Gridlocked traffic between LaGuardia Airport and Citi Field has become a point of contention among travelers and ball fans alike. The area is often congested during major travel holidays as well as nearly every weekend for sporting events, festivals and parades throughout most of the year. The good news is that you can often avoid traffic by planning ahead. Read More
Category: Special Events
It’s the time of the year when everyone dons their favorite ball cap and heads out to Citi Field and Yankee Stadium to revel in the joy of baseball. Unfortunately, even the most devout fans know that just getting to the field in the first place can be quite a headache. Instead of trying to battle your way through the traffic on your own, consider these four reasons to hire a ride service to get you there and back: Read More
The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center is one of New York’s most popular event locations. Sitting deep inside the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood overlooking the Hudson River, it is a central location for concerts, expos and more. Unfortunately, a quick search online will show you that parking in the area can range anywhere from $15 an hour up to $25 or more, and that probably won’t even cover the time it takes you to get into the convention center. For most people traveling in a group, hiring a transport service is typically far less expensive and guarantees you can get as close as possible to the events center. Read More
The Holidays are a time to spread love, cheer and support, and Teddy’s Limo sure knows how to do that!
This year, Teddy’s is sending donations to support two different local causes.
They kicked off their Thanksgiving Holiday by donating 30+ turkeys to the Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County.
A quintessential New York event
There are few things more “New York” than the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. Held nearly every year since 1924, it’s one of the biggest events the City has to offer, and one of the most extravagant celebrations in the country. The balloons, floats, celebrities, marching bands and the excitement of the crowds are a memorable way to start Thanksgiving Day and kick of the Christmas season.
In recent years, the parade has been seen by more than 50 million people around the country and more than 3.5 million people along a two-mile stretch of the parade route. Seeing the parade in person is one of those things everyone consider doing at least once. Read More