New York

New York

New York

New York

New York

Top Tourist Attractions in New York
New York is a city that has a lot to offer tourists of all kinds. If you are looking for great food, excellent art, fashion, great nightlife and golf, then New York has it all. Many people are put off by large super crowds and the associated hustle and bustle of the city yet there are many other reasons why you should visit such places.

New York City is in many ways the most American city in the world. It has many traditions and cultural touches that you might not find in other well known cities in the world. Many people are put off by large super crowds yet in New York City you will find that the large crowds are part of the charm.  สล็อตเว็บตรง

First of all, New York City has a lot of history. You can visit the many museums and historical sites and experience life as it was in the distant past. Of course, there are many museums you can go to and enjoy the art and culture of the city. You can also visit famous ruins and terrain fought over by many civilizations.

Historically the city of New York was founded in 1624 by the Dutch as a trading post for the Spanish. The Dutch were out traders and quickly found themselves in conflict with the Native Americans. In the 1600s, the Dutch began to establish control of New York and renamed it New Amsterdam. There is a popular tale that goes something like this; a group of sailors are passing the city one day and are stopped by a couple of tribe’s nut but because they are not part of a government tribe they are stopped by the police. While this was going on, the city was being called New Amsterdam.

During the 17th century control of New York shifted from the Dutch to the British Empire. The British were notorious for their Treatment of Native Americans and so New York suffered a lot during this time. It was during this time when agonauts came to the new world from the Artisalian ship. Many thanks to Ron Cheris and his heroics they saved many lives.

GCaptain tells a lot of stories about his time during the 17th century during New York’s tenure as a Dutch colony. The climate was different, the animals were different, the location dangerous. GCaptain says of the people, “they were a bundles of one’s own kinds; half wild, half civilized, half uncivilized; half naked, and half clothed; half able to cure diseases, and half unable to do so.”

Ron doesn’t mention if there were lots of honest people during those days. I would guess there maybe none, because if there were, we would all be dead. History tells us that the Dutch treated the native inhabitants fairly bad, stealing their food, selling them for food, and generally making a borough up of slum dwellers. Although I like the honesty of the people in New York City, I can’t help but think that if there was more of an effort to create more middle class citizens, I may be in the minority.

New York City is in many ways a living museum. It constantly moves and changes. On top of the everyday things that nature gives, New York adds art, culture, architecture, and performing arts. The rich and famous either make an effort to stay in the city or move there. We see pictures of Presidents and highly star-crossed couples wandering around Times Square. We watch movies about the disasters caused by Hurricane Katrina. We visit museums detailing the lives of the rich and famous. We go to the Cemetery of the Unknown thousands of years ago. We drive through Staten Island, the only crescent island in the world. In fact, travel around the island is illegal. It has highrise buildings and large mansions but no homes. It looks like Area 51, but it is probably several dozens of smaller islands.

What is special about New York City is that it makes you think about the rest of the world. You see complicated buildings and amazing structures, and you stop to stare at the Statue of Liberty, the same one in which you jump to the top to get a breathtaking view of the entire greater New York-syle. You experience a sense of awe and wonder at all the different cultures and customs that exist all over the world.

However, there is also a downside to New York City that you need to be aware of. You just might find that once you visit there, you don’t want to come back.

The downside of New York City is that at night it becomes a very dangerous place to be. All the nightclubs have high tall halls and large dance floors. Unfortunately, there are incidents of patrons losing their lives in these clubs. Since Las Vegas and Orlando haveamped security in such clubs, the number of deaths in New York City is few. Still, it is better to be safe than sorry.

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