ACCOMMODATION-see HOTELS and ACCOMMODATION
AIRPORTS. New York is served by three airports Kennedy. La Guardia and Newark. Almost all international flights land at Kennedy (JFK) airport, where traffic can be very heavy during peak flying times. You may have to circle above New York for a short time before landing. There are a number of terminal buildings, each with its own customs service (see Customs and Entry Formalities). You’ll also find currency exchange offices and car rental agencies.
Transport. Taxis can be found just outside the door. They charge $15 to $18 for the trip into Manhattan from JFK, about the same price as the bus if three or four people travel together.
New York map points of interest Photo Gallery
I couldn’t pretend it wasn’t happening though, not when I was drinking coke in a garish pub off Leicester Square while Dave downed his manly pint. He sighed. We went back to the Hotel Europa early. The next day was another move forward, another step, another piece of progress towards the point of no return. Seven of us sat on hard chairs in a cream-painted room in a big slab block building overlooking the Thames. Mr.Harman was a tough looking man, a senior second engineer officer who told us that he was on secondment ashore, doing a tour in recruitment. He lectured us for an hour. Mr.Harman pulled no punches.