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Staten Island Wedding In September
"Times Square is a legendary NYC landmark, synonymous with all the glam and glitz of the Big Apple. It’s New York’s hub for flashing neon advertisements, Broadway’s famous theaters, rubbernecking tourists, and the ball drop on New Year’s Eve. Of course, Times Square isn’t a square at all, but the triangular intersection of several main thoroughfares. Thankfully, Broadway is pedestrianised as it passes through Times Square, from 42nd to 47th Streets, with plaza seating allowing visitors to actually stop, look, and relax. A visit to Times Square is an essential part of the New York experience, whether you come here to shop, dine, drink, see a show, or just gawp at the flurry of different architectural styles, spectacular neon signs, and bustling New Yorkers."
New York Wedding In May
"Even at midnight, the sky is alight over Times Square with more neon ads than you can count!"
New York> San Francisco > Monterey > Yosemite > Las Vegas Wedding In September
"Times Square is a major commercial intersection in the borough of Manhattan in New York City, nicknamed "The Crossroads of the World" and "The Great White Way," has achieved the status of an iconic world landmark and is a symbol of New York City and the United States."
New York Wedding In August
"For those willing to brave the crowds, there's legendary Times Square! Home to New York's Theater District, the New Year's Eve Ball Drop, and sky high billboards."
Jennifer and Isaac 's Wedding
"Perfect place to be a tourist, there are many shops to get your souveniers, catch a play, or see where they drop the ball on New Years Eve."
New York Wedding In July
"The center of the world."
Taylor and Carissa's Wedding
"The most iconic place in New York City. The ball drops on New Years, the curtain falls on Broadway, the tourists flock to this nexus of the universe. Definitely worth the trip, though we recommend going at night when it's the prettiest!"
Kelly and Billy's Wedding
"You can take the LIRR to Penn Station and take the subway the 1 train from 34 Street - Penn Station station heading Uptown / to Van Cortlandt Park and get off at 42 Street - Times Square. Also you can walk (.46 miles): Start out going East on W 33rd St towards 7th Ave Turn left onto 7th Ave Turn right onto W 42nd St"
Merri's and Tom's Wedding
"Where Tom Works... the Crossroads of the World."
West Orange Wedding In October
"Please see website above for a listing of New York City attractions."
Cedarhurst Wedding In August
"See a show on Broadway."
Christina and Michael's Wedding
"For people who will be in New York before or after the wedding - see a Broadway show in Times Square and eat at one of the many restaurants along West 46th Street (Restaurant Row)"
Jeff and Kristelle's Wedding
"It's worth checking out if you've never been there. Otherwise do yourself a favor and tell the taxi driver to avoid it. Watch out for naked cowboys."
New York Wedding In July
"Representing New York in every major motion picture of the last 5 decades: Times Square. You can get an "I Love NY" T-shirt here."
"The lights- ooo la la."
Jennifer and Colin's Wedding
"Times Square...crossroads of the world! A must see for about five minutes before the crowds get to you!"
"W. 46th St & Broadway"
New York City Wedding In August
"Location of the "Great White Way" If you buy theater tickets, please be sure to get the exact location of the theater. There are TONS in this area!!!"
Kirstin and Timothy's Wedding
"Looking for something to do? We are only an hour away from the city. Enjoy a walk in central park, take in a play, take a red Big Apple Bus Tour, go down to the village to soak up the sights and the shops. There are a 101 things you can do. Go to cityserch.com to help narrow down the possibilities."
New York City Wedding In May
"42nd StreetTrain StationVia Train lines: A,C,E,1,2,3,N,R,W or Q"