TIME 2005
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Located on the east shore of Lake Champlain, with the Green Mountains on the east and Adirondack mountains on the west, Burlington, Vermont's largest "city" with a population about forty thousand, is one of the most enjoyable towns in New England. Burlington has been ranked as one of the "hippest arts towns in America" by John Villani in his book "The 100 Best Small Art Towns" in 1997. Burlington is the definitive youthful, outward-looking university town. It's one of the few American cities to offer something approaching a café culture, with a downtown you can stroll around on foot, especially around the Church Street Marketplace (in walking distance from the symposium hotel), and plenty of open-air terraces. In addition to its historical and artistic attractions, the Lake Champlain Valley is home to a number of festivals, craft fairs, tours, antique shops, sporting events, outdoor recreation, great dining and more!

The Burlington International Airport (4 miles from symposium hotel) offers frequent daily direct flights to/from New York (300 miles), Boston (200 miles), Washington DC (500 miles), and many other cities. The symposium hotel provides a courtesy shuttle. Use the telephone located in the baggage claim area.

The Burlington weather in June is enjoyable, averaging 55-77F (or 13-25C).