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The blocks around New York City’s Time Square offer a sea of hotel possibilities. We found our catch on West 39rd Street. The Holiday Inn Express Times Square is among the several lodging options shouldered among fabric stores and a few eateries between 8th and 9th Aves at the edge of the Garment District. Two college friends and I used this Holiday Inn, a 36-floor high rise, as a base from which to experience Midtown Manhattan. From the staff who helped with parking information, to the person who pointed us in the direction of the High Line– a park designed for walking above street level,

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