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WELCOME TO SEATTLE
AND THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

ISEE 2014 is being held on the campus of the University of Washington in Seattle. We hope you will enjoy our park-like campus and the views of Mount Rainier and Lake Washington.

Near the University
University Way NE, better known as "the Ave" is the commercial heart of the University District and the off-campus extension of the University of Washington. Coffee shops and inexpensive dining options are abundant here, as well as clothing shops, a U.S. Post Office, the University Bookstore, banks and ATMs.

The University Village is an upscale outdoor shopping center within a 10 minute walk east of the HUB. Many dining options can be found here including the ever popular Din Tai Fung Dumpling House, Blue C Sushi, and Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream. For a full list of shops, services, and restaurants please visit their website at: www.uvillage.com

Recreational and Athletic Facilities
ISEE 2014 organizers have arranged to make facilities at the Intramural Activities Building (IMA) available to conference participants for a guest fee of $8.76 (including tax) per day. Your conference ID is required for access to all facilities. Facilities include tennis courts, swimming pool, racket courts, locker rooms, saunas, indoor track and a fitness center. The IMA is located north of Husky Stadium. link to Full instructions for IMA use

GETTING AROUND

Return Transportation to the Airport
Shuttle Express
You can reserve trips by calling (425) 981-700 or you may also make your reservations online at www.shuttleexpress.com
Advance reservations are required 24 hours in advance of your desired pick up time.

Taxi
All Seattle taxi cabs operate at the same rate, set by King County. The meter drop is $2.50 plus $2.00 per mile. Extra person charges may apply. A ride from University District to the Airport will be $45-$55.
STITA Taxi (206) 246-9999
Yellow Cab (206) 622-6500
Orange Cab (206) 522-8800

Seattle Metro Public Bus Transportation
Metro buses travel to nearly every corner of Seattle. For bus schedules and regional trip planning visit www.metro.kingcounty.gov

Buses to downtown Seattle: Catch a number 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, or 76 bus heading south on any stop along University Way (the Ave) or at Northeast Campus Parkway near the West Campus dormitories.
Bus to Ballard (a popular and lively neighborhood with many bars, restaurants, and shops): Take the 44 heading north on 15th Ave NE or heading west on NE 45th street.
Bus to Capitol Hill (another lively neighborhood with many bars and restaurants): take the #43 heading south on 15th Ave NE or heading east on NE 45th Street. Or take the 49 heading south at 15th Ave & NE Campus Parkway.

How to ride the bus:
- Exact fare is required at all times. Off-peak adult fare is $2.25. Peak hour adult fare within Seattle is $2.50.
- Board and pay at the front door of the bus.
- Metro has a two-zone fare system. The Seattle city limits are the zone border.
- Generally, peak hours are Monday-Friday 6:00-9:00 and 15:00 - 18:00.
- Nearly all Metro buses are fully accessible.


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