His Holiness the Dalai Lama presented by the World Ethical Foundations Consortium May 6, 2009 Albany, NY
The Event - the Dalai Lama speaking in Albany, NY May 6, 2009

Getting to Albany, New York

Albany, New York is located in the capital region of New York State, about 140 miles north of New York City. Albany is accessible via Interstate 87 and Interstate 90 and the region is serviced by Albany International Airport the Rensselear-Albany Amtrak Station. The capital region includes the cities of Troy, Rensselear, Albany, Schenectady and Saratoga Springs. Colleges and universities in the region include the University at Albany, the College of Saint Rose, Sage College of Albany, Albany Law School, Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, Union College, Siena College, and Skidmore College. Adirondack State Park, the largest publicly protected area in the contiguous United States, is located approximately an hour north of Albany.

By Plane
Albany International Airport (ALB)
737 Albany-Shaker Road
Albany, NY 12211
Albany International Airport is a fully serviced international airport located less than 20 minutes from downtown Albany and the World Ethical Foundations Consortium event locations. Limousine, taxi, and car rental services are available at the airport.

By Train
Amtrak Rensselear-Albany Station (ALB)
525 East Street
Rensselaer, NY 12144
The Amtrak Rensselear-Albany Station is located approximately five minutes from downtown Albany and is a 2 hour 30 minute trip from New York City's Penn Station.

By Car
Albany, New York can be reached by car via Interstate 87 from the New York City and Montreal regions and via Interstate 90 from the Boston region and points west.
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While in Albany