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Regarding taxis, I'd stick with the yellow ones simply for safety. The others cannot be guaranteed as they are 'gypsy' cabs. There are other options besides taxis though if you'd like to save money
Hi Bud: So for Broadway, check out this page. It gives you loads of options and ideas for buying tickets to Broadway shows ... cheaper. http://www.nyc-visitor-discounts.com/discount-broadway-theater-tickets
Hi, Happy to help. Before I give you some options, please give me some background on your wife and daughter. Ages, likes/dislikes, have they been to NYC before, what would they like to see /do, any
The #1 goes directly to TriBeCa but it is a local which means that it makes more stops. Depending on where you get on, you could take the #2 or 3, which are express, and then change to the #1 to make faster
Hi Danielle, What stop will you be getting on and what train will you be taking? Best, Jill