i'm young male who has not been to NYC in over 8 years and i was asking this question because i am interested in dating a Dominican or Puerto Rican woman, could you guys tell me what are the best places/neighborhoods in NYC to meet these women ? thank you.
Hi all we are travelling from Australia in December to spend NYE In NYC. Although the dropping of the ball was my first option but 12 hours in the snow or 1000s of $ for a special function or room with a view has ended that. I have found some great cruises though so excited about doing that and watching the fireworks. Was looking for some advice. At this stage the cornucopia majesty looks great. Has anyone done this trip on NYE ? I'd love to hear your reviews on this or other crusies.....?
hi.my wife and myself are getting our wedding vowels renewed in september,and wandered if anyone could recommend a decent photographer?it will only be for approx 30-40 mins work,and its only 4 of us at the ceremony.i've had a couple of quotes from companies,and they want around about £400($600),which seems really steep to me.just wandered if anyone knew of a freelance photographer who wouldnt have the 'overheads' of a company.
thanks in advance
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I am a 63 year old, Caucasian, female. I have an old classmate that lives in Bushwick. He is a musician. I would love to come visit but a little nervous. He has told me NY is very different than the NW. Have to think of safety. I am a straight, no drink nor drug person. Don't know why I felt I needed to say that. Anyway, would love to connect with people in Bushwick to get their views and more info.
My girlfriend and I are planning a trip to NYC from 2/27 to 3/2. She doesn't know but I am planning on proposing while on this trip. I want a hotel in a good location... (I was thinking Times Square but am open to any suggestions)..around $125 or so per night. It is the 1 year anniversary of our first date and we want a memorable romantic experience. I had a carriage ride in central park in mind. Any suggestions on what to do/see and suggestions on where would be a great place to propose would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
We are planning our very first trip to nyc this December. We will have 3.5 days to sight see and shop. We want to do Rockefeller center, all of the window displays, a couple of Christmas markets, radio city Christmas spectacular, Soho, little Italy, chinatown, staten island ferry to see the statue of liberty, central park, grand central terminal, Greenwich village, times square, the Brooklyn bridge, we will walk by and see the empire state building and the Chrysler building as well, and top of the rock. Looking for suggestions on anything I missed, places to eat, and how to set up an itinerary. We are staying at The Manhattan at times square. Help will b greatly appreciated!
I am taking my Mom to New York City for her Birthday in March. Neither one of us have ever been there. I booked us at the Warwick, and have purchased tickets for a show. I would like to take her out for a special celebration dinner, somewhere that will help make her trip very special. Any suggestions?
Hi I'm travelling to NYC for the first time with my partner for 5 days. We are in our mid-twenties and really love food.
We are trying to decide on a place to stay and are tossing up between:
1) Upper West Side- West 107th Street (my top choice based on the description and reviews of the place)
2) Lower East End - Henry St
3) East Village - East 7th St
4) Union Sq/Gramercy Park - East 14th St
5) Upper East side - 89th St
6) East Village/Gramercy Park - East 15th St
Do any of these stand out as being very good areas (safety, food, convenience) or are they all about the same? Do any of these stand out as being places to avoid? Or are there places directly surrounding these areas that should be avoided?
Going to NYC this May with family. I know they will want to see the typical landmarks etc.
Although I would like to venture off to some interesting places to see/eat. Do you know any cool places to visit?/tips/money saving ideas.
What Broadway shows play at this sort of time?
Hi all, I am from Singapore and it will be my first time to New York, there are a couple of questions I would like to ask.
1. I will be travelling with a few other friends to New York in mid July and we are looking for affordable hotels/hostels which are in the more 'convenient' neighbourhoods. Which would be recommended?
2. What are the must-see and do in New York? A few of the places we are looking at are the Times Square, Coney Island, Central Park and Brooklyn Bridge. I went on the web to search, there were many results and I would like to hear the opinions from locals or people who know NYC.
3. Oh yes, and how do I get from New York to Boston? Aside from domestic flights as most flights have got a baggage limit of about 23kg. I'm looking at buses or trains but I'm hearing that the metro can be quite confusing as it is my first time there. As for buses, there are a few operators, which is recommended?
4. Lastly, is there anything else I need to take note of when I am there? Any difference in culture or similar that I will have to know of?
Thank you for reading, help is very much appreciated
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