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It can save you a few bucks, but it's probably not nearly as good a deal for you as they claim (note that there are other similar passes with different offers as well, those should be evaluated separately). The CityPASS folks promise 40% savings, which sounds pretty good, but there are some caveats. Significantly, that two of the included attractions (the ...


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It could vary based on the attractions policy, there is no set standard for the advertised price. One way to confirm, is on the site for the particular attraction, act like you're going to buy the ticket online and go all the way to the final stage of checkout. It will display the total, and if tax is going to be added you will see it there. I did this for ...


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No. USA immigration and customs is always at your first stop in the USA, except if you are departing from an airport with pre-clearance. Brussels is not one of those. The JFK terminals are connected by a train.


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Based on your specific request for rail, your trip will be a challenge if this is your first time traveling to the city, but it is possible. I have separated the answer from region. Option 1. Take the NJTransit, Amtrak to the F Train You start by looking for the AirTrain when you leave your plane. You can ask the airport employees if you are unable to ...


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ETS and All County Express have direct JFK-EWR shuttles for ~30 USD and your hotel is almost guaranteed to have a free shuttle from EWR. This is not the absolute cheapest but certainly the most convenient. It might take a long time, these are shared services. I doubt there's a shared shuttle from JFK to anything in Clark but you can try entering your hotel ...



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