[Exi-bay-announce] Oct 30 - Richard Dawkins In conversation with Roy Eisenhardt
amara at amara.com
Wed Oct 4 16:06:36 UTC 2006
>I don't know what exact days
>Amara will be here, perhaps she will comment.
The dates are fairly open because I think I will be driving from SoCal,
and can choose when to be there.
> It has been suggested we
>hit Passands in Santa Clara, being as there is stuff there for
>vegetarians if we have any, and if you don't do spices they have some
>mild edibles there, and they can do groups of a dozen easily.
This will be new to me. That sounds good.
>Countersuggestions welcome as we are still in the pre-sketchy phase.
>Amara if you have a fave in the hood, do suggest.
I think many of my favorites will no longer exist. There used to
be a great Ethiopian restaurant named The Red Sea in San Jose, but
I don't remember how well it handled groups of people. I like Indian
food (practically doesn't exist in Rome). Even though I like sushi
alot, I will be filling up on that everywhere, so it's not important
if it is the food for our group dinner.
> It would be cool to
>hit Keplers together and talk books on the 29th either in addition to or
>instead of the dinner.
So the plan is _at least_ the 29th.. let's leave open the second
gettogether (I'm not sure yet).
Greetings from an interferometry school in Grenoble,
Amara Graps, PhD www.amara.com
Istituto di Fisica dello Spazio Interplanetario (IFSI), Roma, ITALIA
Associate Research Scientist, Planetary Science Institute (PSI), Tucson
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