NSPW Rabbit

New Security Paradigms Workshop 2007

September 18-21, 2007

White Mountain Hotel and Resort
New Hampshire, USA

Local Information

NSPW 2007 will take place at the White Mountain Hotel and Resort in North Conway, New Hampshire.

North Conway is situated in the Mount Washington Valley, famous the world over for skiing, climbing, golf, hiking, kayaking, fly fishing and tax free outlet shopping. The White Mountain Hotel is located in the heart of the Valley adjacent to the White Mountain national Forest, and a short drive to Mount Washington, home of the world's worst weather. Fall is a wonderful season in the Valley, with pleasent days and cool evenings. With a little bit of luck, NSPW attendees will experience the brilliant colors of Fall Foliage season, which typically happens starting in late September for a couple of weeks.

Your NSPW registration fee includes not only your room but all your meals as well. Should you be bringing your immediate family, there is no additional room cost for another adult and up to 2 children; however their meals will be charged to your room account which you must settle prior to departure.

A limited number of rooms have also been reserved before and after NSPW should you wish to extend your stay. These rooms are available at a rate of $129 (weekday) and $209 (weekend) plus tax.

Room amenities include coffee maker, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, DVD/VCR player, 26" flat panel TV, and refrigerator. All rooms are non-smoking. Wireless Internet access is available in the meeting room and most guest rooms.

The hotel is approximately 2.5 hours from Boston, 2 hours from Manchester (NH), and just over an hour from Portland (ME). Directions are available from the hotel web site. A rental car is the most convenient and (other than a bus) cost effective means of getting to the hotel. Bus service from Boston and Manchester to North Conway is available through Concord Trailways. Valley-based taxi companies servicing the regional airports include Turtle Taxi and Fast Taxi.

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