I'm trying to imagine myself (and 2 cats, a parrot and boyfriend) living in NYC (likely in Brooklyn)--and also planning our visit--and I realize I have no sense for how busy (or not) the place is.I went there once when I was 13 and all I remember is that FAO Schwartz was insane in late November...it was Furby season. So NYC inhabitants--how much do crowds and lines play a role in your everyday life?
I lived in the city for a summer, and the only lines you encounter are in line for like, the TKTS booth. Where do you think you're going to run into lines and big crowds that affect your daily habits? There's people waiting for the subways, but you can almost always get onto a train. Other than that...lines at Starbucks maybe? Lines at pizza places? Nothing like you wouldnt encounter anywhere...
I haven't spent a large amount of time in new york, but I definitely remember feeling really uncomfortable in manhattan. definitely more claustrophobia than agoraphobia though. except for manhattan though, i thought new york was much more enjoyable and livable than someplace like dc. finding parking can be a major problem. it's definitely not a place designed for cars.
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