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Konacha last won the day on December 19 2017

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About Konacha

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  1. Finding Member ID

    Thanks for the information, however I found it as one of the e-mails with the ID was saved on my sister's computer when I forward the information to her.
  2. Finding Member ID

    I am trying to register for Otakon however I noticed that I lost my member ID when my computer crashed and I lost all my e-mails saved to my PC. Is there anyway to find the member ID? I knew Otakon use to have something like that years ago but I can't find or remember where it is.
  3. Parking Feedback for 2018

    I will say this, if you want to save some money try signing up to the e-mail lists of something like Spot Hero or Parking Panda. They will send out discount codes every once in a while in which you can use for the parking garages. The place I parked at was only 40 dollars for 3 nights when normally it would be $60 thanks to the coupon. Normally, 9 out of 10 times, I would just junk the e-mails since right now my next time I'm going to DC will be in Spring but it saved me 20 dollars when I did need it.
  4. Hotels

    I remember when looking for the Marriott that I didn't see it at first. It was all the way at the bottom of the list. I thought I missed it at first until I saw it. I really liked the tunnel last year because it was raining a lot and I hardly got wet.
  5. Hotels

    Dang Otakon, screwing up people with the link to the hotel room page. I'm glad I went on twitter to find the real link. That said, I'm happy that I'm back in the Marriott again. Now I can cancel that out of block rate. Marriott was so good.
  6. Hotels

    Ha, I'm so glad they aren't up yet. I forgot about the Otakon room block for a few weeks until just now. Typically I would keep an eye on Otakon's website and forums for a date. In fact, I'm starting to think other people might also forget about the Otakon hotel block being open since typically hotels open up a month after the con. It has been over 3 months since Otakon ended and it isn't on my mind right now.
  7. Hotels

    I think one reason is that some of these hotels only stay up for less than 30 seconds. I remember last year how quickly Marriott was gone and I was using 4 computers at the time. Plus what helped is that nobody showed up in my office at the time so I was able to grab it. One year I lost Days Inn back in Baltimore because some clients came in 2 minutes before they went up and they needed to talk with me. I'm worried that I won't get it this year as people are aiming for that one.
  8. My problems were more of the hotel than Otakon so those will be in that topic. The Good Size of the con. My god how nice it was not to bump into people all the time Dealers Room had some really good vendors this year. I spent way more than I normally do thanks to the vendors. Artist Alley, again, thanks to the size it felt like we had many more this year. I got into the panels with no problems and rooms never seemed to be all full up. The Bad Maps. While I was happy to see full size maps everywhere. It took me longer than I should have as they had no "You are Here" notes on them Rain. Not really Otakon's fault but the Friday night I got wet trying to get food then later on I got sick (also due to the lack of sleep) Lines. The main problem is that I could never seem to find any organization of the lines for the panels. It seemed to be all over the place or people would randomly line up. Due to the size of everything I didn't miss anything but man we need them better organized. The Ugly The bag check. I'm sorry but everything about that was a full waste of time and joke that caused the most problems for me. I know it seemed to be required by the DCCC but half the time they just "shook" the bag and didn't open it. Due to that it opened my pills in my bag and they were all in the bottom of my bag. When they did open the bag they seemed to be looking for a cartoon bomb than a real bomb. If they used any type of stuff I've seen the Mythbusters used they wouldn't be able to find anything. Heck, I've seen Disney World put more work into bag check than they did.