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Postby jarkko » Tue Jan 20, 2004 7:34 pm

Here is an alternative hotel for our Event participants.
For full lodging info go to http://www.leonardcohenfiles.com/janupdate.html

We have now confirmed a block of rooms at the Southgate Tower, 371 7th Avenue, in Midtown Manhatten. They are offering a studio suite for $115.00 plus tax or a one bedroom suite for $150.00 plus tax. The accommodations are very nice and several of our Event Committee members stayed there for the Leonard Cohen tribute concert in Brooklyn last June.

The hotel is located about seven blocks south of Times Square across from Madison Square Garden and Pennsylvania Station. There is a direct subway connection up Broadway to Columbia and it is walking distance to the Chelsea Hotel. It is also one block from Macy's the largest department store in Manhatten.

For more information, go to the Southgate Tower website at http://affinia.com/6_9_sou_overview.cfm

To make a reservation, (from the United State and Canada), please call tollfree 866-233-4642 and tell the reservationist that you are part of the "Leonard Cohen Event" block of rooms. For our friends in Europe and elsewhere, reservations may be requested via email by sending it to: reservations@affinia.com. Please mention the group block name.
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Postby jarkko » Wed Jan 21, 2004 12:24 am

There is also the much cheaper alternative - the dorms at Columbia:
a double is $80 and a single is $55 per night For full details and link to
Columbia Housing website go to http://www.leonardcohenfiles.com/janupdate.html

I believe most of our participants (including Eija & I) are going to choose the dorms - very good price/quality ratio, and very near our Event nerve center!

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