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Old 02-13-2013, 02:33 PM
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F Subway to N22 bus? Sorry, I have never been to this Mineola.

Thanks for any help.
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Old 02-13-2013, 04:48 PM
 
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That will take you a long time, but if you're on a tight budget it's your best option. LIRR from Penn Station to Mineola takes 35-40 minutes and Willis Ave. is a few minutes walk from the Mineola station.
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Old 02-13-2013, 09:15 PM
 
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As gk90 said, the LIRR is the quickest way, but the subway-N22 is much cheaper.

There's a few N22 patterns.

* There's the regular N22, which makes all local stops, and takes Hillside-Willis-Jericho-Mineola, and then serves the Mineola Intermodal Center.

* There's the N22X, which runs AM rush from Jamaica, and PM rush back to Jamaica, and only serves the Mineola Intermodal Center. (So you'd have to make your way back to Willis from there)

* There's the N22A, which goes straight across Hillside (rush hour, both directions), and the closest it leaves you is by Hillside & Willis (so you'd have to walk down Willis from there)

* There's the N22L, which makes all N22 stops, except it bypasses the Mineola Intermodal Center (it runs both directions in the AM rush, and towards Hicksville in the PM rush)

It's a little confusing, but you should be able to figure it out. Basically, all N22s leave you within walking distance of Willis Avenue in Mineola. (If you give us an intersection, we can tell you which is the best N22 to take).

The schedule is here.

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Old 02-13-2013, 11:33 PM
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That will take you a long time, but if you're on a tight budget it's your best option. LIRR from Penn Station to Mineola takes 35-40 minutes and Willis Ave. is a few minutes walk from the Mineola station.
Thank you so much. I am not on a tight budget. Seems it is $10.00. Thanks again! Can't wait to get to NYC and enjoy. I am staying around South Central Park for the first time. I was thinking of exploring the park a bit. Any suggestions? I have only been around the area close to the Plaza and barely in the Park. I always enjoy NYC.

Also, anyone have the best way to get from LGA to the south end of Central Park? I think I took a bus and a subway last time, but I was staying in the Financial District.

Thanks again.
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Old 02-13-2013, 11:37 PM
 
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Thank you so much. I am not on a tight budget. Seems it is $10.00. Thanks again! Can't wait to get to NYC and enjoy. I am staying around South Central Park for the first time. I was thinking of exploring the park a bit. Any suggestions? I have only been around the area close to the Plaza and barely in the Park. I always enjoy NYC.

Also, anyone have the best way to get from LGA to the south end of Central Park? I think I took a bus and a subway last time, but I was staying in the Financial District.

Thanks again.
If I am not mistaken you can take the M60 bus from LGA to Astoria Boulevard, and from there take the N or Q trains to 5th Avenue-59th Street stop in Manhattan, which will bring you to Central Park South.
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Old 02-13-2013, 11:48 PM
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If I am not mistaken you can take the M60 bus from LGA to Astoria Boulevard, and from there take the N or Q trains to 5th Avenue-59th Street stop in Manhattan, which will bring you to Central Park South.
That would be cool, I can stop by ARTOPOLIS and have some greek baked goods. Thanks.
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