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Hi everyone,

This is especially for the ladies. What do you plan to do when the weather is bad and/or you arrive in a city with slushy snow or ice that is not amenable to any kind of heel, small or not. I am tempted to bring sneakers or snow boots, but have no idea where I would keep them once I get to the interview - plus I might look like a fool! Any ideas? I will probably suck it up and wear my regular shoes but I can just picture the worst situation!



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good news for Mayo Rochester, where I was worried about this same problem. Apparently there are skyway/subway connections for walking between the buildings so no worries about wearing cute shoes!
No idea for other places though.


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there is usually a place to stash your bags and stuff since they know that most of the time you will be heading straight to the airport after they are through with you, so you can probably leave shoes there.
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