Topics: New York City, Manhattan, Brooklyn Pages: 2 (416 words) Published: April 1, 2013
New York City: A Definite Place to Visit
Since I was a child, I have always had a great fascination for New York City. Although regarded as the “most populated city” in the United States, the whole city has something interesting to offer everyone. Located in the East Side, beside New Jersey, the city was known as one of the major economic centers in the world. It is sub divided into five boroughs, being Queens, The Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Staten Island respectively. Even if the city was small, the landmarks were known all over the world. There was the famous Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Wall Street, the sky scrapers, and the World Trade Center.

New York City is basically a crowded and small city. With a population of almost eight million residents, it is actually a mystery how such a big population would fit in such a small city. During the day, the streets and the subways are filled with busy people, with the roads filled with cars and the continuous honking of vehicles. By night, stars are accompanied by the millions of lights that illuminate the busy streets. One of Manhattan's famous landmarks is Times Square. Different kinds of lights are seen, where people are seen partying, having fun, and enjoying life. People from all over the world go to Times Square to have a glimpse of such a beautiful sight. A New York trip will never be complete without a visit to Times Square.

I have always wanted to visit New York City for all its beauty and wonder. I know that the experiences that I will have in the city would be extraordinarily special. I guess what would make it more special is when I go there with my family and my friends. I know that in this city, I can learn to live life to the fullest, without setting aside my priorities in life. The place gives me a great sense of confidence, making me appreciate the little things in life, and what I can contribute to the betterment of society.

I will have this sense of fulfillment when I am...
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