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Re: paduca or huston? 07 May 2013 00:07 #103115

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thank you ever so much for the answer, now i can start dreaming :D
i really hope that i can make it.
for the moment i will start saving...for shopping it is :D
huston wait for me
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Re: paduca or huston? 06 May 2013 21:42 #103109

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yes!


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Re: paduca or huston? 06 May 2013 20:14 #103103

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In Houston, is there a chance of getting lodging if you're not on a wait list a year ahead of time?
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Re: paduca or huston? 06 May 2013 08:12 #103069

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Like Connie said, the logistics of visiting the Houston show are easier because everything is in one place. And...there is the 1:00 "Meet & Greet" at the TQS booth and one evening we try to get together for dinner in Houston that we don't don't do in Paducah.


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Re: paduca or huston? 06 May 2013 06:20 #103065

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I can only speak to the Paducah side of things, since I've never been to the Houston show (but I've got reservations for this year. :D ). My understanding is that Houston is self-contained (EVERYTHING under one roof in the convention center), urban, and large (60,000 visitors vs 30,000 for Paducah. At Paducah, the quilt exhibits are all at the convention center, but there are several other venues worth visiting, such as the Rotary antique quilt show, the National Quilt Museum (where all the prior best-of-show quilts live), Eleanor Burns' tent show, etc. The atmosphere is very friendly, very "small town USA". There is airline service to Paducah from Chicago, but I would imagine that booking a flight into Houston would give you many more options. I am sure that either one would be an AWESOME experience for you!


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paduca or huston? 06 May 2013 01:39 #103063

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hi all,
what do you recommend for the europeans - paduca or huston? (that we have only budget for one)
thanks for answer
i dare to wish that may be next year or more 2 years i will visit your side of the world.
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