[Translation] transportation page
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Sun Oct 5 08:08:32 PDT 2008
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> From: manager at rockyhigh66.org
> To: translation at anticipationsf.ca
> Date: Sat, 4 Oct 2008 00:43:26 -0500
> Subject: [Translation] transportation page
> Hi team!
> Please translate -
> We have several ways (the usual suspects) to get to your hotel from
> Montréal-Trudeau airport.
> Make your reservations through the company.
> * National Alamo: 1–800–462–5266
> * Avis: 1–800-TRY-AVIS
> * Budget: 1–800–472–3325
> * Dollar- Thrifty: 1–800–800–4000
> * Enterprise: 1–800-RENT-A-CAR
> * Hertz: 1–800–263–0600
> Shuttle Bus
> The Montreal-Trudeau L’Aérobus shuttle service runs from the airport to the
> Central Bus Staion on
> Berri Street, where a free hotel shuttle bus runs to the Worldcon hotels
> (we’re checking for
> exceptions). Adult fare CDN$15.
> Public Transit
> To get in to Montreal, you can catch the #204 East bus at the airport’s
> Departures entrance on the
> ground level. It goes two places: you want the “Gare de Dorval” bus. >From the
> Dorval train station, you can catch a commuter train into Montreal.
> You can take a commuter train (Montreal-Dorion line) to the airport. It leaves
> from downtown’s Windsor Station and Vendôme metro station. It stops at the
> Dorval train station. From there, the #204 bus will drop you off at the airport.
> Taxis & Limousines
> Taxis aren’t hard to find. Flat rate of CDN$35 to and from the airport. Limo
> flat rate is CDN$60.
> The Amtrak Adirondack service runs daily between NY city and Montréal. The
> arrival station is at the Hilton Bonaventure, one of our Worldcon hotels.
> Thanks a lot,
> humble web minion
> from manager at rockyhigh66.org Mike McMillan
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