Yesterday, the forecast said that it will snow and it start early in the morning. As it was a Sunday, people stayed indoors and enjoyed the seasons first true snowfall. I ventured to the Museum of Ar at around 10 am. The walk from the train station to the museum is almost one kilometer, and […]Read more "First Blizzard in NY"
In my last post, I talked about NY’s fantastic public transportation, especially the subway. While most of NY’s good things are well known, there are many negatives to NY as well. As I compare NY to Pittsburgh…or to Boston (Boston is a big city). The big difference between NY and any other large city in […]Read more "The Other Side of New York"
How many of you know that before this place becamse ‘New York’, it was ‘New Amstredam’. The Dutch occupied this belt much before the Irish and then the British. When the British colonized nations, they left their mark, negative as well as positive. One of the great hallmarks of British India is the Indian Railways. […]Read more "New York’s Subway (Metro Rail) System"
I am in New York…for some official work…but the last three days (owing the weekend) have been completely personal. Staying at Manhattan…a 2 min walk from ground zero and wall street alike. Spend the whole of yesterday wandering…wall street, battery park, broadway, times square and the lovely central park. Central park is too big to […]Read more "New York ….its NY baby!"