☰ Menu
Join/Renew SHOT Contribute to SHOT


December 21st, 2012

Cleveland Travel

Getting to & Around Cleveland
Continental Airlines, which operates a hub at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, has agreed to provide discounts to SHOT meeting attendees. The discounts range from 2-10% off the price of the ticket, plus an additional 3% discount if the tickets are booked on Continental’s website. Please use the offer code ZK9Y803338 when booking on the Continental website. �If you are using a travel agent, please use the following codes: Z-Code ZK9Y, Agreement Code 803338.�You will still get the ticket discount, although there may be other fees.
For those arriving by air, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) is about 12 miles southwest of Public Square, the location of the conference hotel.�A taxi to downtown costs about $20 and takes about twenty minutes. However, it is also easy to hop on a Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) train, which costs $2.25 and takes 25 minutes to get you to the Terminal Tower, about a five minute walk from the Marriott. You can board the RTA “Red Line” from inside the airport (there’s only one line, and it goes only one direction), get off at the Tower City station, which connects inside to the Renaissance Cleveland Hotel.�You can also take a taxi from Tower City for the very short ride to the Marriott. Schedules for all RTA lines are available online.
Amtrak also serves Cleveland, but be forewarned that trains from both the East and the West arrive and depart the city in the wee hours of the morning.
If you plan to drive to Cleveland, the city is easy to reach via Interstates 80, 90, 71, or 77.
View Larger Map 
The average Cleveland high temperature in early November is 54� F., and the average low is 39�. Cleveland weather is unpredictable, so be prepared for a range of weather possibilities, often served up by winds off of beautiful Lake Erie.�Beautiful fall colors should be lingering still.
Bon voyage!

Discover more from Society for the History of Technology (SHOT)

Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

Continue Reading