Time Square Apartments

416 W 46 th Street, New York City, New York, 10122, United States
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Markets near mid town

by edcorsaro

My wife and are staying at the Carlton Hotel on Madison ave and 28th st for a week. Are there any markets in the area where we can buy food, snacks, water, sodas ect.?

Re: Markets near mid town

by nicolaitan

you will find "delis" selling these items on every street corner in manhattan and your hotel will certainly know which of the closest are also the best. many have salad bars, all make sandwiches and cold plates, and most have hot dishes as well. this should only be your worst problem - no problem at all.

Re: Markets near mid town

by TexasDave

There is also a chain of drug stores almost on every other corner that have the things you mention, called Duane Reade. There's one on park Ave between 27th and 28th streets.

Re: Markets near mid town

by Bowsprit

I posted this on another forum thread but thought it might be helpful here too:

Google Maps has a nifty little feature for finding what you need near where you are. If you know the address of a restaurant or hotel, you can submit it into maps.google.com and Google will present you with a great map. But if you look near the top of the page you will see a link that reads: ‘Find businesses’. Click on that. Google then asks: ‘Find what’. If you type ‘delis’, ‘convenience stores’, ‘restaurants’, ‘bars’,’ hardware stores’, ‘beauty salons’, whatever and etc, Google gives the responses in a list on the left and locates them on the map center panel. It’s my favorite feature on Google Maps.

Travel Tips for New York City

Twin Towers

by jo104

Once a towering symbol of New Yorks financial status reduced to a hole in the ground through the actions of Al Qaeda terrorsits now out of the rubble the Freedom Tower is begining to take form.

The WTC consisted of 7 buildings in Lower Manhattan with the most prominent buildings being the twin towers each a walloping 110 stories tall, in 1972 the tallest building. For those workers afraid of heights the windows were designed to be only 45cm wide thus giving a sense of security. The PATH train takes you alongside the WTC so you can see the building works taking place. Today there is a viewing platform on the crossing into Wall Street Mall.

A brief background into 9/11 although it is ingrained into peoples minds mostly. At 8.46am the 1st plane crashed into the N Tower & at 9.03am the 2nd plane collapsed into the S Tower. Of the 2,749 deaths 658 were WTC employees & half of that number were fatalities of the firefighters who risked their lives

Free walking tours in Times Square

by Gard

Be sure to visit the Times Square Information Center as they can provide you with access to mail (maybe only Yahoo mail), information on where and how to get cheaper tickets to Broadway shows and free walking tours. If you want to get cheaper tickets to show you should also check out the Tkts booth on Times Square (www.tkts.com). Apparently you can show up here and get tickets for the evening shows to a reduced price…but remember to bring cash :-). We didn’t go to see any shows so I can’t really give much info about the subject. But we did go to the movies a couple of times in the Times Square area. We tried out both AMC25 and Loews Cineplex and they were both excellent movie theaters with great sound. The movie tickets cost about 10$ per person by the way.

We went for one free walking tour arranged by the Times Square Alliance. The tour lasted about 2 hours and the lady that took us around also did other tours that she informed us about during the walk. In this walk we were taken around in the Times Square area and we got information on how the theatre district has developed to what it is today, how Longacre Square has turned into Times Square, how the Church of Saint Mary the Virgin fits into the Times Square area etc. It was a pretty good tour but maybe a bit long (it lasted a bit more than 2 hours). It was at least clear to see that our guide enjoyed what she was doing and she was knowledgeable.

Check out Grand Central...

by TempNomad

Check out Grand Central Station. People rush in and out of here constantly, and it is more appreciated now than ever, but too many never look UP or just stroll around. The bathrooms are decent now, and the star map is clear (look UP!), there are art shows, shops, food, lots of people watching, and trains to boot.

Grand Central Terminal is connected to the 4,5,6,7, and S trains. It also houses the Metro-North Railroad. Look on the web site for tour information (they're free!) on Wednesdays and Fridays at 12:30PM.


See the sights of midtown...

by jimenez

See the sights of midtown Manhattan. Take a stroll down Fifth Avenue. Ride the Hansom cabs (horse drawn carriages) around Central Park. See manhattan and the surrounding area from the top of the World Trade Center and experience New York City's diverse cultures like Chinatown, Little Italy, the West Village. As a child growing up in New York (and it's surrounding boroughs) I found that inspite of the bad one hears about it, there was always good. Good in the people, and fun on it's streets. You can be poor and enjoy the City just as well as the rich. Maybe not as luxurously, but you can music, free shows on the sidewalks, discounted theatre, free sights and friedly people. It's truly a City that never sleeps.

s p a c e

by ncoutroulis

Every now and then you need some space.Especially living in New York. Take a trip to central park, and you'll find it. It really puts things in perspective. You'll forget that you're even in the city. There is music, food, art, wildlife, biking, and more. If you need to know where you are, just look up, and you'll know your in NYC.


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Address: 416 W 46 th Street, New York City, New York, 10122, United States