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There are 4 of us going to NYC for the first time. We will be there for 5 days and 5 nights. While there we are taking in a Yankees game and a NFL game in New Jersey.

We currently have a hotel reservation in NJ right at the Lincoln Tunnel. It's a great rate that includes breakfast, parking (2 people are driving) and WI-Fi. What I am wondering is how easy or how difficult it is to commute between NJ (Tonnelle Stree) into NYC via subway? Also, what is the cost? With 4 of us travelling into NYC daily, depending on the cost of transit it might be better to find a hotel in NYC. Any thoughts on this.

Also we are planning to visit the following places (see below) and are wondering if we should get a NYC Pass as well as a hop on hop bus pass?

Central Park
Brooklyn Bridge (going to walk it)
Financial District
World Trade Centre
Century 21
Rockefeller Centre
Top of the Rock
Macy's, Saks'
Staten Island Ferry to view the skyline
Times Square
NBC Studios

Also, can anyone recommend some good restaurants that are not to fancy and not to pricey? We aren't picky eaters and no food allergies. We all love pizza.

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