NYC & All It Has To Offer

First I'd like to take the time to thank everyone who is following me and showing much love and support. I've hit one hundred followers in a very short amount of time. When I first made this blog I didn't realize anybody would be reading it. I thought that no one would read it, honestly. It really means a lot to me knowing people can relate to my thought process and experiences. Like I've said before, I'll keep posting everyday to keep myself, and most importantly, all of you, entertained! :)

Transportation Service in NYC
Have you ever been to New York City on a Sunday? No? Well I highly suggest it. Not only is the crowd of people a tad bit dimmed down, but it's the perfect weather to head out the the city that never sleeps. Listen, I've been living in New Jersey for all my life, and being so close to the city is the only perk I can think of to living in this condensed state. I live five minutes from the George Washington Bridge and I can't be anymore thankful of that fact. I could even walk to the city if I really wanted to. Oh and trust me, I have!

Well, on this gorgeous Sunday afternoon, I took the honor of going to New York City with three of my closest friends. We go there a lot so we already knew basically what we were going to do. But that's the fun part about it. The city is so unpredictable that it intrigues you. Go there and find out yourself. So many spontaneous events will just appear in front of you, sometimes you won't even notice until your friend nudges your shoulder and directs you to look ahead.

I also ate at ShakeShack and if you don't know what that is, you're seriously missing out. Best burgers. Best fries. The only thing that sucks about the one near the terminal station is that you really have to be really lucky to find a seat without waiting more than fifteen minutes. The wait is worth it, though. I'm grateful for my friend because I didn't have enough cash on me and he spotted my food. It was the best dinner ever. Two ShackStacks and two orders of fries. Yum!

48 Comments

  1. That is awesome dude, and now you have 101 followers. I would really love to head out east sometime. For now I am stuck in the desert, enjoy!

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  2. @Mike G I'd recommend it man. It really is a blast out here!

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  3. Congrats on the followers, I'm sure you'll reach '200' shortly.

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  4. I'm going there in the summer!

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  5. Grats on being to go, NYC is awesome

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  6. The east coast is pretty awesome. You should def come visit sometime.

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  7. sounds like an expensive day my friend.

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  8. Sorry, dude. In-n-Out has the best burgers.

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  9. New York is an amazing city. Never sleeps :)

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  10. I love NYC, I've been only once and hope I can go again this summer ^^ Nice post!

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  11. I'd love to go to New York, but alas cannot afford it right now :/

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  12. Great post! I wish I could afford going to New-York! sounds like a great city :\

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  13. I'd love to go to NYC some time.,

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  14. I'll have to go there one day... It's only a 10 hour flight! Lol. London is pretty fantastic, in some areas, but it's ridiculously diverse. We're known as the most multi cultural country in Europe, and you see every race imaginable, all with some form of London accent. The city is bigger than most of our counties, and you can find the best places imaginable there, especially in the Summer when (more if) it's sunny.

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  15. I just realised... you're in New Jersey. Where I am (Essex) is meant to be the English version of it lol.

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  16. I've always wanted to visit NYC, haven't had a chance to travel much yet.

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  17. That sounds like a cool day. Would be nice to visit New York someday.

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  18. Great post :]

    btw, love your blog, keep up the good work! +following :]

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  19. You encourage me to go to NYC. Nice blog btw

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  20. Darn economical crysis. It has turned the taxis into horses now. -_-

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  21. i am going to visit NYC in a couple of days. nice post

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  22. nyc is a cool city.

    but it absolutely sucks to visit their in the summer time. i think my sweat was smelt like ketchup. last time i went haha.

    Following

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  23. One of these days i'll make it out there.

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  24. It's definitely something I should go experience.

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  25. I always wanted to go to N.Y. a3

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  26. I have never been to New York City yet,but I hope I do later in my life.

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  27. One day I will live in NYC. That is my dream, or part of it at least. following. winning.

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  28. I love NYC but I fucking hate horses only dumping shit around

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  29. sounds cool, i would like to visit it once

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  30. Got to remember that name shakeshack... Headed over to NY within a few months myself, thanks for the info!

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  31. Sounds like you had a good time, I've always watch to go to New York

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  32. Im a Follower too now, btw good Blog !

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  33. that's a nice transport in a big city :D +followed

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  34. #1 on the priority list of cities to visit!

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  35. My buddy moved to NYC a year ago and he's going to be there for another year... I really need to take the chance to visit for free whilst I can!

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  36. Sure does, man. NYC is the city where it's impossible to get bored. And if you are, then shame on your unimaginative ass!

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