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"Yes, bus is the least expensive. I have only used Tripper Bus which is out of Bethesda, a suburb of Maryland. The bus stop is a couple of blocks away from the Bethesda metro station. Many of the buses let you off near Pennsylvania Station in New York City. Check out this Washington Post article regarding the different buses that travel between DC and NYC. !"  See More

"I did exactly what you did, but allowed myself 4 nights in New York City to see a bunch of stuff. I rented an AIRBNB in Washington, DC, and got permission to leave my car for the 4 nights I was in NYC. MEGABUS ."  See More

"It's super-cute boutique hotel with a really lovely outdoor patio and pretty close to Times Square (although that's a VERY touristy part of the city!"  See More

"And there are tons of inexpensive eatery like deli and pizzeria that are walking distance from Times Square in either directions."  See More

"Also you can take the "R" train from Times Square to Whitehall and that's right off the ferry"  See More

"R/W train from Times Square (or 49th street) to Whitehall Street is definitely the better subway option."  See More

"From Times Square, you can take the #1 train straight to South Ferry"  See More

"Try Junior's restaurant near Times Square 44 or 45 street"  See More

"My idea of 'affordable' may not be the same as yours but imo Manhattan hotels are ridiculously expensive year-round and even more so if they are near Times Square and/or Central Park."  See More

"Go there before things like the New York Public Library or even Times Square (it's a few avenues West, not hard to walk to)."  See More

"Will get back to you on where to go and what spots to avoid (for food, avoid: Little Italy and Times Square)."  See More

"Giant Toys"R"Us/Babies"R"Us in Times Square to visit."  See More

"Eventually, everyone that comes to New York visits Times Square, but it really isn't so great."  See More

"Walk through Times Square then go to TKTS Times Square to see what deals they have on broadway shows for the night."  See More

"If you can, Rockefeller Plaza, see a show, in Times Square there is a stand for discounted same day TKTS Times Square tickets, the Empire State Building observation deck."  See More

"If you want to see some theater check out the TKTS booth in Times Square to get discounted tickets!"  See More

"AVOID Midtown east/west and Times Square!"  See More

"Its is a nice safe hotel (lobby is not on the street level, which is a nice security perk) but you can easily walk to Times Square, NBC (NY) Employees FCU, Theater District - Times Square, and lots of fun little restaurants."  See More

"Times Square, Times Square, Madame Tussauds New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, Central Park Zoo, Top of The Rock"  See More

"Here i am going to mention few of mine favourite, hope could justify Niagara Falls Watkins Glen State Park New York City Hall Times Square Buttermilk Falls"  See More

"Eventually, everyone that goes to New York visits Times Square."  See More

"Eventually, everyone that goes to New York visits Times Square Probably the best free thing in New York is Central Park."  See More

"Staying near the Times Square/Midtown area definitely has the advantage of having easy access to most of the most well known attractions by foot or short subway ride."  See More

"Walk through Times Square Eat on Restaurant Row (on 46th between 8th and 9th Ave) Go to Museum of Modern Art or just stroll around Midtown checking out the shops and St Patricks Cathedral."  See More

"There are plenty of places to visit in New York that are free to just site see such as Chinatown New York, Little Italy, Union Station, High Line Park, New York Public Library, Times Square, St Patrick's Cathedral, Rockefeller Center, Brooklyn Bridge."  See More

"Wander around Central Park, Greenwich Village, Times Square"  See More

"The Gallagher restaurant; near Times Square."  See More

"It's also just a 15min walk for Times Square"  See More

"I'd probably still head to Midtown Manhattan/Times Square area and make that your anchor point."  See More

"Just walking around Times Square is amazing."  See More

"Don't buy them in Times Square - worst possible place spend-wise."  See More

"Times Square is unfortunately one of the most expensive areas in Manhattan--it is probably the most-visited tourist destination spots in the city, which means that any activity or restaurant you choose is going to cost a lot of money."  See More

"Close to Times Square there is Bryant Park where people go to relax, propose, grab a coffee, etc."  See More

"The train's northern most stop is 33rd street around Macy's so you are only about a 10 block walk to Times Square."  See More

"But of course you must hit up Times Square!"  See More

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