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Old 02-19-2014, 01:23 PM   #1  
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Default NYC (JFK) crashpads

Anyone have any good recommendations on crashpads around JFK? (Kew gardens, South Ozone areas preferred.).
Please PM me with any info, thanks in advance
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Old 02-19-2014, 07:38 PM   #2  
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Yeah there are a lot , huge difference between south Ozone and Kew Gardens . You want area specifically ? Pm me and I can get you some help searching .
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Kew is more stores and restaurants and the park, as well as being a LITTLE more central between the two airports. South ozone is a short walk to the JFK air train with fewer things to do.
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...kew gardens is a much better option, both airports are easily reached by mass transit under two hours!
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How many ppl are in a crash pad at any given time.

We could use a 2 bedroom for example.
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How many ppl are in a crash pad at any given time.

We could use a 2 bedroom for example.
Forty.

Oops. I meant to say that in our two bedroom with fourteen bunks, we'd usually have anywhere from one to four there. YMMV.
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