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Using public transport from JFK to Courtyard Lyndhurst Meadowlands

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First time poster!! We are flying into JFK next Friday and are staying at the Marriots Coutyard Lyndhurst Meadowlands for a few nights so that my son (and husband) can go to Wrestlemania at the Metlife.

How easy is it to get from A-B using public transport and what sort of costs are we looking at? My husband would rather do it this way so we get the full "experience" but we have 3 children aged 7, 10 & 12.

I have used Google maps and got some directions using public transport, but its not really that explanatory and doesnt indicate how easy it is!!! Any help gratefully received.

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