Benefit Of Living In A New York Neighborhood

With regards to a post at the Telegraph: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/north-america/united-states/new-york/articles/Short-stay-apartments-in-New-York-City/

Irene Gough, Matlock, Derbyshire, writes:

My sister and I are organizing to go to New York City for 9 days around the end of April. It was advised that we may choose an apartment rather than a b&b or hotel, but I have no thought where to begin looking. Our budget is not bottomless by any indicates but we would certainly like an spot we would feel secure in. We are happy to share a bedroom with twin beds and though we will almost certainly eat out most of the time it would be nice to have a tiny ‘crash pad’ to come back to and place our feet up with a glass of wine at the finish of the day. Does this type of location exist?

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Douglas Rogers, New York professional, replies:

Your concept is an excellent one, especially if you want to unwind and make a meal at property some evenings, instead of dining out all the time. There are a number of reputable web sites that provide quick term rental apartments.

There is something to be said for having neighbors. In New York City, neighborhoods are akin to having a second family. Whether it is watching one another’s children play or commuting in the city with on another, being so close gives way to trust in the neighbors. It is not merely the close proximity. It also is the will, want, and need to work with one another to make a lively, safe community to raise families.

The dense population knits these relationships in New York neighborhoods. It is also the commitment of these residents to keep their streets clean, no fee apt NYC up to par with regulations, and to help one another in raising their families that create neighbors into friends, and friends into family. Traditions rise from NYC neighborhoods like block parties, once-a-week reading gatherings, and relationships that will last a lifetime. If only all places were as heart-warming to live.

Reminds Me Of Construction Work In Panama

Capponi and his friends are also adamant that their plan for Haiti seeks not to exploit, but rather to offer a helping hand to a nation in need.

“Haiti is very, very special. It’s not going to be the Cayman Islands or the Bahamas, with cruise ships and golf courses,” Capponi says. “That’s not what we are doing here. We are here to restore and preserve the local culture of Haiti and showcase it to the world.”

Article content taken from: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/article1938236.html

I’d like to work on the construction team that’s helping Michael Capponi rebuild those historic buildings. I used to do concrete work in Panama back in the 80’s, and it was an eye opening experience to do work in another nation like that. Haiti is doing really badly right now, and I’m sure they could get all of help they can get their hands on, especially when it comes to skilled labor. They call it voluntourism these days, but I don’t see anything wrong with seeing the world and helping your fellow man at the same time. What used to be an honest job is seen as a form of exploitation these days, how does that make any sense? He seems like a really good guy, spending his money to help on a project that might not even come through. I’d love to do the same if I had his kind of resources.