Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Manhattan Island

East 34th Street Ferry Landing

"Being an island is an important thing about New York because even though no one thinks much about it from day to day, they have to go to quite a bit of trouble to get on it and off it. This makes being there something of an event and people don't take it so lightly. New York isn't like so many places that just sort of dwindle away until you're out of town. In New York, it's very definite. You're either there or you aren't."
Andy Rooney, Andy Rooney: 60 Years of Wisdom and Wit


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