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Roosevelt Island

In the middle of East River, by the Queensboro bridge, lies the hidden side of NYC. It is a very thin stretch of land, 240 m large and 3 km long, facing Midtown, and having somehow reflected New York City’s … Continue reading

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Ale power

In the days of old, New York used to be called New Amsterdam, and it was a crazy trading port where all adventurers discovering the new world unleashed their energies and found solace in one of the first breweries in … Continue reading

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Le match

Twenty years in Paris leave a deep mark, and make you judge all things foreign with a solid dose of Parisianism. This is what happened to NYC when I arrived. Comparing, weighing, contrasting everything with the us et coutumes inside … Continue reading

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