You can’t visit New York unless you make time for kodak moments at Times Square. I don’t know what it is about bright lights and big electronic billboards, but it is a major eye candy. This is the famous location for the New Year’s Eve ball drop. If you take a closer look at the pictures, you will see the 2010 ball lit up and ready to go for 2010 New Year’s Eve.


There are red stairs that you can take a picture from. We didn’t get to climb up these stairs, but the view for a picture will be amazing from the top.

There are barely any public restrooms on Times Square. Download a bathroom finder application on your mobile device for comfort.

The restaurants in this area tend to be more on the expensive side. Eat elsewhere before going to Times Square if you want to stay under budget.

See a Broadway show! We didn’t have time to see one, but we are definitely coming back for it!

If you’re planning on seeing the ball drop on New Year’s Eve, it is going to be brutal. Here are some tips:

Tips for Attending the New Year’s Eve Ball Drop in Times Square

Ball Drop – What You Need to Know

Been to Times Square? What did you enjoy about it? Any tips on seeing the ball drop?

‘Til next adventure!

Location:  New York City, New York

Date: December 10, 2010

Life Experience: Times Square

2 thoughts on “Times Square – New York City, New York

  1. Broadway in New York is taken to a new level. Audience in tears during Phantom of the Opera. Not me of course…

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