The conference registration desk is located in the Lobby of the Puerto Rico Convention Center. Meeting materials and name badges can be picked up on Sunday from 15:00 to 20:00, Monday and Tuesday from 07:00 to 17:30, and Wednesday through Friday from 07:30 to 17:30. Please note that your name badge should be worn at all times throughout the meeting.
Most hotels have Internet access available to guests. Check with your hotel to see what charges may apply.
Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in Exhibit Hall B of the Puerto Rico Convention Center, the area where the posters and exhibits will be located throughout the meeting. It is an open and unsecure wireless network. Take the following steps to access:
Open Internet Explorer.
Click on “Wireless Internet.”
Enter the following password (all lower case letters): aslo
There will be a message board located near the conference registration desk in the PRCC lobby area where you may post or check for messages throughout the conference.
If you have a disability or limitation that may require special consideration in order to fully participate, please contact ASLO to see how we can accommodate your needs. The conference management staff will work with the meeting vendors to provide reasonable support. Call 800-929-3756 (USA, Canada & Caribbean) or 254-399-9635 (All other countries) or contact via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Should a need arise during the meeting, please contact one of those on staff at the registration desk on the first level for assistance.
Coffee breaks are planned immediately prior to the plenary and award presentation sessions from 10:00 to 10:30 and in the afternoon from 15:30 to 16:00. Complimentary coffee and tea will be served. Bottled water will not be served. Water will be provided in coolers and attendees are encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Breaks will be set outside Ballroom A and on the Terrace Monday morning, Friday morning and Friday afternoon. Breaks will be set in Exhibit Hall B on Monday afternoon, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday mornings and afternoons.
Cafes and concession areas at the Puerto Rico Convention Center offer a wide variety of entrees, snacks and beverages for any time of day and for any type of appetite and will be open for breakfast and lunch. From fresh bakery goods in the morning to fresh made deli sandwiches, classic hot sandwiches and specialty items to assorted sweets, you will find something to your liking. Café Caribe is located on the first floor near the main entrance. The café serves continental breakfast, juice and coffee. A pasta station is open during lunch. Also, across from the PRCC, within walking distance and right next to the fountain, we have the Ficus Café, an outdoor café and restaurant with a tapas bar.
Monday through Friday, 12:00 to 13:30
We encourage you to stay at The Puerto Rico Convention during the 1 ½ hour lunch break each day. The conference is planned to include several informative workshops that you will enjoy. The PRCC offers a number places to purchase a quick lunch along with many other dining options. You will also find comfortable places to relax, take in the beautiful scenery, and visit with fellow attendees and colleagues. Local musicians will play in the lobby during lunch most days.
City restaurants serve excellent Spanish, French, American, Italian, Chinese, Mexican, and Asian cuisines. It has been said that San Juan’s fine dining scene is the most varied and developed in the Caribbean. In fact, there has been a restaurant explosion in San Juan in the past few years, first in Old San Juan, and now more recently in Miramar, Condado, and surrounding areas. Isla Verde and Hato Rey also have a large number of restaurants. You will also find many traditional restaurants that have been established for more than 30 years. Most of these specialize in Spanish or Continental cuisine, with a Puerto Rican flair.
A list of restaurants will be available at your hotel. We also will have a list of favorites prepared by the local committee at the conference registration desk.
For a Spanish-language list of local restaurants, you may go to the following Web site: URL: http://www.sal.pr (Mobile: sal.pr/wap, Iphone: iphone.sal.pr)
Trolleys that make trips to Old San Juan are available Monday through Friday from 07:00 to 19:00 and on Saturday and Sunday from 09:00 to 19:00. The trolley is free and stops are marked with a trolley sign. The following Web site includes more information on the trolley and schedules: http://www.puertoricodaytrips.com/free-trolley-old-san-juan/