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Thread: New Yorkers: Help Where to stay when going to Citi Field

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    Re: New Yorkers: Help Where to stay when going to Citi Field

    Quote Originally Posted by Edd Roush View Post
    So we are flying out Sunday for the Yankees-Red Sox game. We are very excited to go to our first game at the new Yankee stadium. We are going to be driving in from LaGuardia and then leaving to go back to Allentown for the night. Does anyone know where the smartest place to park would be? We figured we could maybe park a few train stops away and save on parking, but we have no idea what the smartest place would be if we have to go to back to Allentown that night.

    Also, what would be the most fun bar to go before/after the game near Yankee stadium?

    All help is appreciated. Thanks.
    I can't help with the bar question.

    But when we go to Yankees Stadium, I always park in one of the private lots on River Ave. and walk to the stadium. I avoid the stadium garages, because they take a lifetime to get out of.

    Then, after the game, when you leave the lots on River Ave., you can drive up River and follow the signs to the GW Bridge (I-95). Then take I-95 to I-78 WB that will take you to Pennsylvania.
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    Re: New Yorkers: Help Where to stay when going to Citi Field

    Quote Originally Posted by NJReds View Post
    I can't help with the bar question.

    But when we go to Yankees Stadium, I always park in one of the private lots on River Ave. and walk to the stadium. I avoid the stadium garages, because they take a lifetime to get out of.

    Then, after the game, when you leave the lots on River Ave., you can drive up River and follow the signs to the GW Bridge (I-95). Then take I-95 to I-78 WB that will take you to Pennsylvania.
    Thanks, NJReds. It is appreciated.


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