We’re proud to announce that the Neurobiology of Language Conference 2011 will be held on November 10th and 11th at the Westin Annapolis.
One of the newest additions to the Maryland state capital, The Westin Annapolis hotel is the centerpiece of a European inspired mixed-use community that ripples with energy. The refreshing hotel design is distinguished and original, featuring state-of-the-art technology in a contemporary and smart setting. On November 10th and 11th the hotel will be dedicated to hosting NLC, making for an intimate setting for our meeting. We have secured a special room rate of $139 for single or double occupancy (twin room sharing possible), available during the conference (Nov 9th-11th) and also three days pre- and post meeting. A special reservation link will be provided on our website soon.
The Westin is situated just a pleasant 15 minute walk from Annapolis’ harbor and historic city center. Annapolis is the state capital of Maryland. It has a very well preserved charming colonial center and harbor, and is the prime sailing destination in the U.S. thanks to the presence of the U.S. Naval Academy and its location on the Chesapeake bay. The main drags in the city center are lined with many pleasant restaurants and cafés, all within easy walking distance from the hotel – though a complimentary shuttle is also provided for those who prefer speed.
Annapolis is also within easy reach from Washington D.C. and Baltimore. Transportation from airports in the vicinity and from Washington city center to and from the hotel on arrival and departure will be provided.
We hope to welcome you at NLC 2011!
p.s., rumor has it that the debates this year will be Sophie Scott vs. David Poeppel and Friedemann Pulvermuller vs. Alfonso Caramazza. You won't want to miss it!