Days Inn Yankee Stadium / Bronx

997 Brook Ave., Bronx, New York, 10451, United States
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HELP Visiting in New York

by PamelaJean1959

My son is visiting New York, He has a motel room in Bronx - going to Yankee Game on Friday, flying out of JFK at 8:30 Sat to come home - Would like to go sight seeing - no car - relying on public trans - it took them from directions given from hotel 4 HOURS to get from JFK - they would like to see wall street, ground zero, statue of liberty, time square - places like that- SEEMS CRAZY it took them so long to get from airport to hotel - can anyone help ??????

Re: HELP Visiting in New York

by nicolaitan

by subway from JFK to the Bronx is a looooong trip since most of the subways in the Bronx are local trains with seemingly innumerable stops. Four hours seems long, but if the motel is on the periphery of the Bronx, it could go close to three hours.

Allowing three hours or so to leave Manhattan, get to the airport, check in and go through security, he will have to leave Manhattan no later than say 5-5:30 PM. Suggest getting a subway map and marking the sites of interest on it in order to figure out the best way to use the system to get around. It may be difficult to visit all the places on the list, especially the Statue of Liberty, in the allowed time frame.

Travel Tips for Bronx

BK. A Yankee at heart?

by cjg1

In honor of BK blowing yet another save at Yankee stadium monday I have dug up this pic of his first blown save at the stadium. I dont usually get personal here on VT but I really have to say BK is moving his way up my fondest memories of the Bronx each time he comes back. Especially now that he is blowing saves for the red sox.

Subway Stained Glass

by travelfrosch

Here's something you might not expect: a Bronx subway station with art. The 231st Street station in the Kingsbridge section of town (#1 Train) features stained glass designed by Felipe Galindo, entitled "Magic Realism in Kingsbridge." On your way to exploring this section of the Bronx, pause a bit and enjoy the artwork.

You can also find artwork at other stations in the Bronx, including 167th Street (B,D); 174th Street (2,5); Bronx Park East (2); Prospect Avenue (2,5); Woodlawn (4); and Neried Avenue (2).

There are many good...

by lngwyfromstl

There are many good restaurants in the Bronx. Many times it seems that you have a choice of Italian, Italian, or, Italian, at least in my neighborhood (Northeast Bronx). You might hear what you think of as Pasta with Tomato Sauce referred to as Macaroni and Gravy. Also, a ubiquitous side dish at these restaurants is the 'Potato Croquette'. They're tasty; I just never encountered them in Italian restuarants before I lived in the Bronx.

What to Bring to the Bronx

by BxUnika

DON'T bring a heavy bag. If you can, bring a knapsack or purse. Beware that pick-pocketing is something that goes on in every borough of NYc, not just Manhattan. Watch your purse at all times. Also, now that many stores check bags, so don't bring too many bags and take out of your bag whatever may be of value. NYC is very temperate. January is normally the coldest and July, the hottest.

January: very cold; snow
February: cold; snow
March: starts off cold/chilly and ends chilly/cool to warm; rain and sometimes snow/sleet
April: cool to warm; occasionally snowy/sleety in the beginning and rainy in general
May: starts off cool/warm and can get quite warm towards the end
June: warm to hot
July: hot & humid
August: cooler than July but still hot & humid
September: usually starts off hot/warm and gradually cools down
Octerber: warm or cool days in the beginning, cool nights; get cooler in late Oct.
November: ranges from cool to cold
December: chilly to cold

winter wear: Nov.-Feb./March
spring wear: April-May/JUne
summer wear: late May-early Sept.
fall wear: early/mid. Sept.-early Nov. I advise that unless you are in a tourist area (i.e., Yankee Stadium, the Zoo, etc.), don't bring a camera. If you do bring a camera, don't flash it and conceal it in a knapsack, purse, or pocket.

GO SEE A YANKEE GAME

by moiraistyx

My son's second visit to The Bronx included going to see his first ever professional baseball game. Being that our host is a huge Yankee fan, he took us to see the Yankees. The game held Patrick's attention for all of about 5 minutes. After that he just wanted to explore the bleachers and see what everyone else was doing. About half way through the game he fell asleep on my lap. Thank goodness, I at least got to see the end of the game.

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