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Old January 9th, 2008, 09:29 AM
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What is the best way to get from LaGuardia to the Brooklyn cruise terminal? Taxi or is there some other transportation like a specific car service? Or Rental car?

This is for 2 adults and one child.

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Old January 9th, 2008, 10:13 AM
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What is the best way to get from LaGuardia to the Brooklyn cruise terminal? Taxi or is there some other transportation like a specific car service? Or Rental car?

This is for 2 adults and one child.

Thanks!
either Taxi(should be in the $25.00 range) or car service-which you call in advance- about the same. I use Arecibo 7187836465.

If you chose going by taxi bring directions with you because many cab drivers don't know how to get there.

From LGA its BQE-Brooklyn Queens Expressway(278) west(towards Brooklyn) to the Atlantic Avenue exit make a left at the light at the exit and then the first right(at the second light) and follow it around to the cruise terminal entrance which is at Imlay and Bowne Street Brooklyn NY 11231(I give you this in case you want to print out mapquest directions-which may vary from above slightly)...
no traffic 20 minutes traffic it takes longer....

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