Saturday, June 27, 2009

I Love NY!

Just caught an article stating that "TripAdvisor.com conducted a survey of 3,400 Americans, asking them their opinions about various cities. The result may or may not surprise you: Everyone loves New York..."

I'm so digging that NYC came up as the #1 favorite. I say it all the time. This place is unbelievable. And as I've also said before, homeschooling here is the best. I try to convey the experiences we have with photos and descriptions, but the whole atmosphere just cannot be explained in words. Everyone has to visit this city at least once in their lives.

The article goes on to say, "My favorite part of this survey:
Friendliest and Most Helpful: New York City
Least Friendly and Helpful: New York City
Ah, sweet paradox. I will forever argue that New Yorker's aren't mean, they're just fast. Almost everyone in New York will be happy to help you if you bottom-line your question."

Ok, yes. That is very very true. "Bottom-line" your question. Basically if you have a question or need directions, get right to the point and say what you got to say. We do not have time for break-the-ice chit-chat or your whole backstory. We are not rude here, we're just impatient and prefer you get right to the point.

Article

Here's a fun video:
NYC - 10 Things You Need to Know

1 comment:

School for Us said...

Hi! We homeschool and like to travel as often as possible as part of 'our' education. I have one daughter, who is almost 9, and we are going on our next trip to NYC!!! We are so excited!

Anyway, since you live there, I was wondering if you could give some tips on what you think are some of the BEST places to go, etc, in NYC for a young girl about the age of your W. I'll be browsing your blog, too, to get ideas. Or, if you've already made a post like this, perhaps I'll run across it.

Happy homeschooling!
Dana, drleeds at sbcglobal dot net