Always Learning: New York City Edition

I have been to New York many times and it’s never the same.  That is why it is the city that never sleeps.  It’s too busy evolving.

  1. Hidden gems behind christmas lights.
  2. The guy at Tazza who never smiles, can. (Nobody thought that was possible, but I made it happen.)
  3. A person can visit New York City a couple of times, and not see Times Square.
  4. A person can live in Brooklyn Heights and never visit Iron Chef Kitchen. (Shocking, but true.)
  5. Bleeker Street.  Can’t go wrong.  (Thanks John P)
  6. Liquid sugar or olive oil.  Can’t always tell from the bottle.
  7. Still afraid of Bridges.
  8. It is possible to get out of Newark Airport and to the City in 30 minutes on a Saturday.
  9. One does not walk off all the extra calories, so don’t even try to justify dessert.  (Or three.)

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They Are Selling More Than a Bridge in Brooklyn

There are lots of popular destinations around the world, and New York City ranks right up there.  At any given moment, one can hear and see the travelers out and about.  It is this popularity that also leads to a common traveling bump: crowds.

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Good Bye Joaquin, Hello Times Square

New York is one of the best cities in the world to walk around. There is also subways, taxis, and buses, but nothing really beats using your own two feet to experience the sights and sounds of the city that never sleeps.  (My friend tested that theory. But I wouldn’t recommend going to a diner on your own at 415 am because you are jet lagged and feel like having some eggs. That visit to the atm is also not the best idea)

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