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From: Ruben Safir
Subject: [hangout] Re: [nylug-talk] Re: LinuxWorld in New York
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Look at the NYC MTA maps as well.
There are a number of buses and vans out of JFK, and
they have help desks for transport outside of the baggage
On 2002.01.13 06:17:06 -0500 Richard Ibbotson wrote:
>>> According to http://www.nyc.gov/html/tlc/html/fare.html there is a
>>> flat rate of $35 from JFK to anywhere in Manhattan. There also do
>>> exist buses which you could probably figure out when you get there
>>> if you like.
>>Thanks for the info. Having a look round I find that there is
>>another site at.....
>>which is also very useful. So, I think I'll use a taxi. It's the
>>least dangerous way of doing things. I've lived in places like L.A
>>and London and Caracas Venzuela and Puerto Rico. Lots of other
>>places as well. I know it's best to use a taxi in some places.
>>nylug-talk mailing list
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