I called my brother, who lives in Boston and knows about these things and he
said the convention rate is really the best. I live in Framingham, suburb
and will be taking the “T” in every day. I have no room or would all comers
a room. I have to drive to the “T” and then take it in. I did book a room
in the Hilton because going in all day I’ll need a place to crash during
the day before going home at night.
Anyone in trouble with a place is welcome to crash there, but I also let
Framingham Art teachers know that I have it. I figured a little help with
the fee would be good.
One person from Connecticut asked about driving in. Where in Connecticut?
If you get a lot of stuff at the convention I could drive you home at the
end of it. I love an excuse to go to Rein’s Deli on Route 84. I also could
end up in NYC for a visit.
Will keep asking about hotels.
From: Christine Besack [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, August 29, 2004 9:25 AM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: NAEA Boston, anybody book their hotel room yet ??
Hi All, I know some of you are yearly NAEA convention attendees.
Anyone book their Boston hotel room yet ? I vowed last year that I would not
miss this one !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I would love to stay at the convention hotel, don't think I can swing the
high finances. Been looking at other hotels in the area on Expedia.com. saw
some good deals, just don't know the area at all !
Any suggestions, pro or con would be appreciated.
(I am not one to share a room with 6 people just to save cash.)