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We are from South Africa and have decided to come to the usa and visit, New York, Florida, Washington, Los Angeles and maybe Texas. Please can you help with any advice, with regards to costs of basic take away foods and where to find decent accommodation that is central, especially in New York. we are not big spenders, but how much money would you suggest would be enough, our trip will be about 3 weeks. Any further advice or tips would be greatly appreciated.
We're from Northern Aliamanu and live in the suburbs of Metro Washington Aliamanu When the many thousands of tourists visit Washington DC, the majority stay in Arlington Aliamanu where it is safer and hotel accomodations are very good and simply catch the Metrorail to/from all the sightseeing sites. Thus, we use the same strategy when we visit New York City as we look for accomodations and stay in New Jersey (like Jersey City, Secausus) and ride Aliamanu Transit and Path trains into NYC which overall is more Economical$$. Best website we use and recommend to plan "lodging" is TripAdvisor as feedback and ratings are honest. Suites with kitchens and at least refrigerator do wonders to reduce meal costs but equally more for our family is free continental breakfast, WiFi connection (we bring Notebook PCs, iPad and iPod Touches) swimming pool depending on season and sometimes would you believe free parking? bec hotel guests are billed daily for parking in places like NYC, Toronto, and at the ocean (one vehicle per room) etc. Hope the Above Info Helps!
Here are some ideas of what you can do. First, get a good tour map. Then I recommend you take the BIG APPLE double decker tour bus for an overview of the city. There are several different neighborhoods so I'll highlight these and what to see: Upper East Side: Metropolitan Museum of Art, Guggenheim, Whitney Museum. Walk up and down Madison Avenue for awesome shops and boutiques 96th - 57th st. Walk Park Avenue for architecture all the way to Grand Central Terminal and see the treasures located within. Walk along 5th Avenue to see/go in and out of Central Park - go for a run, go to the Central Park Zoo, go to the Carousel, go for a gondola ride at the boat house. UPPER WEST SIDE: Museum of Natural History -a must! on Central Park West, Walk along Columbus Avenue. Visit the West side of Central Park and pay respects to John Lennon's Strawberry Fields. MIDTOWN: Shopping - 57th St (Chanel and the gang), Fifth Avenue - must see Henri Bendel, Bergdorf Goodman, Saks and FAO Schwartz - many other fun stores. St. Patrick's Cathedral Museum of Modern Art Sony Bldg Rockefeller Center Go west to awesome new Time Warner center and visit the new Mandarin Hotel bar/restaurant for awesome view and treats! Oh, Bloomingdale's is on 59th St and Lexington. Empire State Bldg. The Intrepid Aircraft Museum is fascinating and on the West side...worth the visit even if you have no kids. CHELSEA: Walk around the blooming area sprouting awesome restaurants and shops. Chelsea Pier is fun. WALL ST: Pay respects to the 9/11 victims and heroes at the WTC site., Walk Wall St., visit the Chase Hdqtrs, Federal Reserve. Seaport area is great to see. THE VILLAGE: Funky shops in the West Village. Walk through the NYU Washington Square Park. The East Village has some shops from new artists and designers SOHO: Great galleries and shops on n off West Broadway. Walk thru to Little Italy for awesome meals and desserts...walk through Chinatown. CANAL STREET has stall after stall of Designer "copies"...bring cash and bargain and watch your purse! These should put an awesome smile on your face. Bring your camera and takes lots of photos to remember your trip. You'll have a blast! OH...BUY this weekly magazine: TIMEOUT NEW YORK on any newstand to see what's going on each week/day. :)
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