I arrived into a very foggy Copenhagen yesterday evening after good flight. It was looking initially as if early arrivals such as myself were going to have to brave the metro in order to make it to their hotels from the airport , but thanks to EMC’s Sponsorship of the airport shuttles , I was able to take a coach to the Bella centre ( even If I was one of 2 on board – goes a little against the green aims of this year! )
Once dropped off at the Bella centre, I was able to register and get my rucksack and badge. In addition to this I also got a Metro pass valid until Thursday. A short metro journey from the conference to my hotel, shared with some of the VMware guys running the lab setup – I don’t think I’ve seen such a concentration of VCDX’s on public transport before 😉 I have to say on first impressions , I really like the Copenhagen Metro. Its clean , easy to navigate and runs 24/7. I’ll be making good use of to get between the various events over the next few days. I was able to meet up with some fellow Virtualisation Fanatics at Mike Laverick’s Tweetup to celebrate 10-10-10 ( or 42 in binary )
Today looks to be a pretty busy one , even for those of us not on the Partner / VCI / Developer track – The labs have been opened up early so I’m going to try and get a quick one in before taking a photo walk with Scott Herold.