Eleventh ACM Symposium on Parallel Algorithms and Architectures
July 9-12, 2000
Bar Harbor, Maine, USA
Location: The Atlantic Oakes
With views of Frenchman Bay from every room, the Atlantic Oakes is located on Mount
Desert Island, home of Acadia National Park.
Mount Desert Island is among the most beautiful sites on the east
coast. A rare combination of mountains, sea, and islands provides
spectacular beauty and a wide variety of vacation activities. Acadia
National Park offers scenic driving, hiking, bicycling, swimming,
fishing, and boating.
The Atlantic Oakes is situated on 12 private, oceanfront acres, one
mile (a 20-minute walk) from the village of Bar Harbor and the
entrance to Acadia National Park. The Atlantic Oakes features 750
feet of waterfront on Frenchman Bay, with a pebble beach and private
pier. There are also five tennis courts (two lighted), an indoor
pool, and an outdoor pool.
Here's some more general information about
The Bar Harbor Chamber of Commerce maintains a web page with some
information on how to get to Bar Harbor.
The Atlantic Oakes has a web page with
driving directions. To summarize them: From Boston take 95 north to
Bangor. Then 395 to Route 1A heading to Bar Harbor. From Bangor take
1A to Rt. 3 in Ellsworth (just keep going straight) to Bar Harbor.
From Ellsworth follow Rt. 3 into Bar Harbor. The Atlantic Oakes will
be on your left coming into town, immediately after the Ferry
There are several commercial airline options for getting to Bar
Not surprisingly, the farther you are willing to drive, the more
flexibility you will have in choosing your flights.
ACM has arranged discounts with
- Fly into Boston, Massachusetts (BOS), rent a car, and drive up
to Bar Harbor (268 miles).
- Fly into Portland, Maine (PWM), rent a car, and drive up to
Bar Harbor (161 miles).
- Fly into Bangor, Maine (BGR), rent a car, and drive down to
Bar Harbor (46 miles).
- Fly into Bar Harbor (BHB, Hancock County Airport). There is
scheduled service to Bar Harbor from Boston on US Airways
Express/Colgan Air. Rental cars are available at the airport.
The airport is about 11 miles from the Atlantic Oakes.
Alternatively, the Island Explorer shuttle can take you from
the airport to the Atlantic Oakes.
July is the warmest and dryest month in Bar Harbor. Typical daytime
highs are in the upper 70s (about 25 Celsius), and overnight lows are
typically in the low 50s (about 12 Celsius).
Tour of Acadia National Park
We expect to organize a 2½-hour bus tour of Acadia National
Park during SPAA 2000. The tour service is Acadia National Park Tours. At
this time, we expect the cost to be about $17 per person, and that the
tour would be either the afternoon of Tuesday, July 11 or Wednesday,
July 12. If fewer than 35 people sign up for the tour, we will have
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Thomas H. Cormen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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