There is nothing like devoting all your spare time to traveling the world. Exploring the globe with a map at hand and maybe even your best friend right by your side. Experiencing the cultures of the world and imbuing yourself with a lifelong passion and a thirst for life is the ultimate pleasure. Now is the perfect time to forget about the strife of everyday life and reinvent yourself as a free spirit. Additionally, Self-actualization, inner peace, and lifelong positivity require a drastic change of scenery, so here are my top five places in the world you need to add to the travel bucket list that you will never forget.
The general rule is, after 10 years in the city, you are officially considered a New Yorker. Personally, I considered myself one way before that time frame (and still do even though I no longer live there). I know it may sound silly, but when I moved to the Financial District of NYC, the city and I had an instant bond. There is so much to love about New York, not counting the rats, the smells, and the cost. But honestly, everything else is fantastic!
I spent nine of my 11 years in the city that never sleeps living in the Financial District, or Fidi, as it's called these days. I was a resident of this neighborhood when not many wanted to be. Fast forward nine years, it's now one of NYC's most desirable areas. If you are planning a trip to the Big Apple, you have to spend at least a day in my old stomping grounds. Here are my recommendations for things you don't want to miss in the Financial District NYC.