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May 28, 2012

Charles asks…

What is the best way to get to Laguardia Airport from Corona Park (Queens)?

I’ll be visiting the Unisphere area in Corona Park and will probably have to head straight to Laguardia. Can one suggest a good place to find a cab in that area?

It seems pretty isolated and surrounded with highways.
I’ll be visiting the Unisphere area in Corona Park (Queens, New York) and will probably have to head straight to Laguardia. Can one suggest a good place to find a cab in that area?

It seems pretty isolated and surrounded with highways.

Administrator answers:

Take the Q48

Maria asks…

what neighborhood is worse corona queens or elmhurst queens?

which neighborhood is worse corona queens or elmhurst queens?

Administrator answers:

Worse in what way?

If i had to chose between the 2, I would go with Elmhurst. Corona is uglier. Neither are dangerous neighborhoods but common sense should always be used. Shit can happen anywhere.

George asks…

How to get from JFK Internacional Airport to Queens North Corona 37th avenue 99th Street ?

Please Tell me how to get there in a car not in subway , train etc. thx

Administrator answers:

The link below has the drive direction from JFK to 99th Street and 37th Avenue in Corona, Queens.

Good luck
Native New Yorker

Sandy asks…

Anybody ever been to “The Italian Ice King of Corona” in Corona, Queens, New York?

Administrator answers:

Yes, it is a very nice place, and very cheap too! Last time I was there, they had many and I mean, many flavors. This is probably the best italian ice shop in New York that I know of. Definetely worth to try if you haven’t yet!

Daniel asks…

how do i go to the bronx on train starting at corona queens 11368?

Administrator answers:

Use this map (it’s the official one).
Http://www.mta.info/nyct/maps/submap.htm

Robert asks…

New Yorkers!!! How do I get from Corona(Queens) to Dumbo(Brooklyn) by subway or by bus?

please help

Administrator answers:

Trains that service the DUMBO area are the F (York Street) and the A/C (High Street-Brooklyn Bridge)

You can take the 7 to 74th St-Broadway and catch the F there or you can catch the E and take it 42 St and transfer there to the A or C.

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