Little Apple Manhattan Inn

146th Street & Broadway, New York City, New York, 10031, United States
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subway from jfk to 8th avenue and 44th street

by kaygresty

hi, we are travelling to nyc soon and are staying at the intercontinental hotel times square (subway 8th avenue and 44th street). Could anybody please tell me the best way to get from jfk to the hotel using the subway?? Much appreciated!! Which is the best ticket to buy also? We are in new york for 3 days and plan to use the subway again to get around the city.

Thanks you again!

Re: subway from jfk to 8th avenue and 44th street

by 10028

From JFK, get the Airtrain to Sutphin Blvd., where you'll pick up the E subway line to Times Square. Exit the E at the rear of the train, and you'll be at 44th and 8th.

http://www.mta.info/mta/airtrain.htm

If you don't feel like schlepping luggage up/down subway stairs, you can get the express bus to the Port Authority, which is two blocks from your hotel:

http://www.nyairportservice.com/page.php?id=50

Re: subway from jfk to 8th avenue and 44th street

by kaygresty

Thank you so much for your reply - it was really helpful!!

Re: subway from jfk to 8th avenue and 44th street

by ter1413

Also, get an unlimited Metrocard for the subways. Since you will be here for 3 days, I would go with 3 1-day fun passes($8.25/each) vs the 7 day pass. They are good from first use until 3 a.m. the following day. You could buy 3 at one time and be set. They are good on the buses and trains.

Travel Tips for New York City

Broadway for CHEAP!

by Geisha_Girl

We came across this fantastic deal on orchestra seats for "Sweet Charity."

http://www.nytheatre.com/nytheatre/coupchar.htm#

I highly recommend booking through this site if you plan to see any of the headlining shows on Broadway.

At first, we were a bit apprehensive because the price for Orchestra Center seats for "Sweet Charity" seemed too good to be true!

Regular price for these seats are over $100 USD per ticket...this website sold it for us at 1/3 the cost!

As it turned out, they are totally legit, and totally worth it!

"Sweet Charity" was one of the best musicals I had seen on Broadway.......and extra sweeter because of the price!

You can book online with your credit card and the tickets are ready for you at "Will Call" on the day of the performance.

views to amaze

by denisen123

empire state building. go up to the observation platform. take the virtual ride they have there. eat sushi in the sushi bar at the bottom, remember to take you passport, for security in feb 2002 they wouldnt let you in without it. for us i think it is the friends we have made that we miss the most. but also i am a big christmas fan and i love the way the houses in long island are decked out for xmas

Obviously, you MUST visit New...

by Nomad_2001

Obviously, you MUST visit New York City. If you make the trip to New York and never see THE CITY, then you are missing out on the destination of 95% New York taxpayers' money. (Ok, perhaps I exaggerate a little.) And then there are some other cities to see, such as Albany (the other capital of New York), Buffalo and Rochester. In between all the cities there is actually some great scenery (mountains and forests and, even some vineyards).

Dining in New York (Part 2)

by nicolaitan

More thoughts intended to be helpful for those dining in New York City.

Websites of interest -
Chowhound.com - a remarkably active forum where general questions or restaurant-specific questions will receive multiple knowledgeable answers often within minutes. The regulars on this site really are devoted to dining.
Menupages.com - publishes generally accurate and current menus on over 6000 restaurants in New York.
Restaurants.com - offers descriptions of many restaurants with opinions and reviews of variable reliability. AND - sells discount coupons over the internet at $3 for a $10 coupon and $10 for a $25 coupon.

Fish tales - the most upper scale restaurants and those devoted almost exclusively to fish will of course have daily deliveries of fresh fish or for the better restaurants have purchased the fish themselves at the market the morning of preparation. Most middle-tier restaurants and those with wide-ranging menus will get delivery only several times a week. Always on Friday, then not till Tuesday. Many times the fish dish you order Monday night will include fish delivered before the weekend. A dead giveaway is fish presented only with heavy sauces or stuffed with something.

Finding local suggestions for dining - salespeople in jewelry, clothing, design stores can be your best source on information on great neighborhood dining, whether in Florence, Montreal, or Prague. New York is no exception.

Eat and be happy about it!

by pigletsmom

New York has some of the best food anywhere. Don't go on a diet when you're in New York, it's just not worth it. From soft pretzels, to hot dog vendors, to neighborhood specialties, you don't want to miss any of it. The restaurants in New York serve some of the best ethnic cuisine in the states. Ask for recommendations, and you won't go wrong. Be adventurous, you won't regret it. One tip, be wary of Mexican restaurants in the city. My sister who used to live in Manhattan, told me that they were very pricey and not nearly as good as California Mexican restaurants. New York restaurants have a wonderful charm and ambiance that will add to your experience.

check out these sites for restaurant dining in NYC

http://www.opentable.com/start.asp?id=8&ref=346

http://www.restaurantrow.com/newyork.htm

http://travel.yahoo.com/p-travelguide-1095895-new_york_city_cafes-i

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 Little Apple Manhattan Inn

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Address: 146th Street & Broadway, New York City, New York, 10031, United States