• You think nyc is very safe ?

    Best answer: it's safe from me. i'm not going anywhere near it
    Best answer: it's safe from me. i'm not going anywhere near it
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can a family of 10 live together in a New York apartment?

    I’m writing a story about a woman who has 8 children in New York. Is this possible, how can it be legal? Does it have to be a four bedroom apartment or can it be 3 bedroom?
    I’m writing a story about a woman who has 8 children in New York. Is this possible, how can it be legal? Does it have to be a four bedroom apartment or can it be 3 bedroom?
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Should I visit Toronto or New York City?

    It’s really hard to decide which to visit. I’ve never been outside the U.S. before but at the same time I want to visit the largest city in the U.S. Which should I visit?
    It’s really hard to decide which to visit. I’ve never been outside the U.S. before but at the same time I want to visit the largest city in the U.S. Which should I visit?
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • Should i travel low budget to NYC?

    4 answers · 7 days ago
  • I would like to visit the US but am absolutely terrified of flying, can I go by ship as people did in the early 20th Century?

    Best answer: I would look for a cruise that is going that direction if I were you, there are no regular passenger ship routes between the US and Europe or Africa since the onset of passenger flights
    Best answer: I would look for a cruise that is going that direction if I were you, there are no regular passenger ship routes between the US and Europe or Africa since the onset of passenger flights
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Would I get lost being in New Haven CT for a mini vacation?

    I want to go on a mini vacation with my fiancé for our birthday and I know we can get to New Haven CT through the metro north rail line in NYC. I just get nervous going to new places because we do not drive. I want to take him to the PEZ visitor center museum which sounds like so much fun but its in Orange CT.... show more
    I want to go on a mini vacation with my fiancé for our birthday and I know we can get to New Haven CT through the metro north rail line in NYC. I just get nervous going to new places because we do not drive. I want to take him to the PEZ visitor center museum which sounds like so much fun but its in Orange CT. Havent fully planned other things out yet but i think this might be his birthday gift (we have the same birthday only one year apart!) We dont drive so that is another problem but i know New Haven has public transportation because I looked it up... help?
    3 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • New Years Eve I am in California, but I want watch NYC 's Times Square , but they do not show it live. It looks like they will show?

    Times Square Ball Drop , when it is midnight in Cali. which is 3AM in NYC How ridiculous
    Times Square Ball Drop , when it is midnight in Cali. which is 3AM in NYC How ridiculous
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What are the people like in New York City ?

    Best answer: NYC people are too progressive for my taste, most people in the rest of the state are normal, that's why they voted for Trump!
    Best answer: NYC people are too progressive for my taste, most people in the rest of the state are normal, that's why they voted for Trump!
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Which part of New York is the best to live and kinda the cheapest? Brooklyn Manhattan Queens Bronx?

    Best answer: There's no part of Manhattan that would even remotely qualify as "cheap." Even Inwood in the far north and formerly undesirable areas like Washington Heights are ridiculously overpriced - and I'm talking you'd be paying $2,000 or more for a studio, possibly with a separate kitchen the size of... show more
    Best answer: There's no part of Manhattan that would even remotely qualify as "cheap." Even Inwood in the far north and formerly undesirable areas like Washington Heights are ridiculously overpriced - and I'm talking you'd be paying $2,000 or more for a studio, possibly with a separate kitchen the size of a closet.

    Most of the Bronx is still terrible, in my day it was all blacks and some areas are still predominantly black, but it's mostly Hispanic today. When I was growing up Allerton wasn't bad, but even that is a bit iffy now. Way up north by the Westchester County line there are some nice areas, if you want to live at the last stop.

    Queens is the most ethnically diverse place on the planet. Areas like Ozone Park and Richmond Hill aren't terrible, but they're pretty close to some bad areas. The nicer areas like Bayside and Howard Beach are just too isolated. I used to hang out around Woodside, some pretty good pubs around there, it's also all Hispanic now. But at least it's on a decent train line and there are some nice blocks in that neighborhood. Astoria was nice years ago, but it's gotten way too pricey.

    Brooklyn has the most character, but trust me, you pay for that. Park Slope isn't as nice as it used to be and it's ludicrously expensive, but again, it's a pretty decent place to live. Sunset Park isn't. Red Hook isn't. Don't even think about Carroll Gardens or Windsor Terrace, the rents are extortionate. I grew up in Bay Ridge which is another area where they're charging astronomical rents, and the subway service sucks, but it is what it is. Bensonhurst is all Russians and Chinese now. Honestly, I'd probably look around in Boro Park or Gravesend someplace like that if I were looking for a place now.

    But for what you pay in the city, you might as well move out to one of those commuter towns in NJ along the PATH train line, or up to Westchester along the Metro North, it's slightly cheaper and you'd likely get a bigger place.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Happy new year?

    Best answer: but also want to say happy new year for u
    Best answer: but also want to say happy new year for u
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Best new places for nyc weekend trip?

    Going to surprise my bf with a trip to nyc for his graduation. We re from Connecticut, so we ve been to all the classic sites like the statue of liberty and the Empire State building. Just wondering if there is anything new that some of you guys would think of? I was thinking the high line, Chelsea market, and an... show more
    Going to surprise my bf with a trip to nyc for his graduation. We re from Connecticut, so we ve been to all the classic sites like the statue of liberty and the Empire State building. Just wondering if there is anything new that some of you guys would think of? I was thinking the high line, Chelsea market, and an ice cream place called the tipsy scoop. Not into theatre or art museums, but unique, modern, unusual, etc. museums might be good! bars are good too, but not clubs. any ideas?
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • NYC RANGERS FANS?

    What’s the best bar to watch the Rangers in NYC? Looking for wild and rowdy!
    What’s the best bar to watch the Rangers in NYC? Looking for wild and rowdy!
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • NYC- RANGERS FANS?

    Going to NYC in a couple months and we’re landing just a couple hours before a Rangers game so we gotta rush to the hotel real quick and then pick one bar for the game and stay there, what are your favorites??? (Btw we’re young guys that are out to get wrecked and rowdy). Thanks!
    Going to NYC in a couple months and we’re landing just a couple hours before a Rangers game so we gotta rush to the hotel real quick and then pick one bar for the game and stay there, what are your favorites??? (Btw we’re young guys that are out to get wrecked and rowdy). Thanks!
    3 answers · 2 weeks ago