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  • Descriptive Essay On New York City

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    building, Central Park, and, of course, Time Square. Time Square is the center of everything touristy. It is full of shopping, food, lights, and Broadway plays. Almost anyone who comes to visits always goes there. Take it from a girl who use to be a tourist herself. Whenever I was visiting New York City, my family and I would never miss Time Square. We would always make our way there and especially at night when the lights are shining. Time Square really is the enhances New York’s Motto

  • Descriptive Essay On A Blue Hotel

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    Jersey, after a seven hour delay in Lisbon, Portugal. We were now only an hour away from our final destination: New York. By the time we got to the "Blue Hotel" in Manhattan, it was 8:30 PM, at this point we were very jet lagged and hungry. We quickly washed off the plane dirt off our buddies in the limpid, walk-in shower. We looked for the fastest way to get to Time Square. We decided to take the metro since the closest entrance was right in front of our hotel; and we were on our way. When we arrived

  • Times Square Research Papers

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    Times Square Times Square. A known location all over the world. Thousands of people come to visit the flashing billboards, to see the history in the buildings, and the unique and diverse people. TImes Square is known as the "Heart of New York Theater." It is located on the commercial intersection of broadway and 7th. It is considered a world landmark because of its bright neon digital advertisement billboards covering the buildings. Times Square is always buzzing with loads of people and taxis

  • What Is The New Year Celebration Essay

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    December 31, it marks the beginning of the New Year. It is the time when resolutions are made and people are charged with new spirits. It fills the atmosphere with optimism and buoyancy. New Year is celebrated in every part of the world as most countries follow the Gregorian calendar. People around the world follow their own tradition and customs to welcome it, which add to the variety of celebrations. What remains constant during this time though is the ringing of church bells, honking of horns, blowing

  • Narrative Essay About A Masquerade Ball

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    “Aahat Aahat Bloot!” sounded the busy cars in Times Square, New York City. The clock struck twelve and the street filled with people and preposterous, loud music. I don’t know how I ended up here; I remember leaving the New Years Masquerade Ball to head home before my stepmother returned, but seems like I headed the wrong way. My attire for the ball was different; I now wore a red dress that was clenching, tight with white stripes. I wandered around bewildered at the people and events happening

  • The Old Roman Calendar

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    On the old Roman Calendar, New Year 's Day was originally celebrated on March 15, but was switched to January 1 in the year 153 BC after the date was used for choosing the two roman consuls due to military reasons. It was customary during the 7th century for pagans from Flanders and the Netherlands to exchange gifts. This practice was deplored by Saint Eligius. He had not also warned the pagans to not make little figures of old women or little deer nor should they set tables at night or supply more

  • The New Year Festival in Vietnam and in America

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    America Introduction Although different countries in the world have different festivals and holidays, there is a momentous event that annually they all eagerly long for. It is the New Year festival which marks the pivotal point of a new period of time with the pure and pristine beginning for individuals. However, each nation has its own traditions, customs and values partly reflected in the celebration of the New Year festival. The ways of holding the festival in Viet Nam and in America are of no

  • New Year And New York

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    It 's that time of year again. That time where you have to say goodbye to your past and hello to the new year and the times ahead. New Year 's Eve is the once a year celebration where you can forget your troubles and make new resolutions. Looking for the perfect place to spend New Year 's 2009? These four spots will be sure to leave you with a memorable hangover. People in New York will most likely end up at Midtown Manhattan 's "Times Square." That is if they want to be surrounded by tourists

  • Liverpool Research Paper

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    City of Liverpool Often described as a city with the “most splendid setting of any English city” and the home of Beatle’s music. Liverpool’s history stretches back over 800 years, covering everything from maritime trading to Beatlemania. The city’s history as one of the world’s great ports earned its designated UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 2004. There’s no better way to learn about this story of Liverpool than a visit to the city’s national museums; World Museum Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery

  • Bushwick Collective Analysis

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    The Bushwick Collective is the best collective in NYC. It is an experience once you walk out the train station. There are so much murals and installations to see. The collective was on every inch of ones eyesight. The walls are huge and all have a different theme. Every wall had me amazed and before I captured the whole image my eyes were already wondering around to the next wall as I found it more impressive. The people from the community are surround by beautiful and honored work. Going to the