August 10, 2010
Cities VS Suburbs
There many opinions about cities and suburbs. What are the differences between them? I have lived in Richmond, KY for a year. It is a very small, county place. Then I have been living in Elizabeth, NJ for 2 years. It is not big like New York. I can come to some difference between cities and suburbs. For example, these differences between cities and suburbs are attractions, density of population and their environment. Cities offer a massive amount of attraction. Cities are the principal edge of what is happening. For example, in New York City we can find the best and the most extensive museums, theaters, concert halls. Also we have a wide choice of bars, nightclubs and restaurants. New York City is a city that never sleeps. If you want dinner at 11:00, you can find a wide range of restaurants open until late hours. On the contrary, Suburbs are places where you can’t the same amount of attraction as in the cities, but you can get pleasure from the environment such as forests, animals, parks, and tourist places. For example, I liked Kentucky because I traveled across it. I will never forget when I went to this place called Cumberland Fall, also known as the Little Niagara, or the Niagara of the South. It is a large waterfall on the Cumberland River in southeastern Kentucky where you can see a rainbow every full moon. In conclusion cities have more attraction than the cities Another difference between cities and suburbs is the density of population. Cities have a mass transit of people that may be convenient, but it's hardly private. Neighbors can easily look in the windows of buildings across the street. Also, Cities have a lot of traffic because of the density of population. Traffic and finding a park are always problematic during the work day because of the amount of people in the cities. For example, in New York City is a very crowd city where you can find many tourists everywhere. On the other hand, the suburbs are less crowed...
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