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Transportation

Air Travel

Logan International Airport is located a short drive from the conference site (approximately 10 minutes). Driving and public transportation directions from the airport and other locations can be found on both the Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center and the Renaissance Boston Waterfront websites.

Getting to and from the Airport

Shuttle Service: You may schedule a GoBoston Shuttle pickup from Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center, the Renaissance Boston Waterfront, or from Boston Logan Airport online by phone at 617-969-9999. Advance reservations are required.

Taxicabs: Taxis can be found outside every terminal. It is approximately a 15 minutes ride to the hotel.

Car Rental: Boston Logan Car Rental Center

Parking

The Seaport Boston has an underground parking garage. Please see their website for details on both hourly and overnight parking rates. The Renaissance Boston Waterfront has off-site parking available, with more information available here.

Train Travel

Amtrak trains arrive and depart from Back Bay Station.
Hotel direction: 0.5 miles SW

Amtrak Discount

Amtrak offers a 10% discount off the lowest available rail fare to and from Boston to attend the conference. To book your reservation, call Amtrak at 1-800-872-7245 or contact your local travel agent. Please refer to Convention Fare Code X56H-999 when making your reservation. Convention fares cannot be booked online. This offer is not valid on the Auto Train and Acela service. Fare is valid with Sleepers, Business Class or First Class seats with payment of the full applicable accommodation charges. Fare is valid on Amtrak Regional for all departures seven days a week, except for holiday blackouts.

Getting around the Conference

Getting from the Seaport Hotel to the World Trade Center

Directions: Seaport Hotel Lobby to WTC via Plaza Level

Take the main hotel elevators up to the Plaza (P) Level.

Exit out the revolving doors and take a right.

Continue down the Boulevard of Flags to the main entrance of the World Trade Center.

Once inside, signage is available to direct you to registration.

Directions with Maps (PDF)

Conference Shuttle

A van shuttle will run at the following times from the Plaza Level of the Seaport hotel to the entrance of the WTC atrium. To get to the shuttle take the hotel elevators to Plaza level and exit through the revolving doors.

Sunday:

9:30 AM – 10:30 AM

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

7:30 AM – 8:30 AM

Monday:

8:00 AM – 9:30 AM

12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

6:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 AM – 9:30 AM

11:45 AM – 12:45 PM

3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Getting around Boston

The MBTA's bus system services all of Boston. Schedules and maps are available here.

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Kosher Restaurants in Boston and Brookline

Milk Street Cafe
50 Milk Street in Boston

Cafe Eilat – Pizza
406 Harvard Street in Brookline

Jerusalem Pita and Grill – Middle Eastern
10 Pleasant Street in Brookline

Kupel's Bakery
421 Harvard Street in Brookline

Rami's – Middle Eastern
324 Harvard Street in Brookline

Taam China – Chinese
423 Harvard Street in Brookline

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Supermarkets

Star Market
33 Kilmarnock Street

Stop & Shop
1620 Tremont Street, Roxbury Crossing

Trader Joes
1317 Beacon Street, Brookline

Shaw's Supermarket
1065 Commonwealth Avenue

Market Basket
400 Somerville Avenue

C-Mart Supermarket
109 Lincoln Street

Mings Supermarket Inc
1102 Washington Street

Super 88 Market
1 Brighton Ave, Allston

Roch Bros
101 Falls Boulevard #3, Quincy

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Synagogues

Central Reform Temple - Reform
15 Newbury Street

Chabad House of Greater Boston
491 Commonwealth Avenue
Contact Rabbi Posner at 617-424-1190 or via website to arrange Shabbat hospitality.

The Boston Synagogue – Egalitarian
55 Martha Road in Boston
Friday night and Saturday morning services.

Temple Israel of Boston – Reform
477 Longwood Avenue in Boston

For more information about the Boston Jewish community, go to: http://www.shalomboston.com/

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Things to Do in Boston

City of Boston Tourism, Sports, and Entertainment
Comprehensive list of Boston museums, shows and concerts, sports, parks, shopping and dining, and Freedom Trail information.

Jewish Boston
Online magazine with local listings.

Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism - Family Fun
Kid-friendly activities in and around Boston.

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