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USENIX Security Symposium, August 9-13, 2004, San Diego, CA, USA
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Hotel Reservation Discount Deadline: July 16, 2004

Why should you stay in the headquarter hotel?
We encourage you to stay in the conference hotel and when making your reservation to identify yourself as a USENIX conference attendee.

It is by contracting rooms for our attendees that we can significantly reduce hotel charges for meeting room rental. And, when the sleeping rooms are not utilized, we face significant financial penalties. As a result, these penalties force us to ultimately raise registration fees.

We recognize, however, that not everyone can afford to stay in the conference hotel so we always try to book venues that have some low-cost alternatives available nearby the conference.

With costs going higher and higher, we are working very hard to negotiate the very best hotel rates and keep other conference expenses down in order to keep registration fees as low as possible. We appreciate you helping us in this endeavor.

HOTEL
USENIX has negotiated special rates for conference attendees at the Town & Country Resort and Convention Center. Please make your reservation as soon as possible by contacting the hotel directly. You must mention USENIX to get the special group rate. You may also book online here using the Attendee Code "USENIX."

The Town & Country is offering in-room high speed Internet access for the discounted price of $7.50 per day and/or $5 a day for a minimum of 5 days. Also, please note that we will still have wireless access in the conference areas for free, as usual.

Note: The Town & Country is fully booked for the night of August 10, 2004. If you have not yet made reservations at the Town & Country and need accomodations on the 10th, please contact the San Diego Concierge at 800.979.9091, and refer to USENIX to be booked into the Holiday Inn Select San Diego, which is located near the Town & Country and will provide shuttle service to and from the Town & Country during the Symposium.

Town & Country Resort and Convention Center
500 Hotel Circle North
San Diego, CA 92108
Telephone (toll free): 800.77.ATLAS
Telephone (local): 619.291.7131
Fax: 619.291.3584
Web site: http://www.towncountry.com/

Rates:
$116 for the Garden Rooms
$126 for Regency Tower/Courtyard
$136 for Royal Palm/Deluxe

Note: When the rooms in the USENIX block are sold out, requests will be handled on a space-available basis at the hotel's standard rate. Make your reservations early!

TRANSPORTATION
Hotel parking is $4/day for hotel guests and $12/day for non-hotel guests. The Town & Country Resort and Convention Center is approximately 10 minutes from the San Diego International Airport, Lindbergh Field. Airport transportation options include taxi (approx. $17 one way) and Cloud 9 Shuttle ($10 one way). The shuttle is located outside Baggage Claim in the Transportation Plaza area.

The San Diego Trolley is adjacent to the Town & Country. It is known for its reliability, safety, and convenience. Often called San Diego's "moving landmark," the Trolley is also a fun way to get around, whether traveling to the International Border or heading to Centre City's shopping, restaurants, harbor, and historic attractions. The San Diego Trolley now serves historic Old Town—California's birthplace—with its many shops and restaurants, Mission San Diego, the USA/Mexico border in San Ysidro, and Qualcomm Stadium at Jack Murphy Field. Click here for more information.

Further information is available from the San Diego Convention and Visitors Bureau, as well as the Town and Country.

SAN DIEGO
USENIX is pleased to bring Security back to San Diego and the Town & Country Resort and Convention Center. San Diego offers beautiful weather, a wide array of restaurants to suit every taste and budget, and miles of stunning beaches. There are many attractions that will be of interest to Security attendees. Here are just a few:

  • The world-famous San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park, featuring thousands of species of rare and endangered animals in one of the world's most renowned facilities.
  • SeaWorld San Diego, a 150-acre park featuring marine habitats, aquariums, and Shamu the killer whale
  • The Computer Museum of America, showcasing the history of computing through a wide array of exhibits and events
  • The Reuben H. Fleet Science Center, featuring planetarium shows and more than 100 interactive science exhibits
  • LEGOLAND California, an interactive theme park for LEGO enthusiasts of all ages
For more ideas, visit the San Diego Convention and Visitors Bureau Web site.
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