Leslie...any idea of good (cheap)parking in Boston?
From: Leslie Miller [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday, November 06, 2004 7:58 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: RE: NAEA Conevntion in Boston
Members of the MAEA (Massachusetts Art Educators Association) met today to
brainstorm ways to make your visit to Boston, a happy and satisfying stay.
The National Office deals with the schedule and the speakers, but we want to
help you get around our great city, and see as much as you possibly can. We
also want you to feel comfortable with our "T" system and walking from place
to place. This is a lovely walking city.
we have begun to come up with many ways to help you. We'd love feed back
from you about how we can help you in the best way. You may be seasoned
travelers, used to negotiating the ways of strange cities, or a first time
traveler. What would you like to find here to help you? What would make
your life easier? It would be a shame to spend all your hours in the hotels.
Get back to me with what ever idea. We'll give it a try.
Also... someone was asking about The Copley Square Hotel. I went in the
other day and it seems a grand old lady. Just redone. A walk from the
convention center, but no further than the Hyatt and Marriott.
Now is it further or farther? We had that discussion today!