I need Advice on finding good hotel under $300 a night with breakfast.
Where can I find affordable off campus for students in New York? I am planning of my further studies in New York City. Need your suggestions.
I have a plan to see Niagara Fall on Falls view and would like to arrange a transportation. I Google and found one taxi company looks very reasonable http://buffalo-airporttaxi.com/ they asked about 65$ and I tried another one and they offered about 75 but my question is, is there any way to get cheaper than that since I am student. tks
These two hotels are my final two choices - I think!!
They are both very similar in price but I'm really struggling which one to choose!
So my question for you is have you stayed in either and what were your thoughts??
Thank you !!
What's the best option (transportation wise) to take from LGA to Lafayette Ave/White Plains Rd, Bronx area? A friend and I have never been to that area and don't want to be completely clueless. I'm debating if I want to deal with the subway/bus system or just take a cab straight from the airport considering that I will have to lug some luggage around. Also, can someone advise me about the area? I'm planning on staying with a friend for a few days and spend the rest in the city. Does the buses have enough space for luggage or is it just certain ones?
Any and all advice would greatly be appreciated. :D Thanks!
I am visiting New York on 15 Nov - 30 Nov 2014.Please advice me with decent hotels in the city at an affordable price during this time.
I am going to New York for the first time in 2 weeks. I went online to buy my statue of liberty tickets for our trip and they appear to be sold out! I had no idea they would sell out that fast. Is this true? Any insight would be helpful!
I'm devastated. :( Any other suggestions on what I should buy now?
Hi! So a few of us will be spending NYE in the city and wanted to know what kinds of things were available without breaking the bank. We do have one person under 21 (he's only 20) that will be with us. What is there open for both 21+ and under 21 in times square? Any info is greatly appreciated!
We'll be visiting NYC at X-mas and New years eve from the Netherlands with our two daughters aged 7 and 9. We were planning to go to Times Square for the ball drop but changed our minds after hearing all the horror stories. We had no idea how complicated the whole happening is. The children are disappointed now and we're looking for an alternative. Does anyone have a suggestion to make this a memorable experience? My husbands turning 50 and it's our first time in NYC with the children. Is it a good idea to go to Central park? We heard about a party and a midnight run. Is this a good idea with the children and is it safe? I also heard smth about a pre run which my youngest daughter would love to do (even the real run at mid night perhaps with my husband). Can anyone tell me what time the pre run begins? Thank you! Lilou
Myself and my partner are going to New York in either Jan/Feb
I appreciate these months are cold and therefore cheaper than the other months.
I want a clean, modern hotel which is close to the main attractions.
We want to stay for 4 nights with a budget of around £500 - I can see a lot of hotels on Expedia for this price eg the metro, row nyc etc.
Have you staying in any of these hotel? Or others that fit the budget?
Any information would really help.
(Which is the better month jan/feb, places that are a must see etc)
I have a few questions for you knowledgable people.we are an australian family of 6-- staying for 4 or 5 nights in late january.we are first time visitors.we would rather walk places than have to get transport too often.we pretty much want to see all the usual things.
1--would like some of your input into where to stay in nyc.( area that would be good).
2--transport from airport to accommodation--possibly midnight --6 of us and luggage.
3--love some help with organising our days effectively
4-- also opinions-- 4 or 5 nights -- are we doing new york an injustice by just staying 4 nights
5-- weird question-- would like to walk some classic streets of beautiful terrace houses you sort of see in movies--are there areas like that?
6-- possibly going to lancaster afterwards-- catch a train there and then pick up car or rent from new york? -- remembering we are total 'drive on the other side of the road 'visitors.
Thanks to you all
Hello everybody. I'll be in New York in December for a week, and I'm spending the night of December 15 in Washington. My question is shall I go by Train or bus? All busses companies says average travel time is 4.5 hs, is this true since it's Christmas eve? On the other hand, taking a train from Amtrak will be worth the money?
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