22nd International Workshop on Qualitative Reasoning
Visas: The US State
Department's visa site. Please contact me (email@example.com)
if you need a formal letter of invitation.
Blocks of hotel rooms have been reserved at two local hotels:
These rooms will be released from our reservation on May 23rd. After
that, you may have trouble finding a room in town.
- Quality Inn: $99/night,
single or double; 600m from conference venue.
- Best Western Boulder
Inn: $99/night king or $109/night with two queens; 300m from
conference venue. To reserve, call 800-233-8469 and reference code
Getting to Boulder:
The airport is about 45 miles from Boulder; driving time is rarely
more than 45 minutes unless you get caught in traffic.
- Follow Airport Exit signs to Pena Blvd. After 9.7 miles, Pena
Blvd. merges into I-70W. From I-70 W - Take the I-270 N Exit (exit
number 279) toward Fort Collins. Merge onto US-36 W and follow the
Alternatively, you can take the beltway toll road that circumnavigates
Denver. This is a good idea in rush hour (7-9am & 4-6pm) but costs
$6. Follow Airport Exit signs to Pena Blvd and exit onto Rt 470N.
About a mile after 470 ends and turns into a city street, take a right
onto US-36W and follow directions below.
Rental Car Agencies Located at the Denver International Airport:
and Dollar Car Rental.
Avoid Advantage at all costs!
- To Best Western: take Baseline Rd. exit and stay in middle lane
after exit. Go straight through the light onto Frontage Rd. The
hotel is one block on the right.
- To the Quality Inn: continue past Baseline exit and take a left
at the second traffic light onto Arapahoe. The Quality Inn is about
eight blocks up on the left (at 20th street).
- To conference venue: continue past Baseline exit and take a left
at the first traffic light onto Colorado Ave. The Engineering Center
is the tall, disorganized, pointy building on your left, two blocks up
the hill. Click here [note: inactive link removed for archive] for a
campus parking map. (Our permits are valid in Lot 436, which is just
to the east of the Engineering Center.)
RTD Bus service: SkyRide [note: inactive link removed for archive]. The
"AB" route services Boulder and stops right on the university campus.
As of February, fare was $11 (exact change required).
Boulder Super Shuttle.
Advance reservation required; $20 each way/$38 round trip. (303)
Maps: For a map of the campus, click here. The Engineering
Center, where the conference will be held, is on the south-east corner
of Colorado Ave and Folsom St. Parking permits purchased during the
registration process are valid in Lot 436, which is just to the east
of the Engineering Center. Click here [note: inactive link removed for archive] for a campus parking map.
Recreation Center CU conference guests may purchase a pass to
center for $5.00 per day or $20.00 per week during the conference.
Please show your conference badge to the desk staff as proof.
Things to do in Boulder during the summer:
- Some of the best hiking and
climbing in the world.
- The Pearl
- The Colorado Shakespeare
Festival has been named as one of the top three Shakespeare
festivals in the nation by TIME Magazine. Under the stars on the
University of Colorado campus.
- Boulder's summer
classical music festival at the historic Chautauqua park.
- The largest friendliest farmers market in Colorado in the
heart of downtown Boulder. (Wednesday afternoons and saturday
- The Boulder Museum of Contemporary
Art (Same street as the Farmer's Market.)
- The Dushanbe
Teahouse, the only structure of its kind in the Western
Hemisphere. The stunning teahouse was given to the city of Boulder by
its sister city of Dushanbe, Tajikistan as a symbol of U.S. and Soviet
relations. In downtown Boulder, open daily for breakfast, lunch and
dinner. (Next to the Farmer's Market.)
- The Boulder Outdoor
Cinema - Movies under the stars on a beautiful Boulder
night. (Also right next to the Farmer's Market.)
- The Arapahoe Basin
ski area, which is about 75 min drive from Boulder, routinely stays
open until early July.