Department of Physics & Astronomy

10th INTEGRAL Workshop

Venue

The 10th INTEGRAL workshop will take place 15-19 September 2014 in historic Annapolis, Maryland, USA. Annapolis is the capital city of Maryland, situated on the Chesapeake Bay, and home to the United States Naval Academy.

Annapolis is known for its fresh seafood (especially Chesapeake blue crabs), sailing, Colonial-era buildings, and historic sites. It is approximately a one hour drive east of Washington, DC, and a 40 minute drive south of Baltimore, MD. The location of the workshop will be The Historic Inns, located in downtown Annapolis, which are comprised of 3 buildings spread around State Circle that date back to the 17th and 18th centuries. Some general information about Annapolis, the weather in September and web links for tourist information can be found at: http://www.visitannapolis.org/ or http://www.visit-annapolis.org/. More info on hotel room booking procedures see below under Accomodations.

Accommodation

The location of the workshop will be The Historic Inns, located in downtown Annapolis , which are comprised of 3 buildings spread around State Circle that date back to the 17th and 18th centuries.

Participants are requested to make their own hotel room reservation. We have arranged for a reduced room rate of $121 per night (plus 6% MD state sales tax and 7% Anne Arundel Lodging
tax, amounting to a total of $ 136.73) with a room block. There is free Wi-Fi in the meeting spaces and guest rooms.

To make reservations you can call the Hotel directly at 410-263-2641 and indicate your room rate with the block name "NASA14". You can reserve a room online at Click here

When booking online at the link above the group code "NASA14" will populate automatically. If you attempt to make a reservation from the main page of the Historic Inns website then you should enter "NASA14" where it says Group Code. The online reservation page only allows a selection of Sept 14 (Sunday) check in, and Sept 18 (Thursday) last night, i.e. check out on Friday the 19th. If you need additional nights prior or after this period, please contact them directly:

Historic Inns of Annapolis
58 State Cir, Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Caitlin Youngk, Front Desk Supervisor
Phone: 410-263-2641 | Fax: 410-268-3613
Email: reservations@historicinnsofannapolis.com


We urge you to book a room at your earliest convenience, as the number of rooms in the conference hotel is limited. In case of overflow, we will post additional hotel options on the conference website.

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