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The Device APIs Working Group will meet in Burlington, MA (near Boston) on July 10 to July 12, hosted by Nokia.
Nokia, 5 Wayside Road, Burlington MA 01803
The meeting room is on the first floor behind the reception desk, in the "Executive Briefing Center".
Internet access will be available.
All Visitors are required to check in at the front desk. No NDA will be required, but a picture Id is required. Access is limited to the conference room and cafeteria.
Logan Airport is the largest nearby international airport (BOS). The Nokia office is about 18 miles north-west of the airport.
Leave airport, Ted Williams Tunnel to 93 North, Exit 37B for I95/128 South, then Exit 33A for Cambridge St (go under bridge, turn right at second light to Wayside road, 1st Left into Nokia driveway, bear right and then straight, turn left and enter parking lot).
See also hotel directions below.
There is ample free parking in the lots surrounding 5 Wayside. Please observe signs designating Handicap, Visitor and Expectant Mother, however there is no requirement to park in visitor parking.
Alternate transportation noted on Marriott hotel page: Town Car Shuttle to Marriott in Burlington; fee: 64 USD (one way) ;reservation required
Taxis are available at the airport, outside each terminal. Estimated taxi fare: 68.00- 80 USD (one way)
Logan Express (Woburn line) takes you from the airport to Woburn for 12 USD (one way). You can then take a taxi to Burlington for 20-30 USD. (Taxi availability at the station varies throughout the day. It's best to let the bus driver know you would need a taxi. He/she can call ahead for one for you.)
There is an MBTA bus stop at the bottom of Wayside Road, where it intersects with Cambridge Street. The # 350 bus will bring you to Alewife Station on the MBTA Red Line. (I would expect this would make a long and unreliable journey from the airport; a cab, shuttle or rental car is probably preferable.)
The following are some hotels near the meeting location.
Check with your hotel about their shuttle services. We've seen many of them stop by the Nokia office.
Attendees are responsible for their own breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is a cafeteria at the facility as well as restaurants nearby.