• What kind of bag should I use in NYC?

    I'm going to NYC for 3 days with some friends. I'm planning on bringing just a carry on suitcase and a bag for personal use but I'm not sure which would be best for going around in NYC. We're planning on doing some tourist things and going to some bars and restaurants.
    I'm going to NYC for 3 days with some friends. I'm planning on bringing just a carry on suitcase and a bag for personal use but I'm not sure which would be best for going around in NYC. We're planning on doing some tourist things and going to some bars and restaurants.
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • If someone bought a 3.2 million pound home in new York would you consider them rich?

    Best answer: That would be about 4.2 million in US dollars.
    NYC has an extremely high cost of living. But yes, even with a mortgage, the owner would be, what most of us would called, rich.
    Best answer: That would be about 4.2 million in US dollars.
    NYC has an extremely high cost of living. But yes, even with a mortgage, the owner would be, what most of us would called, rich.
    7 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Where have you vacationed off the beaten path that wasn't a tourist trap? (In the continental U.S.)?

    Best answer: near Loon Lake in New Hampshire
    Bennington, Vermont
    Best answer: near Loon Lake in New Hampshire
    Bennington, Vermont
    8 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Where was the nicest place you've vacationed to?

    What was it like? Describe it
    What was it like? Describe it
    16 answers · 1 month ago
  • What are cheap hotels to stay in New York City?

    I’ve travelled to various states and have found hotels at a cheap price. New York has a lot of expensive hotels. I wouldn’t go for a grand hotel experience. I’m fine with something simple.
    I’ve travelled to various states and have found hotels at a cheap price. New York has a lot of expensive hotels. I wouldn’t go for a grand hotel experience. I’m fine with something simple.
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Do i need a Passport to travel in the us?

    Best answer: No, you do not need a passport to travel within the US. If you are flying, then you need government-issued photo ID, such as a state ID or driver's license. Starting in October of 2020, that ID will have to be compliant with REAL ID standards. If you do not have a compliant ID, then a passport will be a... show more
    Best answer: No, you do not need a passport to travel within the US.

    If you are flying, then you need government-issued photo ID, such as a state ID or driver's license. Starting in October of 2020, that ID will have to be compliant with REAL ID standards. If you do not have a compliant ID, then a passport will be a compliant alternative. But until then, a driver's license is perfectly acceptable.

    Texas is currently a REAL ID compliant state, so your ID should be fine.
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • I was on the subway today in nyc and I watched someone attack another person for no reason is this usual?

    Best answer: Happens more than you think
    Best answer: Happens more than you think
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • When is New York City the least crowded?

    My friends are planning a trip to New York City this summer and my sister likes doing photography so we we’re wanting to take pictures, but I want to avoid being that annoying tourist that is in everybody’s way as much as I possibly can. What times/days of the week are Brooklyn, Time Square, and Central Park the... show more
    My friends are planning a trip to New York City this summer and my sister likes doing photography so we we’re wanting to take pictures, but I want to avoid being that annoying tourist that is in everybody’s way as much as I possibly can. What times/days of the week are Brooklyn, Time Square, and Central Park the least crowded?
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Is there a city in the USA that’s more rude, dirty and nasty than New York?

    Best answer: Los Angeles is right up there.
    Best answer: Los Angeles is right up there.
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • Great places to visit in New York City (that aren’t tourist attractions)?

    Best answer: I enjoy wandering the neighborhoods around Soho, Little Italy, Greenwich Village, Hell's Kitchen, etc. You can find some cute local shops and restaurants in those areas, and just get a nice feel for the city. Check out the flea markets that they have throughout the city (usually on weekends, but some are on... show more
    Best answer: I enjoy wandering the neighborhoods around Soho, Little Italy, Greenwich Village, Hell's Kitchen, etc. You can find some cute local shops and restaurants in those areas, and just get a nice feel for the city. Check out the flea markets that they have throughout the city (usually on weekends, but some are on weekdays). I like hanging out in Washington Square Park too. Not as touristy as Central Park.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • What is the best way for me to get to/from my hotel in NYC?

    My flight will land around 10 a.m on a Sunday, so would it be easier to take a taxi, uber, or the bus/subway? It will only be my mom and I plus two carry-ons. We will be purchasing metro cards for the time we are there. Also, that Saturday, our flight leaves around 7 a.m so which option would be best at that time?... show more
    My flight will land around 10 a.m on a Sunday, so would it be easier to take a taxi, uber, or the bus/subway? It will only be my mom and I plus two carry-ons. We will be purchasing metro cards for the time we are there. Also, that Saturday, our flight leaves around 7 a.m so which option would be best at that time? We re flying to and from LaGuardia.
    10 answers · 1 month ago
  • Considering moving to NYC to start my career after I graduate in may and have a quick question on living environments?

    So I was looking at apartments and doing research, etc and learned that most, or all, apartments do not have individual climate control and building temp is controlled by the landlord, not residential thermostats, etc. This is an issue because I'm extreme heat sensitive and need a cold room 24/7/365. I mean... show more
    So I was looking at apartments and doing research, etc and learned that most, or all, apartments do not have individual climate control and building temp is controlled by the landlord, not residential thermostats, etc. This is an issue because I'm extreme heat sensitive and need a cold room 24/7/365. I mean around 65-67 all year, summer and winter. How can I keep my room as cold as possible in NYC if I can't control the temp or are there apartments with zoned rooms for residential climate control that I can fine
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • Can a 15 year old own a gun in nyc? For safety?

    Best answer: NO.
    Best answer: NO.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why New York City population dropped during the late 1970s/80s and then started to grow back in the 1990s?

    Best answer: Look at the crime rate in the 70s and 80s in NYC. Most of the South Bronx (and a lot of other parts of the city) looked like a war zone then. There's a reason why guys in FDNY referred to the late 60s and 70s are the War Years. Time Square was nothing but peep shows, hookers, and drugs.
    Best answer: Look at the crime rate in the 70s and 80s in NYC. Most of the South Bronx (and a lot of other parts of the city) looked like a war zone then. There's a reason why guys in FDNY referred to the late 60s and 70s are the War Years. Time Square was nothing but peep shows, hookers, and drugs.
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • Going to nyc on saturday (april 13) for a week. what type of clothes should I bring that will be warm enough for the weather?

    Best answer: supposed to have showers Saturday, temperature mid 60s daytime, upper 40s nighttime. Sunday drier and a bit warmer. I'm far enough from my teen years to hesitate recommending what to wear, but nothing too heavy should be needed. At least no snow expected.
    Best answer: supposed to have showers Saturday, temperature mid 60s daytime, upper 40s nighttime. Sunday drier and a bit warmer. I'm far enough from my teen years to hesitate recommending what to wear, but nothing too heavy should be needed. At least no snow expected.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Can a 15 year old boy and 16 year old girl get married in nyc?

    Best answer: Marriage, no.
    Romantic dinner, yeah.
    You're very welcome....
    Best answer: Marriage, no.
    Romantic dinner, yeah.
    You're very welcome....
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • What is to do for this?

    Best answer: If a fence is allowed or not is governed by local building codes. You have to check your local laws to see if that would be allowed or not. You have to remember though that there are set back laws that make it so you cannot build right on the property line. They cannot stop you from building a fence on your... show more
    Best answer: If a fence is allowed or not is governed by local building codes. You have to check your local laws to see if that would be allowed or not. You have to remember though that there are set back laws that make it so you cannot build right on the property line.

    They cannot stop you from building a fence on your property & would have no legal ground s to sue you.
    10 answers · 2 months ago