Thursday, October 18, 2007

Traveling to Liberty


Here is where I need some help and guide from all of you who have traveled to New York. As its my first visit there I am not aware of the places to visit and hotels to stay in. I will be traveling on the 16th November to NY for 6 nights and then will be in London for 1 day and then back to Kuwait. My cousin will be picking me from my Hotel either on 17th or 18th. So for 2 days I will be on my own..

Any hotel recommendations? places to visit? Dos and don't s are all welcome . Thanks!

9 comments:

ammaro.com said...

oh this is easy. stay anywhere near times square, since its in the center of everything, and its the liveliest place.

tips of things to do; go to my page, on the right hand side theres a column called TRAVEL. Just click on the NEW YORK link for pix and info, I was there about 10 months ago.

CeCe said...

I haven't been to NY yet. But if I were to be alone there, I'd like to be lost and discover things on my own. I suggest you do the same.

Amu said...

ammaro.com: thanks mate:) i did check it..I hope the trip turns out to be good

cece: I am planning on doing that too but just need some tips..

Vixen said...

it all depends on ur budget amu!

Amu said...

vixen: budget is open just need a good break so shoot in the best places :)

Oryx said...

Hotels, any hotel in the times square, I highly recommend the Marriott cause it has several doors that opens on different streets, besides if you stayed there the theater district would be couple of steps away, for those few days, go on a tour so you can see all of Manhattan within hours, then if you are interested, there is the Met museum, well for me it’s a must, and there is MOMA museum of modern art, make sure you catch shows there, the theater is great but be careful from where you get the tickets, and of course shopping down the 5th avenue, that should cover you for couple of days, hope you have great time :’)

Vixen said...

well the hotels on 6th avenue are great: warwick hotel and the london hotel, theyre not very expensive either, close to broadway and times square and central park! check them out :D

Amu said...

vixen and oryx: thanks :)

ammaro.com said...

let me know if you have any questions ;)

cece; yup, its amazing to do that, i love it! but you also need to have an idea of some of the things to do there. you dont wanna finish your holiday and come back and realize you missed something really worth going to :p