La Quinta Inn & Suites Brooklyn

531 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, New York, 11215, United States
La Quinta Inn & Suites Brooklyn Downtown
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Jersey City Commute to Brooklyn

by ksalahuddin

I am moving to Jersey City and need to find out the best time and route to get down to Brooklyn. This will be by car.

I have to be in brooklyn by at least 10am. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Re: Jersey City Commute to Brooklyn

by zuriga

I think will sort out a route for you.

Re: Jersey City Commute to Brooklyn

by nicolaitan

brooklyn is a big place - can you give us the neighborhood or area of interest? It will definitely change the advice.

Re: Re: Jersey City Commute to Brooklyn

by ksalahuddin

I work in all of brooklyn but a way to get to the dowtown part would be great. I know NJ trffic can be hectic. I know of the Holland Tunnel to Canal Street then over the bridge, but b/c of the traffic it took me 2 hours (normally 30-40min trip). Is there a better route with less traffic? Or maybe a better time to travel when I wont experience such a delay?

Thank you for your help

Re: Jersey City Commute to Brooklyn

by nicolaitan

there are really only two alternatives, neither really great. The first is to go thru the tunnel and take the west side drive to the battery tunnel (and pay yet another toll), The second is also expensive, but doable is you are in the southern part of Jersey City. Take the bayonne bridge (toll) to staten island and then head for the Verezano bridge (big toll). It is of value to note that like the Holland tunnel, tolls are only going one way on these two crossings, so going different ways morning and afternoon could save you some dollars. Nasty trip, man, good luck.

Travel Tips for Brooklyn

New York Aquarium

by seagoingJLW

This aquarium, while small as aquariums go, has many interesting exhibits including beluga whales, walruses, sharks and seahorses.

From May to October, Atlantic bottlenose dolphins perform in the Aquatheater.

The aquarium also has touch tanks for the kids. The New York Aquarium is located on Surf Avenue and West 8th Street in Brooklyn.

Phone: 718-265-FISH

The Second Largest Art Museum in The USA

by TempNomad

The Brooklyn Museum of Art is lovely. After a major renovation, it looks and feels bright and well ordered. The American collection has especially improved. The main rotunda has been fixed up and it's no longer a hazard. It has an extensive permanent collection, and many traveling collections. A while ago, THE DINNER PARTY came to rest here.

One of the most interesting places in the Museum is the LUCE Center for American Art with a visible storage and study center. There are computers to look up interesting objects. Very cool.

Also, the BMA has the nation's largest collection of Egyptian artifacts. This is a little known fact...take advantage of it!

Definitely stop in. It's inexpensive, convenient to the train line, and close to several delicious restaurants! Right next to the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, too! Make a day of it!

Take the 2, 3 to Eastern Parkway

Tropical Drinks Overlooking the Pool

by cjg1 about Tradewinds (Caribbean Princess)

Tradewinds is a nice poolside bar on the Caribbean Princess. There are seats at the bar as well as some tables along the edges of the ship. The bar has a nice selection of mixed drinks, frozen drinks, beer, wine and soft drinks.

My wife and I often would come here for a poolside drink to beat the heat. Their strawberry daquiris and frozen Margaritas are quite nice. very casual...swim wear is acceptable.

the best brunch hands down

by stephaniejune27 about Coco Roco

this peruvian restaurant had been hyped up by the person who took me there but it definitely lived up to the hype. we sat outside on the back deck and had a delightful brunch. for 11 dollars you get a good portioned meal with a cocktail and a bottomless cup of coffee. after brunch we moved on to several pictures of sangria. the waitstaff was friendly and kind. i would go back several times just to try more meals. (or perhaps to have the pollito negro again and again!) Pollito Negro!

kind of like a panini. pulled roasted chicken in a sort of pita like bread with a cheese-ish black olive sauce. oh my! delcious! comes with a side salad and two eggs on toasted bread.


get it by the pitcher+friends+good conversation= 3 hours later brunch is over.

A Brooklyn Landmark

by PA2AKgirl about Nathan's

Everyone who knows Coney Island, knows Nathans! And anyone who is around Coney Island, should make a trip here:) Even if you don't like hot dogs, it's just something you have to pass by or see to say you were at the Original Nathans. It's been open since 1916 and orignally was a little nickel hot dog stand and while its grown into something much bigger and become franchised...buying Kenny Rogers Roasters and Miami Subs, this particular Nathans will always just be Nathans of Coney Island. I like hot dogs, so there was no issue for me:) I got one with chili and a side of fries. They have WONDERFUL fries, by the way!

There's lot of other things on the menu if you don't care for hot dogs.


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 La Quinta Inn & Suites Brooklyn

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Address: 531 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, New York, 11215, United States