Conference venue The Conference will take place at the: Doubletree Hotel San Jose 2050 Gateway Place San Jose, California 95110 USA Tel: +1-408-453-4000 Fax: +1-408-437-2899 Airports For those travelling by air the nearest major airports are San Francisco and San Jose. From San Francisco Airport, a regular bus transportation service called 'Airport Service' runs to and from the hotel. Reservations should be made 3-4 days in advance at tel: 415-494-0200 or fax: 415-494-0208. From San Jose Airport a complimentary hotel shuttle runs and can be booked on arrival at a courtesy telephone in the baggage pick-up area. No reservations are required. For both San Francisco and San Jose Airports car rental is also available. Driving instructions To reach the Doubletree Hotel from Cupertino: * Take 280 South and exit 880 North; * From 880 exit at Coleman Avenue and follow to Airport Blvd.; * Make a right turn on Airport Blvd. towards North 1st Street. * Exit on Gateway Place (before North 1st Street.) To reach the Doubletree Hotel from San Francisco: * Take 101 South to Airport Blvd./Guadelupe Parkway exit; * Make a left turn from Guadelupe Parkway onto Airport Blvd.; * From Airport Blvd., exit at Gateway Place. To reach the Doubletree Hotel from the San Jose International Airport: * Drive around to Airport Blvd.; * Make a left turn onto Airport Blvd.; * Make a right turn on Airport Blvd. towards North 1st Street; * Exit on Gateway Place (before North 1st Street).
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