >have, IMHO, the facilities to support this sort of convention.
> Is the Disneyland Hotel too far to use the Convention Center facilities?
> After all, the Anaheim Hilton is almost right next to Disneyland.
It's about half a mile between the Disneyland Hotel and the Convention
Center facilities. Way too far to expect the con members to walk, as
well as too far for the infrastructure of the Con to hold up.
-- Christopher Beilby
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