Thread Subject: Re: Walking directions from the Ballston Metro stop (Orange line - Vienna)
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From: Creagan Tim
Date: Fri, May 18 2007 3:05 PM
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What, you don't re-read all of your email messages every day? (smile)
Directions to NSF:
Q: How do I get there?
A: NSF is located in the Ballston area of North Arlington, Virginia,
between Wilson Boulevard and Fairfax Drive, one block (two from the
elevator) south of the Ballston / Marymount University
(DC area public mass transit system) stop on the Orange Line. National
and Dulles airports are relatively close to Arlington. NSF can be
reached by taking the Metro from National Airport (or anywhere else in
the DC metropolitan area). More information is available from the Visit
NSF <http://nsf.gov/about/visit/> page.
Metro: Ballston (Orange line to Vienna)
Get off Metro, go to Stafford I building [4201 Wilson Boulevard,
Arlington, Virginia 22230] and get your id from the security guard.
Then come back out of the Stafford I building, turning left, and walk
three quarters of the way around the block to the Stafford II building.
Take the elevator to the 5th floor, go to room 555.
NOTE: Keep your id badge all 3 days. On days 2 & 3, just go directly
to Stafford II building and to the 5th floor.
See you there!
Timothy P. Creagan
Senior Accessibility Specialist
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