N.Y. See

posted by Momo Fali on August 5, 2010

I got to New York less than 18 hours ago, but have already seen so much. Let’s take a tour, shall we?

There are a lot of people.


There are people bathing in public. (See him down at the bottom? I didn’t get close enough to see if he had any pants on. My guess? Probably not.)


There is old.


There is new.


There are tons of buildings.


And, there is an empty space in the sky where buildings used to be.

Overall, I like it here. It’s hot, busy, smelly, crowded and you have to wash your feet a lot, but it’s alive. Everywhere. All the time.

    Comments

  • WebSavvyMom


    –>Glad you're having a good time!

  • The Swints


    I love NYC. You described in perfectly. I love it all. Would move in a heartbeat. Its alive. All. The. Time. Wait til you get back home. Such a difference!

  • Amie


    If you're into pierogies, go to Veselka–144 Second Ave. (Second and 9th) NOM!

  • The Urban Cowboy


    Sounds like you're having a blast. Me, I'll stick with the desert or forest…but that's just me.

  • UP


    Jealous!

    UP

  • Tara R.


    Hope you all have a great time!

  • Valerie


    My favorite place in the world. Have a great time!

  • Putting the FUN in DysFUNctional


    Thank you for giving us a peek! I'm so excited for you all.

  • Melisa with one S


    I love that I was there for every single one of those pictures. 🙂

  • AlisonH


    Wave hi to my sister for me! She says it's like living in a very small town there–the people you interact with on a daily basis totally look out for each other.

  • Always Home and Uncool


    … then there are those creepy guys who know a little too much about you and try to win your heart with beer, Street Meat and promises of vacuum cleaners.

  • Tom


    It looks amazing. I can only imagine the non-stop activity that you describe. But it's the "smelly" attribute that has me doubting I'll ever visit.

  • meleah rebeccah


    NYC is simply amazing.

  • Otter Thomas


    Been to NY twice and I LOVE it. Strange for someone from Arkansas. I think it would scare most people I know to death. Anyway, you said it perfectly. NY is alive.

  • Patty@NYC Girl at Heart


    Very accurate description of my town! 🙂 Great pictures!

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