Hotel Mulberry

52 Mulberry St, New York City, New York, 10013, United States
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La guardia to East 55th

by w.t.pooh

Hi, can anybody tell me how to get from La Guardia to East 55th by the subway or skytrain plus subway.
Thanks in advance

Re: La guardia to East 55th

by nicolaitan

no subway or skytrain at laguardia. the airport bus goes to grand central station at 42nd and Park Avenue and you can get a taxi, 6 local uptown subway, or uptown bus from there depending on where on E 55th you are going. the nearest subway stop is 53rd and lexington. OR - you can just get a taxi at laguardia direct to your destination.

there are slow local busses that go to subways in queens where you can find a subway to manhattan but it is a much longer trip to save a few dollars.

Re: La guardia to East 55th

by nicolaitan

for public transit, the bus is the Q33 which apparently stops by each terminal. take the bus to the subway at Roosevelt Avenue and get on the E train toward manhattan. exit 53st, i know it stops at 3 Ave - Lexington Ave, and i think it stops again at 5th Avenue. transit time about an hour or so.

Re: La guardia to East 55th

by 10028

Whatever you do, avoid the shared van companies, like Super Shuttle and Go Airlink. They're really pretty terrible. You can google for all the horror stories.

Even though LGA is the closest airport to Manhattan, public transit from there isn't good. Taxi is the best way, it'll cost around $30-$35. If you want to save a few dollars, as you get in the taxi line at LGA, ask if anyone wants to share a cab to E. 55th. Your destination is right near the 59th St. Bridge, so it should be easy.

Re: La guardia to East 55th

by lorrainece

Sorry, I know this is not the answer to the question, but I took the Super Shuttle from the East Village to JFK and had no problems whatsoever...they were running a little late, but i had allowed plenty of time to get to the airport, and would use them again...

Re: La guardia to East 55th

by w.t.pooh

Thanks guys,

looks like its a taxi again, i have used the shuttle before but always back to the airport from manhattan, just thought i would try to save a few dollars as there are only two of us this time. I look forward to being in New York again.

Re: La guardia to East 55th

by nicolaitan

taxi and the airport bus are indeed the two best alternatives. the super shuttle, as 10028 stated, has been a disaster for many people. the taxi line moves quickly and efficiently.

Re: La guardia to East 55th

by travelfrosch

FWIW, the best public transit option is to take the M60 bus from La Guardia to Astoria Boulevard subway station and change there for the N or Q Train to Lexington and 59th Street (Note: You'll need to take stairs to the Subway station, so don't use this option if you're packing heavy or have mobility difficulties). Fare is $2.25 one way if you use a Metro Card. You can purchase Metro Cards at ticket machines or at the Hudson News outlets in the terminals.

Travel Tips for New York City

The Great White Way

by Blatherwick

The stretch of Broadway that crosses Seventh Avenue in midtown Manhattan, is the home of many Broadway theatres and is the place in North America to see a musical or play. This area of Manhattan is often called the Theater District or the Great White Way. The best place to get tickets for a show is at the TKTS in Duffy Square at the center island of 47th Street between Broadway and 7th Avenue.  TKTS sells unsold tickets on the day of performance for all Broadway shows for 25-50% off the box office price plus a $3.00 service charge per ticket. They only accept cash and traveler's cheques. Get there early! Lines can get long very quickly. However, they move pretty fast.

I saw Miss Saigon twice on Broadway. Miss Saigon is a 'modern' adaptation of Puccini's "Madame Butterfly" set at the end of the Vietnam War and carrying on to post-war Vietnam. Why did I see it twice? Miss Saigon is based on the strength of the actors that play them. The Engineer was excellent in this production as he really did come off as an Asian pimp. Ellen was played by an Asian which put a little spin on the American GI's return to the USA. Finally, Melinda Chua was so good at Kim that five rows behind me and five rows in front of me were actually weeping when she shot herself.

I also saw Les Miserables on Broadway. Les Misérables, commonly known as Les Mis, is a musical based on the novel by Victor Hugo. It tells the story of ex-convict Jean Valjean and his attempts to start a new life and make the world a better place. The cool thing about this one was that the understudy for Fantine was sitting next to me in sweats during the whole first act. I was hanging out in my T-shirt and shorts. It was fun talking to her as we trashed all the well dressed people in the crowd. The performance was decent as Jean Valjean was very strong.

Around NewYork

by donatacc

It'a amazing how many milion workers,residents,visitors and stores boutiques,stadiums,streets,theathers,restaurants,lounges,hotels and relax in the city's parks.

A simple phrase is heard over and over...
I Love NY


by Sharrie

Whisked yourself up to the EMPIRE STATE BUILDING naturally. Who could have resisted this after 'SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE'? Not me, of course! Well, I'm Meg Ryan's & Tom Hank's fan, so here I went right up to the top. Well, not quite, more like to the 86th Floor Observatory with hundreds of others. So much for romance, lol... Be warned that you'd have to wait for about an hour to get to the ticket box office & then another 30 minutes minimum to get down! Although visitors reach the 86th floor in less than a minute & the panoramic views are spectacular, time yourself well so that you reach there at the time you wish to be at the top. I intended to get up there for sunset views but ended up with night views instead!

TKTS - cheap show tickets

by Agraichen

Broadway shows are a must do in NYC. And some of the "off Broadway" shows are great too.

TKTS is the place for up to 50% off on show tickets. Two "convenient" locations - Times Square and Lower Manhattan.

Times Square - formerly in the middle of Times Square, TKTS is temporarily located in the Marriott Marquis at West 46th Street between Broadway and Eighth. Hours are M-F 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM; (Wed and Sat - 10:00 AM-2:00 PM for 2pm Matinee); Sat 11:00 AM- 7:00 PM; Sun 11:00 AM-3:00 PM.

Lower Manhattan at South Street Seaport (corner of Front and John St). Hours are M-F 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM; Sat 11:00 AM- 7:00 PM; Sun 11:00 AM-3:00 PM. Actually my fondest memory is not of a theatre production (although Wicked is tops), it was playing trumpet in my HS Band at the 1964 Worlds Fair. We stayed in Times Square and as a kid of 15, I found the streets of NYC much fun.

Now a fixture of New York City.

by sourbugger

Street performers in New York, as elsewhere come in all shapes and sizes.

Only in America however could a street entertainer become a 'brand' with his own website, merchandise, and for all I know franchise agreements as well.

I am of course talking about the 'Naked Cowboy' who struts around Times Square with only a pair of workers boots, some clean white underpants, a guitar and a strategically placed vegatable to his name.

He must make a fortune from posing with tourists for photographs, and I presume he gets plenty of offers to keep him busy at night as well.

I just worry what he will do in years to come - the prospect of the 'Naked Grandad' doesn't appeal too much.

See his website at :


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