This is my first time taking Amtrak so I could be reading the itinerary wrong or getting the meaning of 'connection' wrong, but my understanding is that when my itinerary says I get to Moynihan at 8:35PM, I have a "10h 40m connection in NYP | Transfer" (copied from the itinerary), and I depart from Moynihan at 7:15AM; that means I am in New York, off the train and waiting for another at the station, for about 11 hours. Please correct me if I am wrong on any of that. I am fully prepared to just take a sleeping pill on the first train since I'm on it for about 10 hours, then stay awake and read in Moynihan station all night, but I have no idea if they let people stay that long or in the dead of night. I'm under no illusions that that would be a pleasant 11 hours, but it's preferable to wandering around NYC in the middle of night, and at least to me, better than getting a very expensive hotel room. So my question is, am I allowed to stay in the station from 8:35 PM to 7:15 AM?