all of the SITA meeting and meal functions are business
casual, you may want to bring a jacket or sweater. The
average high temperature in New York in October is 66
degrees; the average low temperature is 50 degrees.
when making reservations at any New York restaurant,
we suggest you check to see if they have any dress requirements.
Most don’t, but some might require a jacket. People
attending shows in the theatre district wear anything
from tank tops to business suits.
TO AND FROM AREA AIRPORTS
are two hotel shuttle services that operate from the
three area airports, Kennedy, LaGuardia and Newark (NJ).
You can visit www.graylinenewyork.com
for rates and schedules. Just to give you an idea, Grayline
advertises round trips from LaGuardia for about $26.00.
your information, LaGuardia is the closest airport,
about 8 miles from midtown NYC; JFK (Kennedy) is 15
miles from midtown NYC; Newark (Liberty International
Airport) is 16 miles from midtown NYC.
fares from area airports to midtown Manhattan are:
to midtown NYC: $25.00
JFK to midtown NYC: $30.00
Newark to midtown NYC: $45.00
more information on transportation options from each
of these airports, visit www.panynj.gov/.
is so much to do in New York City! For now, here are
some of our favorite links for you to visit as you plan
your trip to the Big Apple.
New York's official tourism web site, this site has
a great "calendar of events" and "things
to do" link.
Provides detailed "general information" for
getting around the city; contains online maps and a
Check out the "Tips 4 Tourists" link and other
links to Broadway show info, street fairs and photos
Check here to find a restaurant by name, location or
type of cuisine.
Great resource for NYC tours (take the "Sex &
the City" tour or the "Sopranos" tour),
or go to the Visitor's Guide link to get tickets to
the taping of your favorite television show.
Since most Broadway theatres are "dark" on
Monday nights, our group dinner will take place on Monday
evening the 11th; Tuesday the 12th will be the evening
you are "on your own."