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Just my local two cents worth -- yes the Bolt Bus is the best choice in
regards to drop-off point.  It is just on the street rather than in a
sttaion but it should as mentioned be easy to get from there to the hotel.
Thanks.

Gene

On Tue, Apr 17, 2018 at 7:50 PM, Gary Gottlieb <[log in to unmask]>
wrote:

> Eli is right, there is a vast difference between bus services. If you want
> to compare all buses including departure and arrival locations along with
> price and timetables try https://www.wanderu.com/
>
> The train is more serene, however the bus is much less expensive,
> especially as the event gets closer. Just like flights, train tickets cost
> much more as the travel date nears.
>
> Gary Gottlieb
> Co-Chair, AES Historical Committee, DC Section Secretary, and Former
> Governor, Audio Engineering Society
> Executive Director,St. Louis Audio Project
> http://stlaudio.org/
> Author, Shaping Sound in the Studio and Beyond, Recording on the Go & How
> Does It Sound Now? (Winner of the 2010 ARSC Award for Excellence in
> Historical Recorded Sound Research)
> http://stlaudio.org/gottlieb/
>
> On Tue, Apr 17, 2018 at 7:36 PM, Eli Bildirici <
> [log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
> > Just booked at the last minute. For anybody on the Eastern Seaboard
> > looking at transportation options - I opted to go with a bus, given the
> > relative expense in comparison to trains (which are also notoriously
> > unreliable thanks to our wonderful, forward-thinking political leaders).
> I
> > found that different companies will have different pickup/drop-off
> > locations. MegaBus will leave you somewhere on the outskirts of town -
> > would take another hour to get to the hotel by public transportation -
> but
> > BoltBus will drop you off somewhere near Baltimore's Penn Station. There
> > are other options I'm sure, but regardless, pay attention to where the
> > drop-off location is - I only bothered to check at the last minute.
> >
> > Eli
> >
>