Whole Grains: Breaking Barriers

Boston, Massachusetts
Sunday, November 09, 2014
Our next Whole Grains Council conference will be held November 9-11, 2014, at the Hyatt Boston Harbor in Boston, Massachusetts.

The Hyatt Boston Harbor (main conference hotel)
101 Harborside Drive
Boston, MA 02128
1-617-568-1234

Our conference will take place at the Boston Hyatt Harbor, a luxurious, eco-friendly Boston waterfront hotel on the harbor's edge, offering breathtaking views of the city skyline. Winner of Boston's Green Business Award, the hotel is conveniently close to Logan Airport, while offering soundproof guestrooms, StayFit™ gym, onsite gourmet dining options, and easy access to downtown Boston's attractions via comfortable water taxi. Our original hotel room block at the Hyatt is currently full. Please see Hilton below.



The Hilton Boston Logan Airport (additional guest rooms)
1 Hotel Drive
Boston, MA 02128
1-617-568-6700

We have also arranged for additional rooms at the nearby (0.7 miles away) Hilton at the rate of $259+tax per night. The Hilton features soundproof guest rooms with high-speed internet access and a flat-screen television. There's a fitness center, a 40-foot indoor pool, and three restaurants. Click on this link to connect directly to the Oldways / WGC room block reservation portal at the Hilton. Rooms are already limited so book now! Shuttle vans are available to take you back and forth between the Hilton and the Hyatt.




Historic Boston at Your Fingertips
Beckoning you across historic Boston Harbor (yes, this is where the famous Boston Tea Party took place) is the city of Boston. In minutes, you can be walking the 2.5 mile redbrick Freedom Trail, past Paul Revere's house and the Old North Church, where the lanterns in the well-known poem ("one if by land and two if by sea") were hung as he kicked off his patriotic ride. Both these sites are in Boston's North End, home to crooked streets lined with Italian restaurants and pastry shops. Walk it all off, with a visit to the Boston Common and the Public Gardens, beautiful green spaces in the center of the city. 

Faneuil Hall Marketplace also merits a stop, with pushcarts, street performances, restaurants, and gourmet food shops. You may also want to tour the U.S.S. Constitution, fondly known as Old Ironsides -- the oldest ship in the U.S. Navy. If museums are your delight, explore the revered Boston Museum of Fine Arts and its nearby neighbor, the eclectic Isabella Stewart Gardner mansion, or visit the Museum of Science. Not far beyond, Cambridge is home to Harvard, and MIT, with bookshops and art stores worth a wander. You may have to plan an extra week to see everything, before the conference!


 

Contact Information

  • Phone: 617-896-4820
    Email: cynthia@oldwayspt.org
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