Access Levels 2&3
These two classes are offered by Access Consciousness® founder, Gary Douglas or co-creator, Dr. Dain Heer. They are about giving you access to the space where you begin to recognize the truth, the potentials and the capacities of you as an infinite being.
An Invitation from Access Consciousness® founder, Gary Douglas
As you begin to recognize how different you are, you start becoming aware of the choices that you make, the choices you would like to make, and what you would like to generate as your life with ease… financially, in relationships, in your work and beyond…
|Pre-requisites:||Access Bars, Foundation and Level 1|
|Date:||10/Aug/2012 - 13/Aug/2012|
|Time:||Registration @ 08:30am. Class starts 09:30am|
222 Mason St.
San Francisco, California, USA
|Cost:||$2000US, $1100US if repeating in past 12 months. Everyone will receive a recording of the class on CD or MP3, with all the processing. The more you listen, the more dynamic the possibilities for change will be.|
|International Class Fees - only for 'Core Classes'|
|International Class Fees - only Gary Douglas and Dain Heer's Classes|
|Event Coordinator/Contact:||Kacie Crisp - 415 302-0163, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Notes:||The Hotel Nikko is in downtown San Francisco, great for sightseeing so you might like to plan an extra day or two to do that. It is summer in San Francisco which can be 80 degrees or 50 when the fog comes in so do bring a jacket or sweater for that and good walking shoes!
You can take the BART (train) from the airport to the Powell St. Station (Daly City/City line). It’s only 1-2 blocks to the Hotel Nikko from there. There’s also
shuttles that leave from the airport to downtown hotels.
The quoted rate at the Hotel Nikko is $229. Please use the reservation code - CACEES when booking (there are only 9 rooms at this rate so book early!) The Hotel Nikko is in the Union Square neighborhood, so you might be able to find a better rate using booking.com (my fave), wotif.com or others. Nob Hill is also nearby so if you find a good rate at a hotel there, jump on it. Just know you might need to run MTVSS to walk back up the hill to your hotel!
The neighborhood in one direction from the hotel is a bit on the dicey side (lots of opportunities to use the crazy phrase with street people). If you’d like a neighborhood check before you book, feel free to call me at 415 302-0163. The Park 55 Wyndham and San Francisco Hilton are right across the street and Park Wyndham was slightly cheaper when I priced it.
The Orchard Hotel is a completely green hotel and is a few blocks’ walk. If you have a roommate request or other requirements, please let me know. I’m happy to assist. Dr. Kacie Crisp, 415 302-0163, email@example.com.
Dr. Kacie Crisp is your host. You can contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415 302-0163.
Accommodation prices in San Francisco shift with the wind. The Union Square Hilton and the Parc 55 hotels are right across the street from the venue. If you can
get a better price at one of those hotels you might wish to take it.
The site - booking.com which is based in Europe allows you to reserve hotel rooms but not pay ahead, so you could hold something until the day before or so and keep looking (do double check the cancellation policy of that hotel. Sometimes a 24 hour cancellation period is calculated like 48 hours, ie from midnight the day before the 24 hours starts).
Wotif.com can have affordable places.
If you’re coming with several friends you might be able to rent a larger flat that works out at less per person. Sites I have used include homeaway.com and vrbo (vacation rental by owner). I have used them in Europe and Santa Barbara.
Airbnb is another one that rents personal dwellings. It’s for a younger crowd that places more emphasis on hip electronics than comfortable beds so if that’s you
you could do well; if it’s not ask lots of questions.
I have gotten great prices in many cities by bidding for a 4 star in the neighborhood I like (Union Square or Nob Hill in this case) on priceline. You don’t get to know the name of the hotel but if it’s 4 star you should be okay. I haven’t ventured there with less stars.
If you have a car and are willing to drive across the Golden Gate Bridge you could always stay at our favorite Corte Madera Best Western. It’s available on the 9th, 10th, and 12th (sold out on the 11th, sorry) for $139 per night. It’s recommended by Gary and Simone for bed quality. Marin Suites around the corner from them has studios through 2 BR flats so you might be able to save money by staying there and sharing also. (415 924-3608)