Adam Sherlip

Adam Sherlip

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About me:

I'm a traveler obsessed with finding delicious meals, perfect cups of tea, and moments of perfect stillness in a chaotic world (and hometown).

Living in:

United States Brooklyn, New York, United States



May 2012

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    laguadia airport ride into/out of city

    M60 is the best public transportation option. M60 bus from Manhattan and Astoria With the M60 bus, you can travel to all terminals at LaGuardia from the West Side, the East Side or Astoria (Queens). The M60 runs between 106 St and Broadway in Manhattan and LaGuardia Airport from approximately 5 am to 1 am, seven days a week. The M60 serves all airport terminals. Connections can be made with all north-south Manhattan subway lines or with the N and Q trains at the Astoria Blvd station. If you pay your fare with MetroCard, you can transfer free between the subway and the M60 bus. The M60 also makes convenient connections with MTA Metro-North Railroad at the 125 St station. Travel time between Broadway and 116 St and the Delta Terminal is approximately 40 minutes. OR: Group Rides from Marine Air and Delta Shuttle Terminals at LaGuardia Airport – A yellow taxi group ride stand at the Marine Air and Delta Shuttle Terminal serves passengers between the hours of 7 and 10 a.m. and 4 and 8 p.m., Monday through Friday. Passengers pay a flat fare of $22 per person for rides with two passengers, or $18 per person for rides with three passengers for taxicab rides from the stand to drop-off points bounded by 59th Street to the north, 35th Street to the south, 8th Avenue to the west and 2nd Avenue to the east. Drivers are not allowed to pick up additional passengers along the way. Bus and Van Services New York Airport Service Express Bus: The fare is $10, which you pay in cash to the bus driver. The busses operate once every twenty to thirty minutes between 6:45am and midnight. For exact schedules call (718) 875-8200. The trip is 40 minutes to an hour and there are several stops in Manhattan: Express Shuttle USA (formerly Gray Line): One-way fare is $13. The busses run from 7am to 11:30 pm to locations in Manhattan from 23rd to 96th Streets. When you arrive at the airport, go to the ground transportation desk. A shuttle bus will come to pick you up within twenty minutes of your arrival. For exact schedules call (212) 315-3006 or (800) 451-0455. about 8 years ago

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    I am traveling from NYC to Baltimore. Is the train trip scenic or should I drive?

    NYC to Baltimore by train is convenient and comfortable. Driving can have traffic and is not scenic at all. If anything, the train is more scenic than the drive down I-95 about 8 years ago

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    Hi, there! Could anyone recommend me a nice tattoo shop near Times Square? Or not too far from a hotel called Yotel? Thanks in advance!

    Lower East Side has some good shops. I recommend Brooklyn Tattoo on Smith St. near Atlantic Ave or Three Kings in Williamsburg. about 8 years ago