On my recent one and only trip to New York, I thought about many things:
- Filmmakers do a mighty nice job of making New York look cleaner and grander than it really is.
The fountain from the movie Enchanted!
- I like the sun way too much to ever live there.
When it isn't overcast, there are tall buildings everywhere preventing the sunlight on the streets.
- People in New York are not rude. I believe they are just in a hurry. In fact we had several kind gentlemen help us when we were lost and another nice looking business man bought us ice cream simply because he had never met anyone from Utah before.
If you go to New York, know where you are going, do not stand still in the middle of the sidewalk, and when you go to a deli, do not stand in front of the menu board to decide what you want. Just know before you go!
- New York is not a place for a family vacation.
- It made me a little uneasy that department stores felt it was necessary to post security guards at every door.
- Where does all the garbage go?
At the end of each day, there are piles and piles of garbage on the street.
- How many times does the average driver honk his horn in a day?
I came to believe that this sign was never enforced because there was a constant sound of car, truck, bus, bike, and scooter horns honking.
- It really is not necessary to wait for the flashing green sign to cross the street.
No one waits, and if you do, you definitely look like a tourist or Girl Scout.
- 99% of cars are either yellow or black.
And when you get into one it will cost you big bucks for the ride of your life! it was definitely more fun than Lagoon!