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Posted: Jul 8th 2010 11:44AM MrGutts said

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Not a whole of stuff to do around that new place, think it's out of the way. Not like the first test case.

Posted: Jul 8th 2010 12:45PM misterorff said

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You ain't just whistling dixie (or yankee doodle since we are talking about New England). Not only is there really nothing "nearby" but the only public transportation that goes directly there is the Silver Line. If you don't know Boston, the Silver Line isn't a Subway so much as its 2 buses glued together that occasionally get their own streets. They are cramped and, for visitors, confusing.

Also, the walk from the Convention Center so places to eat isn't that bad... as long as it isn't the dead of winter... ug.

I am just glad I have friends/family in Boston so I always have a ride around.
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Posted: Jul 8th 2010 1:28PM ScottishViking said

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This is too bad, because the location for the Hynes was amazing. But I understand the issues -- the price of success, really. Either you restrict the growth of the thing (not likely to happen) or you adapt. People will still be able to go off and do all the things they did in 2010, but it won't be as easy. But will that really change anyone's mind about attending? Not likely. I can't afford to travel to the West Coast for PAX, and I am interested in supporting the East Coast venue, so while this isn't fantastic news, I'm confident the organizers will at least make the PAX part of PAX as good as it can be.

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