New York Through the Five Senses
New York City is a place that can distinctly appeal to all five of your senses. You can smell, hear, taste, feel, and most definitely see New York. It is one of those places that have something interesting to offer for everyone. With its fast-pace, something is always going on. It truly is the “City That Never Sleeps”. When you step out onto New York’s streets you hear sirens, honking horns, garbage trucks, cars rushing by, the click clacks of heels, hundreds of different conversations (some in different languages.) And in the midst’s of all of that you can even hear the saxophone of a jazz musician or the guitar of a guitarist both trying to make a little extra money. You can hear the mother scolding her child and telling them to stay close and not venture off. The sounds of this city play a big part in the overall vibe of it; a little overwhelming and full of energy. A big part of New York is the food. You haven’t had a cheese steak until you’ve had a New York cheese steak. Every block is lined with places to eat. Whether it is a restaurant where gourmet meals are served, a bakery where you can order fresh cannolis fully loaded with a sinful sweet, creamy filling, or a sweaty hot dog stand on the sidewalk where you can get a hot dog and have a competition with the customer in front of you of who can pile on the most condiments. You can get Chinese food from Chinatown or the best the best pizza you’ll ever have from Italy without actually having to go to Italy. You can most definitely taste the love of New York through their food. New York has a smell. There is that smell in the subway, which is probably a combination of a lot of things. When you walk down the street you can smell all sorts of stuff. You can’t help but inhale the overwhelming smell of carbon monoxide from all the cars, trash, and a bunch of other indistinguishable things. But you can soon forget those when you smell some of the more pleasant things like . At...
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