ASIC04

Travel and Lodging Information for ASIC 2004

Travel to Cavalese

Cavalese Maps and other information may be found on the Hotel Grunwald website. A major superhighway, A4, runs across northern Italy, just south of the Dolomites, from Milan on the west to Venice on the east. About 2/3 of the way to Venice, another major highway, A22, heads north from Verona to the Brenner Pass, and thence to Innsbruck, Austria. Flights to any of the four cities (Milan, Verona, Venice, Innsbruck) are recommended as providing the easiest access to the conference. Attendees are advised to rent cars at the airport of entry, both to enable transport to Cavalese, and to allow easy access to leisure activities and tourism.

Map of Trento Area
Map of the Val di Fiemme area (click the image to see a bigger version).

Directions to Hotel Grunwald

By car:

If one is driving east from Ora on A22, one enters Cavalese on via Trento. One first hits piazza Partigiana; aim for the city center: follow via IX Novembre a few blocks past piazza Dante and through piazza Rizzoli and piazza C. Battisti, past the tower, reaching piazza Scopoli (6 or 7 blocks/streets from Partigiana). Take a right on vialle Mendini (going through pazza Scopoli and piazza Verdi); in a few blocks one bears right on via della Pieve. In about one block take another right on via Bresadola where one finds Hotel Grunwald on the right in half a block.

By bus:

Piazza Autostazione is where I assume the buses arrive. One follows via Banco della Reson two blocks at which point it turns into via Bresadola, and the hotel is another half block on the right. Whether this is walkable with luggage may be a stretch, but I assume some sort of taxi service is available.

Lodging

Hotel Grunwald
CAVALESE (Trento) - via Bresadola, 3
Val di Fiemme - Dolomiti - Italia
TEL 0462/340369 - 340651 - 231503 -
FAX 0462/231504
E-mail: info@hotelgrunwald.it
Hotel Grunwald - Cavalese, Italy

The conference hotel is the Hotel Grunwald. The hotel has a restaurant, sauna, Turkish Bath, heated swimming pool. There are several dining choices nearby, but the lodging reservation includes dinner and breakfast (and lunch for a small additional supplement).

We have reserved the entire hotel, which includes 56 nicely appointed and large rooms-- the room types have from one to four beds per room. If additional rooms are needed, they are available at a nearby hotel. The rooms are available at 50 Euro per person for half board, for two person occupancy. Half board includes breakfast and dinner for each person, with the exception of drinks, such as wine. Full board (i.e. lunch) is available for a supplement of 5 Euro per person/day. A supplement of 10 Euro/day is required for single room occupancy. Children staying in the same room with parents are completely free for both lodging and meals. (!) In order to better plan for the number of rooms, it would help greatly if those wishing to attend would send an email indicating the probable number of people, nights, rooms, and room types. Email to: shiffrin@indiana.edu.

HOWEVER: Attendees should make their own reservations directly by calling, faxing, or emailing the hotel. Tell them you are attending ASIC 2004 to receive the conference rates. The hotel will require a deposit of 150 Euro per paying person (credit card or postal check).


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