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It's a train station. It was fine. Nothing special but a convenient location. We came off the Path train and had to walk two blocks. We took Amtrak and it was an easy station to get around. Lots if food choice as well.
OK, exiting NJ Transit the escalator not working and people, many of whom conveniently arrived from Newark Airport by train, schlepping their suitcases, kids and stuff up the stairs with no one there to help. I didn’t have one, but just watched the scene aghast,...More
Penn Station is a grand dame waiting for a makeover. It’s unfortunate that the original historic structure was torn down, but the existing facility is sad and in need of an organizational rehab. Last minute announcements for tracks and departures seem outdated. In the 21st...More
Landed at the airport across the way and hopped on the train to get to our hotel great commute but lots of people so stay close to each other and keep an eye out on your bags
Washrooms very well maintained and also very close...More
Coming from the UK we don't have stations that big. We came in from Canada on the Amtrak and it's a major hub. Just ask if you get stuck. A study of the subway before you visit is advised. It's much more complicated than London....More
Ugh. I find this one of the most disorienting and easy to get turned around in train stations in the world.
It has 6 metro lines, NJ transit, Amtrak, and LIRR trains.
Trains are announced at the last minute and there’s a big press to...More
Traveling into NYC from N.J., this is the easiest place to get in and out of. Incredible hustle and bustle, as you would expect, but still easy to navigate and figure out travel. Impressive construction.
Let's face it. Penn Station New York is bigger and better. The train schedules are easier to follow. The getting down to your track is easy. The schedule is pretty accurate. The cancellations are few right now. There are plenty of places to grab a...More
Penn Station is substantially more diverse and sanitary than Port Authority, and I fail to see how it has experienced a rise followed by a fall, as some critics would say. Train commuting is a decision of the commuter. This terminal isn't as nightmarish as...More
Home to hundreds of art galleries, beautiful brownstones, and one of New York’s newest and most popular attractions, Chelsea is one of the city’s jewels when it comes to neighbourhood life. The contemporary art scene is an integral part of the neighbourhood’s identity, with gallery openings almost every night of the week and countless exhibits to explore. As a longtime hub of gay culture in New York
City, it’s also a diverse district with a vibrant nightlife scene. The opening of the High Line, an abandoned elevated train track transformed into a world-class pedestrian park, gave this neighbourhood new life as a tourist destination. The High Line provides visitors with a tranquil, elevated space with incomparable views, providing an unparalleled way to experience the city.
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You will see signs in the station that lead up to the streets. 7th Ave is good and catch a cab on 32nd because that street is a one way and it goes the way you need to go. But honestly, just grab a cab, they will get you... More
You will see signs in the station that lead up to the streets. 7th Ave is good and catch a cab on 32nd because that street is a one way and it goes the way you need to go. But honestly, just grab a cab, they will get you there. Cabs take credit cards too. Love that!
Yes there are. I don't know which way you are coming from, but from the attached hotel, there is both an escalator and elevator. If you are inside the terminal, there is an elevator near McDonalds and probably more than... More
Yes there are. I don't know which way you are coming from, but from the attached hotel, there is both an escalator and elevator. If you are inside the terminal, there is an elevator near McDonalds and probably more than that, just happened to be the only one I saw. They have to have a way to make the station and platform handicapped accessible.