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Greatest city on earth, public transport need some work though. Good food, attractions, and people (sometimes)
You have cultures from all over the world. From people to food and festivals! New York City has it all. Go down to china town or flushing for amazing chinese food. Or Korea town for a night on the town. Empanada shops and taco trucks you can find every thing food related here.
I love this city more than I can express in words. Every time I leave New York I miss it so much. There is no city like this one when it comes to energy, ambition and atmosphere. I love the busy pace and the job opportunities that come with that. If you're someone who thrives in high stress environments, NYC is the place for you!
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I have visited New York City multiple times. There's always something fun to do on the streets, and there is always tasty food to try out at local shops. I was never bored. However, living in New York City is expensive, especially when it comes to living spaces, and you should have a hand on your bag at all times. You never know when someone will try to pickpocket you. But as long as you stay safe, it's a fun place to be.
NYC is a diverse and lively community with hundreds of places to visit with friends and family. Each borough has its own unique features that attract a lot of people each year, such as Coney Island in Brooklyn or the Botanical Gardens in the Bronx. When in Manhattan, there are so many places you can go to and there's a little bit of something for everyone! Macy's in Herald Square for the shoppers, Taiyaki NYC (which are known for their fish-shaped waffle cones! Definitely recommend it!) for food-lovers, and the Whitney for museum-goers (to name a few). There's always a lot of traffic wherever you go, so if you want to explore the concrete jungle, walking is the way to do it. And for the perfect instagram post of the city, the viewpoint from the Brooklyn Bridge is a good option.
DescriptionNew York City comprises 5 boroughs sitting where the Hudson River meets the Atlantic Ocean. At its core is Manhattan, a densely populated borough that’s among the world’s major commercial, financial and cultural centers. Its iconic sites include skyscrapers such as the Empire State Building and sprawling Central Park. Broadway theater is staged in neon-lit Times Square.
New York City is a vibrant and thriving community full of diversity and a plethora of possible experiences. The huge variety of almost everything that the city offers is one of the reasons why it is one of the most welcoming places in the world for people of different backgrounds. New York is also widely known as the city where dreams are forged and followed, due to the sheer amount of commerce and activity that occurs on a daily basis. However, there are ways in which the city seems to fall short. Middle class families and consumers find themselves suffering under changed regulations that make prices more expensive and life more difficult. Taxes are high and benefits are low, sanitation in the city is poor, the metro system requires renovation and plans to increase efficiency, and the price of simply "getting by" is much higher than in other cities or states.
New York City is a vibrant city which couples an abundance of professional opportunities with those aimed to enhance personal growth and awareness such as culture, music and the arts.
The cultural experience of New York City is unmatched. From numerous restaurants catering to palettes from around the world to parades and events celebrating people from different walks of life. New York City truly need sleeps. Buildings are lit throughout the day and night, bridges display ranges of colorful lights across the city, businesses stay open all night, theres constantly some place to go and something to do no matter the time of day or night.
New York is very open spaced, busy and is very community oriented. New York has many opportunities for people such as jobs, health based programs and other programs to meet the needs of people. I like New York because of its variety of department stores and restaurants that are always close by when you need something. I like New York because of its various parks, museums and educational sites. The changes that I would like to made in New York is fixing the roads that are damaged with pot holes, speed bumps in certain neighborhoods and find new ways to to keep the transit trains in check when it comes to delays at times.
Over-expensive. Snobbish. Noisy. Dirty. Nervous. Egocentric. Arrogant. Rush. Rude. Disdain. Vocal. Loud. Overrated.
Living in New York City is ok. One positive of NYC is that there are a lot of great things you can do. You can go shopping, go to museums, go to parks like Central Park. You can also go to sporting events in the Yankee Stadium or MetLife Stadium. In addition, you can visit the Bronx Zoo or The Botanical Gardens.
Born and raised, I've always loved it here. It does certainly come at a huge cost though, which is normal for any American city, but you do get what you pay for, since it is convenient to live here. You don't need to own a car, all you need to do is catch the subway or an Uber. The extra walking is good, which is also probably why New York is one of the most fit cities in America. There are many parks in every borough of the city, which makes me feel that the city is decently family friendly, despite the small living space. NYC is home to some great schools as well, both public and private. The city is overall safe, but there are some rough neighborhoods in Brooklyn and the Bronx. There are plenty of job opportunities in NYC (Manhattan especially) , which is why many people who reside on Long Island and New Jersey commute about an hour to work here.
New York is a very diverse place with wonderful things to do. From amusement parks, viewing the city lights, dining at the most divergent restaurant or food trucks, and dispersing into New York’s unique fan favorite beautiful heights gazing above the whole town.
I enjoy living in the city because there are a lot of different activities you can do and places you can go to.
There's a lot of downsides as there is to good things. NYC defines diversity. Yes, for the most part, you do have to have tough skin living here. The opportunities are great. Well rounded city. The real estate market is insane. Overpriced and gentrifying neighborhoods.
New York City is not like anywhere else in the world. In regards to the fast-pace, crowded streets, and unbelievable scenery including not only the architecture but the careless new yorkers as well, there's no place better.
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I like the diversity and the culture of New York City. You can explore so many cultures but also do many activities here. There are also a lot of landmarks and amazing views and opportunities for residents. I wish that the city could be more safer.
There are many things to do in New York. You can watch the many plays and musicals on Broadway, and visit the 9/11 Museum to honor our fallen heroes.
Amazing area, always something to do in the city no matter the time of day, many different locations and activities to try out. Though it is costly to live in.
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