The NOTOCON XI conference hotel has sold out of rooms. There are several nearby hotels listed below, at a range of price points. The NOTOCON Onsite Chair has provided a list of nearby hotels with some details (shown below in italics) about each one, as well as current prices at the time of this posting.
- Extended Stay America Orlando-Altamonte Springs: $75/night, 0.2 miles from the conference hotel. This is the only option within reasonable walking distance to the NOTOCON hotel.
- Embassy Suites by Hilton Orlando North: $96/night, 0.8 miles from the conference hotel.
- Ramada Altamonte Springs: $79/night, 1 mile from conference hotel: A couple who travels regularly to Orlando for events stays at this property and they like it.
- Hampton Inn & Suites Orlando-North/Altamonte Springs: $88/night, 1.1 miles from conference hotel. We have no experience with this hotel, but it’s a good chain.
- Days Inn & Suites Altamonte Springs: $67/night – 1.2 miles from the conference hotel. A cute, small, no frills option; but a decent budget hotel.
- Residence Inn by Marriott Orlando Altamonte Springs/Maitland: $109/night, 1.2 miles from the conference hotel. A very nice property.
LOOKING FOR A ROOMMATE?
Those looking for a roommate should please e-mail email@example.com to be introduced to potential roommates. Please note that the NOTOCON staff will do our best to coordinate roomshares, but we can not guarantee everyone who requests a roommate will be matched up. We strongly recommend having a backup option in the event we are unable to match you.
HOW TO REGISTER
This presentation has sold out, but registration for the waitlist is available. In the event a spot opens up, the person(s) selected from the waitlist will be notified via e-mail and will then have 72 hours to complete their registration. There will still be the additional cost of $35 to attend this presentation for anyone selected from the waitlist.
LA DOLCE VITA
Soror Ixel Balamke & Frater Hunahpu, Leaping Laughter Lodge
In Rome, one cannot experience their life without realizing that they have “La Dolce Vita” (the good life). Even though magic was illegal to practice in the Roman Empire, this did not stop people from practicing magic. This presentation will examine the folk magic of everyday Romans. Some of these practices will look familiar to Thelemites, while some practices will seem rather silly, and others are nothing less than amore. We will also taste five Italian wines. Italians make wine to complement food; Italians do not separate wine from food. To Italians, wine is food. In order to better to examine the wine, we will pair a particular food from the region that the wine is created to enhance your tasting experience.