New York Gisele s Bed and Breakfast

134 West 119th St, New York City, New York, NY. 10026, United States
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LaGuardia to Newark airport

by cjamesgo

I need to get from LaGuardia to Newark to meet up with a friend at the airport. Does anyone know how to do that on public transportation and the approximate cost?

Re: LaGuardia to Newark airport

by 10028

Here's the Ground Transport link from the Port Authority's web site (they operate our airports). Scroll down a bit for info on transferring from LGA to EWR.

http://www.panynj.gov/airports/lga-airport-connections.html

Re: LaGuardia to Newark airport

by Aloe9678

That site has been so valuable to me in the last few months. I'm glad you suggested it!

Travel Tips for New York City

Use the Subway

by Jenniwa

If you're in NYC just use the subway to get to all the places you want to see - it's easy (there are always Subway stations and signs to find them) and it's cheap ( $2 a ride - they also have special tickets for which you pay $10 and get another free ride with it)! Most of the sights in your trvael guide will also show which subway line to take best - so it's easy to find your way around!

New York CityPass

by geanster

CityPass is simple. The New York CityPass gets you into six famous New York City attractions. You have nine days to visit each attraction (once) beginning the day you first use your CityPass. You can purchase CityPass at any of the New York City attractions, or you can buy online here. Once you have your CityPass, simply present your booklet on your way into each attraction. The agent will remove that attraction's ticket, and you're in. (Tickets are void if removed from the CityPass booklet). For detailed information about each attraction, including hours, location and an Insider's Tip, please click on the attraction links located on the left hand part of this page.

MoMA has moved to Queens while MoMA Manhattan undergoes a 3-year renovation. CityPass includes admission to MoMA in Queens. The price for an adult ticket is $45.00, a $46.00 savings from the $91.00 it would cost without the pass.

Youth pass for ages 6-17 is $39.00, which is a $38.50 savings from the $77.50 cost without the pass.

Usually, just visiting a couple of these attractions make the pass worth the purchase. You can purchase them at any of the attractions or online at the following site.

http://citypass.net/cgi-bin/citypass/city_fly?mv_arg=ny&rand=6747
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While in New York, hit all of...

by Zillah_Eve

While in New York, hit all of the classic locations- Lady Liberty, Ellis Island, Manhattan, United Nations, Empire State building. It's all great- it's all New York. The best thing I remember about New York is a more personal thing. In June 1999, my friends and I went to New York to bring one of them to the airport to go to Israel. While we were there, we visited their cousins in Rockland Country--- which is a haven for Mercedes Benzes! I almost died...I love Benzes.

I would definitely take them...

by LaSierra

I would definitely take them to my birth place, Manhattan. There is so much to see on that busy and beautiful island that it would take a week to see all the good spots. My best memory is Christmas in New York...The busy stores and fast pace with all the lights and the Christmas tree.

A firefighter pauses during...

by ladyfisher

A firefighter pauses during the search for remains in the rubble pile of the south tower at the World Trade Center Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2001. Of the 4,815 people reported missing, 422 have been confirmed dead and of those, 370 have been identified

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Address: 134 West 119th St, New York City, New York, NY. 10026, United States