So I've been reading these threads for 2 days now (just discovered this past weekend) and I read a post that scared the daylights out of me: Someone arrived at the port in NYC and was told they needed to park elsewhere because it is FULL. We are traveling with my mom-in-law, and she has fibromyalgia, a bad back, recently broke her hip, and arthritis. This is not a woman who we need to be schlepping all over NYC. How is cruise HANDICAPPED parking at the docks? We have a Maine handicapped placard, and we figured that we wouldn't have a problem. Now I'm not so sure. Is anyone familiar with this? We are now debating going in and trying to park the night before, then taking a cab in from the hotel the next day. The whole "lot is full" thing is not something DH and I need to be panicking about, what with a physically-challenged mom-in-law, and two kids (12 and 5). Thanks for any advice anyone can give! To quote my kids: "Three More Days Till New YORK!"