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    Review: Alice’s Tea Cup, New York City

    Everything about New York is an experience, and where you go to eat should be an experience too. If this is what you’re looking for, then Alice’s Tea Cup is a great place to visit when in NYC, especially if you love Lewis Carroll’s magical story, be that in book form or one of the many film adaptation forms. I have always loved Alice in Wonderland, so when my boyfriend came to visit me while I was living in New York for the summer, he planned the perfect Alice in Wonderland-themed afternoon for me. Read more

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    Falling in love with reading again

    If there’s one thing I can thank New York for, it’s for helping me fall in love with books and reading all over again. I always loved reading for as long as I could remember, but as the story normally goes, once you’re up to your eyes in college work it’s difficult to keep up reading that isn’t directly relevant to your coursework. I have always gone back to my books during the summer between semesters, but this time around was able to read at a volume I just hadn’t met during previous summers. Part of it was probably because I had finished college, and for the first time I wasn’t going to be facing another semester of assigned readings and it felt like I had total freedom over what I was going to read. But being in New York felt like the perfect setting for falling back into a world of books. Read more

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    My favourite places in New York

    This past summer I was living and working in New York, an adventure I decided to embark on by myself. Over the three months I was there, I grew an attachment to certain spots, like cafés, stores or nice areas, and these became places I knew I could go to if it was all getting a little too much and I was missing home. Having these places gave me a reason to feel happy I was in New York and reminded me I had the opportunity to see and do things I wouldn’t get to do at home. Read more

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