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Friday, October 21, 2011

Knowing Your Options

When you visit a big city, you usually don't have to go far to find and admire art, because museums are often located in the close vicinity of railway stations, bus stations and airports.

New York for instance has a lot to offer when it comes to museums and attractions and it certainly would be beneficial checking into long term parking jfk when you plan on staying and/or spending some time exploring this city; it is often easier and safer to make use of public transportation.

The Queens Museum of Art would be a good place to start, but you certainly don't have to go just for the art; a visit to the Queens Botanical Garden is well worth it and with long term parking jfk there are no worries about having to rush through it in order to save some money.

After having your fill of art, you may want to relax at Rockaway Beach, but be warned; this is a very popular place and it can be rather crowded. It would be advisable to leave your car at the long term parking jfk and take advantage of other means of transportation to get there; it will save you a lot of disappointment and time finding a parking space.

Yes, that is one of the things I don't like about big cities; it is always extremely busy and parking is hard to come by. Unless you know your options, of course!

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