Aka-Korman Communities-Sutton Place

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330 East 56th Street, New York City, New York, 10022, United States
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 88% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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NYC to Washington DC by train

by Mich1979

Hiya,

can anyone tell me how long it takes to get to washington dc from new york city by train?
I am visiting nyc in april but am thinking of making a day trip to washington dc.

Also, how far from the station in washington dc is the whitehouse?

Thanks

Michelle

Re: NYC to Washington DC by train

by travelgourmet

From Penn Station to Union Station DC is 3 hours by Express and on the Regional about a 3-4 hour trip.
The Capitol building and the Library of Congress are within walking distance, but the White House is close to 3 miles away.

Re: NYC to Washington DC by train

by Mich1979

That is great, thank you very much for your reply.

Re: NYC to Washington DC by train

by Mich1979

Oh, just thought. Is it a nice train journey for a tourist?

Re: NYC to Washington DC by train

by xymmot

one of the easiest to get into Washington DC. When you come out the station, you can see the Capitol in front of it. If just taking the day there, I take the Grayline tour or a hop on and off bus. The streets are long blocks and the value for the money is going to all these places in a day, It might be cherry blossom time also and when spring is in the air in DC, everyone gets out. The White House is 10 long blocks...it is walkable, but to the sightseeing trolley, bus or whatever. In fact, go to the capitol and look down the mall to washington monument. in between is the White House on the right. walk down the middle of the mall and you will see how far the walk is,

cheers tommy x

cheers tommy x

Re: NYC to Washington DC by train

by xymmot

If you didn't make plans yet, you may want to stay overnight in the nations capital,,, there is so much to see and at night the streets lights up. Besides the rooms are much cheaper than NYC and most sites are free. They also have the great National Zoo there

cheers tommy x

Re: NYC to Washington DC by train

by goodfish

Just a note here that if you have interest in touring the White House, you need to contact your embassy in Washington to submit a tour request.

http://www.whitehouse.gov/about/tours-and-events

Re: NYC to Washington DC by train

by NYTim

One can also use the Bolt Bus for a fraction of the cost of an AMTRAC train.

Re: NYC to Washington DC by train

by xymmot

or the Mega bus five dollae seats availiable

Re: NYC to Washington DC by train

by Mich1979

Thank you so much for all you replies x

Re: NYC to Washington DC by train

by Helzie12

Hi I am also thinking about doing this with my family (2kids 9 +10) but I am worried that 3 hrs there 3 hrs back might ruin the next few days in NY. I would love for you to let us know (after April) how it went.
Thanx heaps

Re: NYC to Washington DC by train

by glabah

If you decide that any of those distances in Washington DC are too far to walk, keep in mind that Union Station also has a station served by the Washington Metro
http://www.wmata.com/
I have no idea where the several NY to DC buses end up in DC, but they probably get close to one of the Metro stations as well.

Travel Tips for New York City

metro pass and scam in time square

by sledge8986

you can get a metro pass for 7-14 days unlimited use on buses and subway you get it from machines in the subway the only place it is no good is the air train too and from the airport that cost $5.00 but you can get the subway to the air train by useing the card we just left new york the other day it is a great pass we used it so much we were there for 10 days. be carefull of anybody offering free cd's in time square they come up to you saying they are just getting there music out for people to hear and they are from the bronx when they get the cd in your hand there is another 2 up to 5 others pushed cd in your hand they all tell the same type of story then they sign the cover asking your name and then they ask for a donation whatever your want to give but whatever you give one the others then start asking for there money

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New York City Tip

by rknapp11

My favorite memory of New York is from 1987 when I went there with my parents over Christmas break. We went to see the La Boehme at the Metropolitan Opera on New Year's Eve. It was a beautiful performance with a stunning set. After the opera, we went out to Times Square and watched the ball descend. It was incredibly cold, and just as the clock struck midnight, tiny, shimmering snowflakes appeared, decorating the sky like tinsel.

Visit the American Museum of...

by zeelie

Visit the American Museum of Natural History. The Natural History Museum is a major tourist attraction in New York City. There are altogether 42 permanent exhibits covering various disciplines of sciences, from biology, ecology, zoology, geology, astronomy to anthropology. The Hall of Dinosaurs is a big hit with the kids.

Thee Christmas tree/ice skating

by merimichelle

Too cold for me to ice skate but didn't mind watching the goofballs having fun freezing their rear ends off! The Christmas tree is gorgeous pics don't do it justice! Oh one cool thing is you can get your picture taken for free by NBC in front of the tree then you can look it up on a website they give you and order it only if you want to. You can even order Christmas cards with the tree you, and or, your family. It also saves you from getting yelled at for standing on the walls trying to get a decent pic of the tree! ( I did get pics done by NBC and wow they turned out incredible...sent them to mom as a Christmas gift)

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