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Dean Chandler

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ANew York City: cab fare

Probably about $45-50 to $60 (depending on the time of day...obviously 7:30am--10am and 4:30-6:30pm are rush hour so more expensive due to time it takes to get there. Don't take an Uber from LGA right now. Construction has moved them off site. You can call a car service... See More


ANew York City: Car seats

Yes, you can, Lucy. It's absolutely legal to travel with a child seat-aged child without a child seat in a NYC Cab (Uber and Lyft as well...although w/Uber you can request a car seat). These are "for hire" cars and so they are exempt. I have a 3yo and he's... See More


ANew York City: Great coffee in NYC that isn't Starbucks?

100% Birch Coffee​  See More


AManhattan: Top Restaurants (not very expensive) in Manhattan, NYC?

I agree with Rocio regarding Shake Shack​ but my number 1 recommendation (and I've recommended on Trippy in the past and will continue to do so) is Wine:30​. Fantastic food. Great outdoor space in back. When I lived in the area,... See More


ANew York City: Looking for hip/trendy restaurants with fab food near specific locations

Have you tried getting reservations at The Heath​ in the McKittrick? Great spot. As for Saturday you cannot go wrong with the Gramercy Tavern​ or Maialino​ in the Gramercy Park Hotel. Then hit the Rose... See More


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Hey Chris, Check out The James Hotel New York​. It's right at the nexus of SoHo and Tribeca. It's a great spot with a Rooftop bar and pool. Also 60 Thompson-A Thompson Hotel​ or the Thompson LES​ (a little... See More


QTurks and Caicos: Beachfront Hotels For Family With 9 Month Old

Hi Trippy Family, My family of 3 is headed down to T&C in late February and are looking for the "right" hotel...I know, pretty ambiguous quoting but we don't want a Sandals or a club-like Gansavoort (not this time anyway) but do want something with enough... See More


ANew York City: Well priced hotels in/around Midtown? Budget friendly places to eat?

Hi Howard, with hotels in NYC it's all about managing expectations and context. Space is obviously at a premium so they run small but usually pretty efficient with their space. As others have suggested I'd try a Hotwire or other aggregate to give you the best options... See More




   
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