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The IETF 91 connectivity sponsor Time Warner Cable has provided a code to allow attendees free access to the public TWC-WiFi access points in the Waikiki area. The code will be active from November 5th through November 19th for attendees who are traveling early or staying late.
Use the promo code IETF2014
SpeediShuttle is the only authorized on demand shuttle service provider at the Honolulu airport and has greeters stationed throughout the terminals. They are also the only airport shuttle that can drop off and pick up guests in the Main Lobby at the resort. SpeediShuttle's Mercedes-Benz shuttles are equipped with GPS technology, which allows the staff to manage the service on a timely basis and also has kept them in the highest ranking for safety in the industry. SpeediShuttle prides itself in providing every guest with the best customer service. So sit back and enjoy a relaxing ride with SpeediShuttle to the Hilton Hawaiian Village.
Shared Ride Starting at $14.55 (Arrival) and $13.60 (Departure) Exclusive Shuttle $128.07 (Arrival) and $120.85 (Departure)
Public Bus Service - Oahu Transportation Services offers “The Bus” public bus transportation routes to all parts of Oahu. For information on routes, times and fares please call (808) 848-5555 or visit the web site at www.thebus.org. (From a cursory glance at the Web site it looks as if the 19, 20 and 42 bus lines go from the airport to the Kalia Rd + Paoa Pl Stop (ID: 886), which is just outside the Hilton Hawaiian Village property, and the trip looks to take about an hour.) NOTE: From “The Bus” website: “Baggage that can be stored under a passenger's seat or on a passenger's lap, that will not protrude to another seat or otherwise interfere with other passengers, will be admitted at no charge.” The maximum size is 22“x14”x9“ (i.e., carry-on size). http://www.thebus.org/howtoride/RulesReg.asp?l=
Arrival Coordination for ease of taxi sharing to the Hilton Hawaiian Village.
Departure Coordination for ease of taxi sharing to the airport.
The official languages of Hawaii are English and Hawaiian.
Charly's Taxi provides general taxi service and is located at the Hilton Hawaiian Village®. They offer several different options for transportation to and from the airport as well as around Honolulu. For reservations and information call (808) 947-0077 or Ext. 75255 from the resort or visit www.charleystaxi.com.
Public transportation is available through TheBus. One way fare on TheBus is $2.50 for adults, $1.25 for children ages 6-17, children 5 and under are free with a fare-paying customer. Four-day passes (must be used on consecutive days) are $35.00 - available for purchase at ABC Stores around Honolulu (there is an ABC Store in the Ala Moana center close to the IETF 91 venue).
Hiking trails on Oahu. From beaches and bays to jungle treks to steep climbs, Oahu has a hiking trail for any ability.
(information culled from the 91attendees mailing list)
Please see https://tickets.meeting.ietf.org/wiki/IETF91network for more information about the IETF Network
If you are having issues with using an Intel Centrino card on the IETF 91 meeting network please see: https://tickets.meeting.ietf.org/wiki/CentrinoIssue
The IEEE 802 in coordination with the IAB and IESG are working on Privacy enhancements for link layer technologies. As part of this effort, we will be carrying out a Wi-Fi MAC randomization trial/experiment at IETF91.
We encourage IETF91 attendees to participate in this trial experiment!
Instructions about how to participate can be found here:
More information about the IEEE 802 Privacy group and instructions about how to join the discussion list can be found at the IEEE 802 Privacy SG site: http://www.ieee802.org/PrivRecsg/
There are a number of ICE Currency Exchanges at the Honolulu Airport.
There are a number of different bank ATMs at the Honolulu Airport.
* American Savings Bank (Money Express)
Overseas Terminal, 2nd level, across from Gate 13, left side facing lounge and escalators, behind the Visitors Information Program counter Interisland Terminal, 2nd Level, across Gate 58
* Bank of Hawaii (Bankoh Bank Machine)
Central Concourse of the Overseas Terminal, 2nd Level, next to Gate 12 Central Concourse of the Overseas Terminal, 2nd Level, next to Gate 14 Interisland Terminal, 2nd Level, across Gate 58
* First Hawaiian Bank (ATM)
Interisland Terminal, 2nd Level, across Gate 58 Outside Foreign Arrivals Ground level vetween Baggage Claim E & F
* Cardtronics ATM
Baggage Claim H at the Ground Level, next to the Visitor Information Program (VIP) counter.
* ATM Bank Machine
Overseas Terminal, 2nd Level, across Gate 25 Rental Car area in parking lot
The closest laundromat is the Ena Road Laundromat, 478 Ena Rd, Honolulu, HI.
Whalers General Store 2005 Kalia Road Honolulu, HI 96815 (Good for snacks, sunscreen, sundries - Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort)
Foodland, 1460 South Beretania Street Honolulu, HI 96814 (about a mile from the Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort)
Down to Earth Organic and Natural, 2525 S. King Street, Honolulu
Pau Hana Market 234 Beachwalk, Honolulu Hi 96815 is a food truck park nearby - open 7am-10pm.
This is a sampling of the restaurants in the area.
If you ordered a “Nerds in Paradise” t-shirt, please be prepared to collect your t-shirt (and pay, cash only) between noon and 5pm in the IETF Registration area in the Mid-Pacific Conference Center at the Hilton Hawaiian Village.
Information on the IETF 91 Social Event (tickets going fast)
Check this page for more information about RIPE Atlas probes distribution.