2 Hours and 45 Minutes Parking at Newark Liberty Terminal C Sets you Back 24 Dollars

On Sunday, my wife and I took our youngest son to Newark Liberty Airport, Terminal C, where he was catching a flight to Brussels for his year of high school abroad sponsored by Rotary Youth Exchange Program.

After making sure he made it through security (it was his first time flying by himself), my wife suggested we head for the 4th level of the parking lot and try to catch a glimpse of his plane taking off.

(* Aiport view from rooftop -4th Level- of Newark Liberty Terminal C parking lot- you can see planes taking off above end of Terminal ahead)

We saw it and many other planes (not sure which one exactly was his).

I was a bit shocked when i exited the parking lot that 2 hours and 45 minutes there set me back $24 or $4 for each half hour.

Cost of Loving!

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