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Driver to New Jersey

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Driver to New Jersey

Looking for someone who could drive 9 people to Cake Boss in New Jersey, see the Brooklyn Bridge and go to Princeton for one day from Time Square Hotel --any suggestions -we don't want to be the drivers.

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1. Re: Driver to New Jersey

strusserslimousineservice.com

has a 10 passenger stretch limo for which they charge $140/hr or a 14 passenger van for $120/hr. but those are Manhattan only rates. You might contact them for a price.

PS this is the NY state forum and you might get more readers/ideas on the NY CITY forum although most will tell you what a bad idea it is and how expensive it will be. Cake Boss is easily reached by PATH train from Manhattan ($1.75/person each way). The Brooklyn Bridge is easily reached by subway (($2.25/person each way or less if you buy a metrocard). The big deal about the bridge is walking it or sailing underneath it. Driving over it is not as dramatic.

Princeton can be reached using a NJtransit.com train from Manhattan for ~ $15/person. Not sure if there are reduced roundtrip prices.

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2. Re: Driver to New Jersey

Can you suggest ways for a tourist to sail under the brooklyn bridge

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