Thursday, April 8, 2010

Need advice on itinerary of a fourth day in NYC

Please advise if this will work (Friday):

Walk from condo to HARBORSIDE LIGHT RAIL STOP (07302)(On HBLR Hoboken to 22nd) $1.75/$.85 each way 07:42 AM

Arrive: LIBERTY STATE PARK LIGHT RAIL STOP (0730 07:52 AM Walk a short distance on Jersey City Blvd

Arrive at Circle Line Ferry 45 minutes before departure time for 8:45a ferry.

If ferry goes to Ellis Island first, stay on or get another to Liberty Island first to ensure we are there for our 8:45-11:45 SoL tour time.

Statue of Liberty

Take ferry to Ellis Island

Ellis Island Immigration Museum

Take ferry back to Liberty State Park.

Take Hudson Light Rail back to Condo.

Rest for a few hours.


Depart: PAVONIA PATH (On Path Journal Sq-33rd St) 04:55 PM

Arrive: 33RD ST PATH 05:11 PM

Stay underground and walk to the 34 ST-HERALD SQ terminal and take subway N, Q, R, W uptown and get off at 42nd St.-Times square.

Transfer to train 7

Depart: TIMES SQUARE - 42ND ST.(On NYC subway 7 05:45 PM


After game take reverse trip back to Jersey City.

Please let me know if I%26#39;ve chosen the correct transportation for the above and allowed enough time. Thanks!

Need advice on itinerary of a fourth day in NYC

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Need advice on itinerary of a fourth day in NYC

On game days, the Long Island Rail Road Port Washington line from Penn Station stops at Shea Stadium. It costs a few dollars more than the subway, but it is quicker and far less crowded. You may want to consider that as an option. (This would mean that you would walk over to Penn Station from 32nd and Sixth -- the main entrance of Penn is 32nd and Seventh.)

I love the wonderful suggestion of the train! I hadn%26#39;t even thought of it. We will also get to enjoy the scenery above ground! I

s it safe to assume there is also a train back to Penn Station when the night game is over?

It is reasonably safe to assume that, but you may want to check with the LIRR.

It should be noted that the #7 train is an elevated -- so lots to see from there, too (indeed, more can be seen from the 7 than from the LIRR...)

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