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LGA to Flushing

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LGA to Flushing

ok when we arrive how easy is it to make this journey and roughly what cost

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1. Re: LGA to Flushing

Tell us WHERE in Flushing or use

Hopstop.com

Or

Maps.google.com

With an exact address if you intend using bus and/or subway. Speaking in generalities is pointless.

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2. Re: LGA to Flushing

sorry. 37 avenue off main street flushing

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3. Re: LGA to Flushing

According to Google maps, it's a 7 min. taxi ride. To try to use public transport looks much longer. Is this a hotel? If yes, they may have a shuttle service.

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4. Re: LGA to Flushing

I looked up the OP's Asiatic hotel mentioned in the previous thread. It's within easy walking distance of the Flushing Main St station. If you wanted to take public transportation, you could take the Q70 bus to the its first stop 74th/Roosevelt/Broadway, then take the Flushing bound 7 train to its last stop.

A cab ride will be quick too, but you'll probably need to give the driver a nearby intersection to your address.

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5. Re: LGA to Flushing

The Q48 bus goes right from LGA to the Main St. Flushing Subway station. No changing, no nothin'. Here's the schedule and map:

…mta.info/nyct/…q048cur.pdf

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6. Re: LGA to Flushing

The Q48 would be the easiest way to get to Flushing as mentioned. It would also be a short taxi trip.

Edited: 26 August 2014, 19:05
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7. Re: LGA to Flushing

many thanks -great advice -just wish I knew if there were any bars near the station for a late drink on the way home

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8. Re: LGA to Flushing

I think you'll like this place.

http://www.rooseveltsportsbar.com/

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9. Re: LGA to Flushing

Downtown FLushing is not the most exciting area

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10. Re: LGA to Flushing

cheers local to where I will stay and just what I want after a long day out sightseeing