The boards of TI Club Errorfree and the TI Gebruikersgroep invite all users to attend the 33rd European TI Treffen, held on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd of September 2018 at the Dorint Kongresshotel Düsseldorf Neuss (Germany).
PROGRAM OF THE 33RD EUROPEAN TI TREFFEN
Friday, September 21 14:00-15:00 Reception of the visitors.
16:00-18:00 Assembling computers.
19:00-21:00 Joint diner in restaurant IM DOM.
21:00- late Informal gathering of the users….
Saturday September 22 8:00-10:00 Breakfast in hotel
10:00-12:30 Demonstrations and papers.
12:30-13:30 Lunch and “Clubleiter-Versammlung” 13:30-18:00 Demonstrations and papers.
18:00-19:00 Auction sale of TI items
19:00-21:00 Treffen Diner with Edgar Mauk Awards.
21:00- late Fun with Texy or without…
Sunday September 23 8:00-10:00 Breakfast at hotel
10:00-11:00 Clearing of rooms and Treffen hall
11:00-14:00 Excursion to Neuss and Düsseldorf.
Dorint Kongresshotel Düsseldorf Neuss Restaurant/brewery Im Dom
Selikumer Straße 25, 41460 Neuss Michaelstraße 75, 41460 Neuss
Düsseldorf Airport (in German: Flughafen Düsseldorf; code IATA: DUS) is the international airport of Düsseldorf. It is located approximately 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) north of downtown Düsseldorf. Düsseldorf Airport is the third largest airport in Germany after Frankfurt and Munich, handling 25 million passengers in 2017. It is a hub for Eurowings and serves as a focus city several more airlines. The airport features three passenger terminals and two runways and is able to handle wide-body aircraft up to the Airbus A380.
Düsseldorf Airport is served by two railway stations (for the suburban and for regional trains). The airport's railway station is located 2.5 kilometres from the terminal and is served by all categories of German rail types, including ICE high-speed trains. The airport also has its own S-Bahn station, with a connection to Düsseldorf Hbf by the S11. A monorail, called Sky Train connects the stations to the parking areas and the passenger terminals.
TO NEUSS BY TRAIN
The station Dusseldorf Hbf is frequented by roughly a quarter million passengers per day and is therefore Germany's sixth busiest station. All modes of rail transport are offered on the 20 main line tracks (16 platforms currently in use), including the InterCity and EuroCity trains for long distance travel, There are Regional trains and S-Bahn services for regional distribution. The station Neuss Hbf is situated about 10 km west of Dusseldorf Hbf, with train (10 minutes) and S-Bahn connections (16 minutes} to Dusseldorf.
Several tram and buslines stop in front of the station and connect the Hauptbahnhof to the local public transportation network. One of these lines, tramline 709, brings you to Neuss Hbf and to the stop Stadthalle/Museum opposite to the Dorint Kongresshotel.
THE TREFFEN HOTEL
The Dorint Kongresshotel is rated 4 stars. This property is located in the town of Neuss, 1.1 km from St. Quirinusmunster and 4.4 km from Hummelbachaue. Rhine Tower and Neuer Zollhof are also within 6 mi (10 km). The TI Treffen of this year will take place in the Beethoven Halls of the Dorint hotel, with a size of 120 m2.
The property has a restaurant, fitness facilities and a bar and lounge. Wifi in common areas is free. A sauna, business centre and meeting rooms are among the other amenities available to guests. All 209 rooms offer free WiFi and free wired Internet, room service, and LCD TVs with satellite channels. An electric kettle, a hairdryer and a desk are among the other amenities available to guests
THE CITY OF NEUSS
Neuss is a municipality and city in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The city is located opposite Düsseldorf on the left bank of the Rhine at the mouth of the Erft. The city has 152,644 inhabitants and is Kreisstadt of the Rhein-Kreis Neuss. The official name of the city of Neuss has been since 1968. Before that, it was spelled Neuß. Old Dutch spellings are Nuys and Nuis.
The city and its name go back to the Roman army camp Castra Novaesium, which was built in the first century BC. Neuss is one of the oldest cities in Germany: in 1984 the city celebrated its 2000 anniversary. Neuss received city rights in 1190.
In 1209 the construction of the late Romanesque basilica Quirinusmunster, the most important monument of the city, was started. The Roman martyr Quirinus is the patron saint of Neuss. In the Middle Ages, On July 26, 1586, the city was completely destroyed during the Cologne War by an attack on the city by the Duke of Parma during the Neuss Bloodbath. A total of about 3,000 civilians were killed, with a population of about 4,500, and the entire garrison consisting of 1,600 soldiers was killed. After the city was set on fire, only eight houses were spared.
TAKING PART IN THE TREFFEN
The 33rd TI Treffen is organized by Ralf Schmitz, assisted by Berry Harmsen (for the TI Gebruikersgroep) and Wolfgang Bertsch (for the TI Club Errorfree). You are requested to send enrolments and questions and comments about the program to Ralf Schmitz email@example.com To take part in the Treffen users are asked to fill in the BOOKING FORM and send this information and the required payment before 8. August to Ralf Schmitz.
Don’t book at the Dorint Hotel!.
The costs for the two days at the Treffen in Neuss are per person:
In a single room: € 199.-
In a double room: € 124, – (shared room)
These prices include 2 nights room with breakfast, entree to the TI Treffen and participation in the Treffen dinner on Saturday evening. Visitors on Saturday without a hotel booking in the Dorint Hotel, are asked to pay an (voluntary) entree fee of € 10,-. Those visitors can join the TI Treffen dinner for € 29,-.
It is possible to book extra nights before or after the Treffen, The prices are € 125.- per night for a single room and € 145.- for a double room, all inclusive breakfast.
Please use the entree form for extra nights.