Take A Walk On The Wild (West) Side

Springtime in NYC is a great time to visit one of the many famous city parks.  The CHEP conference happens to be just across the street from Washington Square Park, which is great for people watching or just lounging about.  Those wishing to venture further afoot, however, can find one of the most unique and rewarding parks in the city, running just over their heads up the west side.  The High Line Park opened in the Summer of 2009 on the site of a 1930’s elevated railway line that had been lying moribund and slated for destruction since the 1980’s.  Today, the park offers the casual stroller surprises around just about every corner, from unique views of the west side and the Hudson River, to alluring public art and state-of-the-art sustainable gardens.  The park is open daily from 7am-10pm and the closest access point is a short cab ride away on Gansevoort at Washington St.  Check it out and bring your camera!

Food in NYC: Part 2 – user submitted reviews & restaurant news blogs

Part 2, a continuation in finding good food in NYC & go here for Part 1

User Submitted Review sites

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More Sporting Events

If you’re interested in sports, but baseball’s not your thing, New York may still have something for you.

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Poster Display Information

We’ve collected answers to a few recurring questions regarding poster display and materials upload for CHEP 2012. Read more of this post

Conference Tours Update

Looking to make the most of your visit to The Big Apple? There are still spots available for some great tours and experiences! Due to the popularity of these activities, the sign-up deadlines have been extended.  See the Blue Nest Events tour page to learn more.

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Mobile Application for CHEP 2012

Support for CHEP 2012 has been integrated into the Conference4me smartphone conference application.

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Food and Restaurants in NYC: Part 1 – internet search listings

There are plenty of places to eat in New York City. The problem is that there are too many places & you might visit a place that does not fit your options (cost, ambiance, cuisine). The CHEP 2012 conference will take place in the West Village of Manhattan and all attendees will have to search and find meals for themselves.

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Classic NYC Foods - individual photos by savoreverything.wordpress.com, newyorkcityfoodblog.com, seriouseats.com, carnivoreandvegetarian.com

We will have a series of blog posts in order to simplify & cut through the confusion of eating in NYC. For this post, we have selected three restaurant search listing as an example of how to navigate food choices in the Big Apple. While there are many search listing sites, these are just a few of the better known & reliable sites. These three all allow you to filter your search by cuisine, price, location.

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Anchors Aweigh NY!

It’s mid-week at CHEP and, for some reason, you seem to be noticing groups of sailors, decked out in their crisp service uni’s, out and about everywhere you turn.  The product of your overactive imagination?  Hardly!  It turns out that this year’s CHEP coincides with NYC Fleet Week, a big event in the city for most of the past three decades.  The tall ships will be out in force as thousands of Navy, Marine, and Coast Guard sailors descend upon the metropolis.  This will be a big year, in particular, as Fleet Week commemorates the Bicentennial of the War of 1812, the last time a dispute with our British brethren got a wee bit out of hand.  For our guests coming in from the UK, we promise you’ll get a much warmer welcome this time!

For information on Fleet Week events and ship tours, check out http://www.fleetweeknewyork.com/


NY Yankees and Mets Games during CHEP Week

If you’re looking for something to help pass the time between CHEP 2012 sessions, perhaps you’ll enjoy America’s national past-time.

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Welcome to the Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics 2012 Blog!

Welcome to the official WordPress blog of the Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics 2012 conference. In the days and weeks ahead, you can count on fresh, helpful content being added to this site, including information on the conference, and tips on navigating the host area: places to go, things to do, and victuals to sustain you and keep you sated and focused on an exciting agenda. We encourage interaction with the site, and hope that you will contribute your comments, recommendations, and information to be shared with fellow conference-goers.

Meanwhile, you can visit:

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