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  1. Gregory Kerr

    Diana what about The High-line people’s park which starts across the street from Javids exhibition centre

    • The Blonde Abroad

      Hey Gregory! The High Line is a super cool place – if she included EVERYTHING about NYC this guide would go on forever. 😉 But if you have time, I would recommend checking it out!

  2. Hana

    I visited NYC for the first time in 2009 and it was a family trip with my parents and brothers. My mum was a bit worried about the city and the people because well as you say, New Yorkers are not always portrayed as the loveliest people… But we were absolutely overwhelmed by how nice they actually are! Back then we were traveling around the city with an actual paper map and when someone assumed we are lost they offered us help, we didn’t even have to ask! NYC is simply amazing! I wish to live there one day 🙂
    This article is great!

    • The Blonde Abroad

      Hey Hana! Thanks for sharing your experience. I think one of the most important things about travel is getting to see a place from your own perspective and making your own observations. NYC is a truly incredible place to visit (and potentially live!).

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