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. (take only the officially measured yellowness cabs... No others are legal), get in... and then tell the chauffeur your whereabouts.
When you are on a crossroad and have difficulty getting a taxi, you can go to the next alley. Alleys are, well, alleys (6th Ave., Lexington Ave.) and they run towards east and west. I' ll try to find one at one in the morning, next Wednesday night/Thursday morning. What would be the most likely place to find one who is willing to go to the LGA area at that point.
Their refusal will result in a threat to give the name and number of the taxi rider and to call the taxi and limousine comission. Even 1 o'clock in the morning is not particularly "late" for Manhattan......also a disproportionately large number of taxi riders lives in Queens, so there should be many who like to collect a paid ticket on their way home.
By the way, does the LGA have any flight at this nightfall? It seemed like she was closing for the night. Besides - what happens at the LGA at the hour of evening/morning????????????????????????????????? We' ll take the metro from the stadium, but (as you all know) the metro nearest to the LGA is near Roosevelt Avenue or towards Flushing-- which is not the best place in the world;the best place to hang out at 2am.
You could try to get a taxi in the stadium - but usually it's only gipsy taxis who want to talk about the prices. With 49,000 other folks, I like getting on the metro and going to Manhattan. That' s why the answer is - WHERE in Manhattan is the best place to get a taxi at 1am to take me to the LGA area.
Cause if I'm on the subway, I can get off at any stop. You try to go just south of 72nd East and just North of the canal. There' gonna be dozens of cabs all over Manhattan at this hour.