Team "Fidgety Feet"
Topic 51: Team Fidgety Feet
This site contains education, information and research URL's bookmarked by a Parkinson's patient. The links on this web page present maps; 1-800#s; tourist sites; information for the disabled to tour New York City; information on the Parkinson's Unity Walk in Central Park. Nothing you read in these pages should be considered an endorsement or medical advice.
(The "Virtual Tour of NYC" links have been moved to the next page)
We have a "Fidgety Feet" walk TEAM
Caution! The "Fidgety Feet" theme sound clip is a 2meg download, requires a fast connection
"Fidgety Feet" is a jazz number on the Original Dixieland Jazz Band - 80 Years of Jazz (LRHR1103) CD and has generously been made available as a FREE MP-3 Download on their site! Yep! The whole song, over 4:30 minutes of great jazz!! Click here to check it out!! Scroll down on their site to #7 Fidgety Feet... There's also a hot rendition of Tiger Rag!
And YOU Are Invited to Help US!!
Help requires cable connection, Free Flash Player and lots of memory
"Help" represents the creative genius of a Parkie friend!
(You're missin' sumpthin' special if ya don't have Flash)
We love your little Films! Thank you, Carey!
Put your best fidgety foot forward!
If You're Unable To Join Our Team
in Gotham City...
Please SPONSOR Us!!
Click on the above hyper-link, then scroll and just click on the name of the team member you wish to sponsor to make a donation online!
You can also Sponsor a Walker Offline, by clicking HERE to print a form for snail mail!
Donate Directly to Parkinson's Unity Walk
Map1 - Rain or Shine - Map2
10th Annual Parkinson's Unity Walk
Saturday, April 24, 2004 in front of the Naumburg Bandshell
"Getting there is very easy if you're using public transportation. Don't even think of using your car. Parking (scroll way down) is practically nonexistent and very expensive!"
Where are the restrooms in Central Park?
Which tracks are Murray's? Stuart Little's? Snowbell's?
Interactive Map of Manhattan
Requires cable connection, Free Flash Player and lots of memory
We have Sinatra in our Walkman
Caution! Large 1.9Mb download...
YEP! NEW YORK, NEW YORK 2004
Start spreadin' the news,
I'm leavin' today
I want to be a part of it,
New York, New York...
These vagabond shoes
are longing to stray
right through the very heart of it,
New York, New York...
We miss ya, Frank... though you are here in the tribute and family sites...
Brenda and I will be wearing "Fidgety Feet" TEAM Inukshuk Tees!
Murray's, 100% optional, Team Tee Shirt(s)
Preview the Logo on the Front of the Tee
Our Focus is on FUNd Raisin'
Team hat option1 - my preference we buy the hats...
Inexpensive team hat - option 2
We could wear paper "specs"
What Do Other Teams Look Like? - Photos of 2003 Walk
Brenda and I will be at the Mayflower Thursday April 22
Map for The Mayflower Hotel on the Park
Map for Hilton Hotels, Rockefeller Center, New York City
Map for Hilton Hotels, Times Square, New York City
Turn your fantasies into reality in New York City's most celebrated restaurant and private party destination. With it's lush setting in Central Park, it's no wonder the critics say, 'If Oz had a restaurant, this would be it!'
Map1 ... Map2 for Tavern on the Green
In preparation for your NYC visit, read the Manhattan User's Guide or the Gotham Gazette... Check out the hundreds of NYC links on their site -- organized by topic (education, housing, etc.), by type of organization (NYC government, culture, labor, think tanks, etc.) and by location (Brooklyn, Queens, etc.), as well as links to dozens of NYC news sites.
NYC Weather Averages
Month Temperature Ranges
April 44-61F 07-16C
May 53-72F 12-22C
New York City is Welcoming, Friendly and Accessible (telephone #s) to Travelers with Disabilities
Scoot Around, 888/441-7575, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheelchair and scooter rentals. Seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
Scoot Around NYC!
If you're up to it, you can Bike around NYC or take a Pedicab...(Scroll Bike around NYC to find Pedicabs!) Read the Getting Around NYC Menu and choose your transportation!
Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities (212/788-2830) will send the book Access New York free of charge to people who inquire via telephone. The 100-page large-type book provides resources and specific accessibility reviews for cultural institutions, theaters, nightlife and sports venues, and tours.
Request your copy
How do I get there? NYC has three major Airports:
John F. Kennedy - JFK
Newark - EWR
LaGuardia - LGA
Transportation at NYC Airports
Getting to and from NYC Airports
For those flying into New York there are three major airports that you may arrive at: LaGuardia, Newark, and Kennedy International. There are on-line directions from the airports to the major hotels, together with Central Park, Area, and subway maps.
The easiest way to get to Manhattan is to take a Yellow Cab from any of the airports; however, this is also a more expensive route. Taxi fare from the various airports is as follows: LaGuardia: about $18 + $3 toll + 15% tip = $24 Newark: about $60-$65 JFK: fixed rate $35 + $3 toll + 15% tip = $44
A simple and cheaper alternative is the SuperShuttle. This is a shared van which will take you from the airport and drop you off at a location you specify (including your hotel) in Manhattan. To use the SuperShuttle, follow the signs at the airport to the Ground Transportation Desk near the Baggage Claim area. There you can make a reservation on the next shuttle. The vans leave on demand, so there will only be a short wait for yours. The SuperShuttle will also pick you up at your hotel for your return to the airport. Simply call them with at least 24 hours notice at 212-BLUE-VAN or 212-258-3826 with your pick up location and time.
SuperShuttle Fares from the airports are as follows: LaGuardia: $15-$22, operates 7 AM to 11:30 PM Newark: $15-$19, operates 24 hours/day JFK: $15-$19, operates 24 hours/day
Gray Line Air Shuttle, 212/315-3006. Accessible service between NYC's three major airports and area hotels with 24-hour notice.
Getting Around in New York City
Most of Manhattan's attractions can be visited by using a combination of the city's subway, extensive bus service, one of the thousands of yellow taxis and your feet! A Metro card offers unlimited subway and local bus lines and offers great value.
And who knows? Maybe Willie'll show up in Central Park!!
Willie, you're pretty special, 'n you're invited!!
Dancing dudes with sunglasses, dance5.gif cheerfully "borrowed" from here
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