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Old 12-07-2008, 12:24 PM
 
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thanks everyone. I guess we are looking to spend under $100 per night for activities. Not including dinner. We usually like bars and stuff and aren't really looking for an expensive dinner for this trip. cool pic of the sandwich. Yeah we might have to split it. But doing all that walking I might get hungry too. Thanks for the two links. Those will help a lot.
So wich part of town is the big tree in and times square? So confusing. Upper eat upper west, midtown.
I don't really care to see the empire state building or even the statue of liberty. We might see a play. But who knows. I know I wanna stay near times square.
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Old 12-07-2008, 12:29 PM
 
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thanks everyone. I guess we are looking to spend under $100 per night for activities. Not including dinner. We usually like bars and stuff and aren't really looking for an expensive dinner for this trip. cool pic of the sandwich. Yeah we might have to split it. But doing all that walking I might get hungry too. Thanks for the two links. Those will help a lot.
So wich part of town is the big tree in and times square? So confusing. Upper eat upper west, midtown.
I don't really care to see the empire state building or even the statue of liberty. We might see a play. But who knows. I know I wanna stay near times square.
The tree is in Rockefeller Plaza.

Rockefeller Plaza, New York, New York, New York 10020 - Google Maps

And Times Square is here:

times square - Google Maps

Pretty close together and no big deal to walk between.
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Old 12-07-2008, 12:36 PM
 
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what about greenwich village? anything there to see?
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Old 12-07-2008, 12:42 PM
 
Location: Washington, DC & New York
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I would suggest staying in Times Square at one of the hotels nearby, the aforementioned Marriott and the Westin usually have occupancy. And, for the nostalgia of its old commercials, The Milford Plaza. LOL...though I'd rank the Westin and Marriott a bit higher than the Milford Plaza.

Do you like food? If so, you're right near all the theatre district restaurants, some of which have excellent prix fixe fare. Also, you can get deals on tickets at the TKTS booth for half price, day of shows, both Broadway and Off-Broadway. The sales benefit the Theatre Development Fund. TKTS Discount Booths
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