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  • New York City Trip

    New York City Trip On July 10-17, my family and I took a trip to New York City. This was our first trip her and we were very excited to see all the sights. My half-brother used to live in New York and we just never got around to seeing them, plus I was too young to really enjoy the New York experience. New York City is one of the best and busiest places in the United States. The state is full of history both good and bad. B. We did a lot of things that common tourist usually do. First, we went to the Empire State building. I never really knew how tall the building was till I was standing at the bottom looking up at it. The best thing about the Empire State building was the view. It was very spectacular and with it, I could see many…

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  • Animals In New York City

    New York’s Central Park has always been known for the uniquely beautiful garden in the middle of the city to escape from the loud and busy city streets. Horse carriages have been a traditional way of transportation for people to get around the city or central park and are ranked 5th out of 155 top activities to do in New York City. However, Bill Blasio, mayor of New York City, pledged that one of his first acts would be to ban horse carriages considering them to be abusive and inhuman to the…

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  • New York City Analysis

    Hasan Final Essays 1. Analyze New York City’s rise as a diverse metropolis during the 1950s. In your essay, include a detailed analysis of the Puerto Rican migration to New York City. What were the causes of this migration? What conditions in Puerto Rico led many of its citizens to choose New York City? What government programs also led many Puerto Ricans to choose to come to the mainland, in particular, New York City? What problems did Puerto Ricans face when they arrived in New York City?…

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  • Diversity In New York City

    Topic: Diversity in New York City General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: I want to inform my class of three main areas of diversity in New York City. Central Idea/Thesis Statement: Three main areas of diversity in New York City are: (1) culture; (2) architecture; and (3) distribution of wealth. Introduction I. [Attention Getter] Imagine walking down the street as you notice your surroundings. A. You smell fresh Italian food as you step out of your taxi. B. You start walking and see a…

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  • Visit New York City

    world but many people choose New York City as their destination, New York has many touristic and fascinating places to visit. On top of that it has a rich history of the first people who venture to this country and helped build the city that you see today, all of there culture and experiences are engraved in the city’s most famous landmark such as Ellis Island and the Statue of liberty. New York is the more diverse city in the world. New York’s diversity can found in the city’s architecture and…

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  • New York City Immigration

    London and New York City are two of the most historic and popular cities of all time. London and New York are two very prolific cities, whom both hold their own right. These two cities are rich in history and have evolved into the major key cities . Throughout the course of this paper , it will explore the history of immigration of both but also how population growth has transformed transportation and crime. An increased population growth due to immigration, has shown a rise in crime, but also…

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  • New York City Beauty

    The delicate petals provide a warmth so sweet and gentle that even Grandma’s hugs might get a run for it’s money. Even the scent of the rose can tickle you pink! Like a rose, New York City is the perfect mix of beauty and pain. The weaknesses and strengths of the…

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  • Descriptive Essay On New York City

    New York City From a New Yorker’s Point of View: A City Filled with Flaws New York City. The Big Apple. The City that Never Sleeps. These phrases always seem to catch the attention of many people. When New York comes up in a conversation, most people think about well-known locations like Grand Central Station where you can travel to upstate New York or other states near New York, or Times Square where the lights shine the brightest and there are so many different things to do like shopping,…

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  • Diversity In New York City Essay

    New York City is one of the most exciting places to be born and raised. Having traveled to a few different states and countries, people always show interest when I tell them I’m from New York City. Being a NYC native gives me some bragging rights and I can truly say I am proud to be a New Yorker. One thing that excites me the most about living in NYC is the vast amount of diversity. Walking out in the streets, the sight and smell of diversity excites me. Growing up within a diverse community…

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  • Trip To New York City Essay

    each pick a city to visit and we would visit each of these two cities for two days each. I picked Paris, France because I took French for five years and we studied the city a lot and I have always wanted to visit. He chose New York City because we have both really wanted to visit there for a long time. I am very excited for this trip. We have both finished packing and we are on our way to the airport now! Profile of Paris, France Our first stop will be in Paris, France. Paris is located in…

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