Ida and Neil Down - Answered a Question by Langton (10 Feb 08 20:26)

That's a convoluted question but I'll try to make my reply succinct. Luckily you're flying out of Newark. It's much easier. I think to get into Manhattan from their. I would suggest that you have a word with the "Concierge" at whichever hotel you've got for the first two night and arrange with him for short time storage of your luggage. Give him $10 initially when you ask him about it and when you reappear after the cruise and you pick up your luggage then another $10 or $15 would be a cheap way to store your gear whilst you enjoy yourself. The Hotel, if it is in Newark, will have a shuttle running to the airport so you can use that to get to the flight but remember to be at the check-in desk three hours before your flight. It is unlikely that you will be able to check in your luggage at 10am for a 10pm flight......Hope that helps....Nei.

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Langton - Answered a Question by Langton (11 Feb 08 21:03)

Thanks for your advice, hotel is 30/30 in Manhatten. Any idea if there is a left luggage at Newark Airport.

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Ida and Neil Down - Answered a Question by Langton (13 Feb 08 12:34)

No ...I don't think so, there is very little luggage storage since 9/11 but have a look on there web-site and give them a ring if you can't be sure....Nei.

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jukes - Answered a Question by Langton (13 Feb 08 16:02)

Hi,your best bet is to try and make arrangment with the Concierge at the hotel where you are spending two days.When you disembark the QM early morning you must realise the cost to get back to Manhatton will be $50/60.If you do this you will enjoy plenty of time sight seeing but you then have to pay about $60 to Newark airport.When you arrive at terminal 2 go in turn left walk to the very end and you will not believe how quick the booking in process is.The ship does offer a sight seeing tour bookable on board,this will consume what would be wasted hours i think it costs $90.Stev.

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