The Poster for the Conference: Electronic copy (coming)

 

Registration:

  • We are requesting 60$ Canadian for Faculty and 30$ Canadian for students/unwaged to help defray the cost of breaks and lunches. We can accept cash and Canadian cheques at registration. Registration will take place in main hall of Darryl J. King Student Life Centre.

Conference Information:

 

Conference Site: (A Map will be in the registration package)

  • All the Keynote talks will take place in Auditorium, Darryl J. King Student Life Centre, King's University College.

  • All the talks will take place either in Darryl J. King Student Life Centre or in Dante Lenardon Hall (the rooms will be indicated on the program)

 

A Google Map with important locations (King’s, Airport, Train and Bus stations, Hotels, and restaurants): https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=z9mMXv-Rcd1s.k_Ibu34vakYs

 

Conference Hotels:

  • Concerning accommodation, we have reserved a series of rooms at the Station Park Inn (www.stationparkinn.ca), which is located in downtown London at 242 Pall Mall Street. There are regular rooms at $150.00 CDN/ night (taxes included). When you call to book your room (519-642-4444/1-800-561-4574), please mention that you would like the special rate for the CAREP Conference — Passionate Disattachment: The Work of Catherine Malabou at King’s University College.  

 

Limited Affordable accommodation (very reasonable and close to the University, but limited space book quickly): http://www.guesthouseonthemount.ca/roomrate.php

 

Other Hotels:

·      Windermere Manor  200 Collip Circle  519-858-1414 /  1-800-997-4477 (www.windermeremanor.com)

·      Hilton  300 King Street  519-439-1661 (www.hilton.com)

·      Delta Armouries  325 Dundas Street 519-640-5015 (www.delatahotels.com)

·     Holiday Inn Express: 374 Dundas Street    1 877 660 8550 (most economical in downtown core, depending upon season)

 

Traveling to Kings:

Flights:

  • While there are some flights form a number of cities in Canada and the US, you most likely will have to fly through Toronto International or Chicago O'Hare International.

  • From the Airport: the airport is reasonably small so there is no problem navigating to the taxi stand. There are always taxis available. There is no public transit from the airport to the university.

Viarail (Train)

  • the train station is located at the south end of London and there is both public transit from there to both the hotel and King’s. There are also always taxis available.

Greyhound (Bus)

  • the bus station is located at the south end of London and there is both public transit from there to both the hotel and King’s. There are also always taxis available.

General Information for Visitors to King’s and London, Ontario (Canada):

·       Maps of King's University College

·       Maps of the University of Western, Canada

·       Parking will be free at King’s University.

·       Local Transportation information, including bus routs, etc.

·      Taxis:

  • Blue and White Taxis: 226-271-3404

  • U-Need-A-Cab: 519-438-2121

  • Yellow London Taxi: 519-657-1111

  • Checker: 519-659-0400

Restaurants on or close to Campus:

 

  • Quynh Nhi, 55A Wharncliffe Rd., 519-850-8878 – the one of the very best Vietnamese food in London at a great price, $ à $$ 

  • Tamarine by Quynh Nhi, 118 Dundas St, 519-601-8276  – the other best Vietnamese food in London at a great price, $ à $$

  • The Tasting Room, 483 Richmond Street, 519-438-6262—a variety of delicious dishes to choose form, designed as tasting-menu restaurant, $$ à $$$

  • Abruzzi, 119 King Street, 519-675-9995—excellent southern Italian food, try homemade gnocchi, pastas and pizzas are thin, thin, thin, $$ à $$$

  • La Casa, 117 King Street, 519-434-2272—Italian trattoria, $$$

  • Massey’s Fine Indian Cuisine, 174 King Street, 519-672-2989—delicious Inidan delicacies combined with chef’s own house specialities.  Excellent service. $$ à $$$ 

  • Chaucer’s Pub, 122 Carling Street, 519-679-9940—traditional pub fare,  $ à $$$

  • The Morrissey House, 359 Dundas Street—traditional Irish pub, funky menu, $ à $$$

  • Marienbad, 122 Carling Avenue, 519-679-9940—German and Eastern European food, including schnitzel and dumplings, $$ à $$$

  • The Budapest, 338 Dundas Street, 519-439-3431—Over fifty years in London, a classic place for warm Hungarian hospitality and delicious dishes, $$ à $$$

  • Billy’s Smoked Meat Deli, 113 Dundas Street, 519-679-1970—deli and smoked meats, sandwiches, hot and cold, $ à $$

  • Covent Garden Market, 130 King Street, 519-439-3921—, variety of foods, moderately priced, downtown at Market Square. Excellent bureks, $ à $$

  • Waldo’s on King, 130 King Street, 519-433-6161—great bistro food with contemporary flare, $$ à $$$

  • David’s Bistro, 432 Richmond Street, 519-667-0535—Classic French bistro cooking; great seafood and wines, $$ à $$$

  • Aroma Mediterranean Restaurant, 717 Richmond Street, Unit 1, 519-435-0616—classic Spanish and Portuguese cooking with Arab influence, $$ à $$$

  • Trü Restaurant and Lounge, 45 King Street, 519-672-4333, funky, urban, chic menu, $$ à $$$

  • The Only on King, 172 King Street, 519-936-2064—one of London’s hot spots for fine dining with contemporary twist, recommended by EnRoute Magazine, $$$

  • Blackfriars Bistro, 46 Blackfriars Street, 519-667-4930—fine dining, delicious creations, $$$

  • Zen Garden, 344 Dundas Street, 519-433-6688—vegetarian fair, reasonable prices $$