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Macmillan - Answered a Question by scott (10 Feb 08 03:33)

Most of the hotels has twin queen beds,so i hope you have a lovely time.....having been on cruises, six times leaving from new york, its always been twin queen ann beds that we have had........as for taxis, you will show the taxi ( which the hotel will order for you) your tickets so he will know what area to set you down...as for coming back, there will be quite a crowd, so do what everybody does, FIRST COME FIRST SERVE.enjoy the experience..

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Wilba - Answered a Question by scott (10 Feb 08 14:20)

I would pre book a taxi for the return out of NY. Last time there 2 ships arrived at the same time & the queue for taxi's was unbelievable. We ended up hiring a van & driver from a truck rental company to get to JFK as the majority of passing taxi's were already taken.It's the first time I've not arranged private transfers & it will be the last! Regards & Good Luc.

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John - Answered a Question by scott (10 Feb 08 16:55)

The Wellington is a nice hotel, very near to Central Park and shops. In addition there are some good eateries nearby. If you have a reservation number why not give them a ring or send an email about availability of twin bedded rooms.

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scott - Answered a Question by scott (13 Feb 08 13:03)

Thank you very much for your help, john, wilba and macmillan. yours georgin.

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