I'm in Boston(-ish), working out of my office for a week after coming up for PAX East. I didn't attend as many panels as I have in the past, but made up for it via various adventures:
- I got into a secondary session of the D&D Next open playtest after just missing the 200 person cut-off for the original session
- I left PAX Saturday night for a Passover Seder, returning later that night for more PAX
- I got to play Pandemic with friends and beat it in record time
- I went to Hudson for dinner and arrived too late for the pub's kitchen to be open, so I enjoyed time with friends until the pub closed, then bought steaks and some salad and proceeded to cook those at the aforementioned friends' kitchen
The Seder and the open playtest were both significant time commitments, but they were both totally worth it. I wore a yarmulke and read from the Haggadah at the Seder, and I had fun at the playtest. The highlight of the weekend was the time I got to spend with my friends both at PAX and outside it.