Acadia University East Coast Combinatorics Conference 2011 Atlantic Association for Research in the
			      Mathmatical Sciences

Getting to ECCC 2011

Acadia is served by Halifax Stanfield International Airport (YHZ).  There is no public transportation (in the form of bus or train) directly from the airport to Wolfville, and you might find taking a bus into Halifax and transferring to another bus to Wolfville to be inconvenient.

Taking a taxi from YHZ to Wolfville would be very expensive; a less expensive alterntive would be Woods Limousine (look for the "Airport Service" section of their web site).  Otherwise you should plan to rent a car.  (If that is not possible send the organizers an e-mail via the "Contact Us" page; we may be able to arrange something for you.) 

Driving directions to Acadia University from a number of locations can be found at the bottom of this web page.  Apparently the author of that web page assumes Newfoundlanders and Prince Edward Islanders arriving via a ferry are smart enough to find their way without directions, and we don't disagree with that assertion at all.

A campus map can be found here.  Note that the campus map's orientation has north at the bottom, which is reasonable from a "common person on Main St., Wolfville" perspective.  Unfortunately this does not match northern-hemisphere imperialist dogma, which insists that north must be on top, as exemplified by the map shown below.

Note that the free parking lot ("P" in the map below) is the area designated "F" at the upper left corner of the campus map.
The K.C. Irving Center (the red marker with the dot in the map below), where the conference will be held, is the building numbered "36" in the campus map.
Huggins Science hall (the red marker without the dot in the map below), where the collaborative discussions will be held on Friday, is the building numbered "41" in the campus map.

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