AAST Guide to Boston
The Preliminary Program for the American Association of Sleep Technologists (AAST) 34th Annual Meeting is now available. This program includes comprehensive information about scheduled sessions and courses, continuing education, registration, hotel and travel.
Like any major metropolis, Boston has its history, its local food specialties and culture to share with visitors. But as one of America’s oldest cities, that history dates back to the American Revolution (or more recently, the World Series-winning Red Sox). And being located in the heart of a major ocean bay, the local meal of choice is none other than top-quality fresh seafood.
You want culture? Boston has plenty, from museums to neighborhoods with distinct personalities, plenty of indoor/ outdoor dining and entertainment, a short walk, long walk, cab or train ride away from the SLEEP 2012 Meeting.
So make plans to join your peers for up to four days of education and networking, June 9 – June 13. And while you’re there, why not plan on taking advantage of Boston’s various amenities. Download the APSS Guide to Boston for some suggestions and what to see and where to dine.
Download AAST Guide to Boston