Talking about New York is as difficult as reducing. This city like many others, we must live it, get lost and accept to go from discovery to discovery. The awakening is at every street corner or rather, at every block corner. Its boiling is permanent, endless. Each neighborhood is a piece of history or the reflection of a continent. The whole earth is found in its center. I like the way the journalist William Grimes portrayed him, describing his intensity and his people. "New York is the city of the present, it lives in the moment, perhaps because its immediacy pushed to full throttle engages all the senses at the same time, which weakens the faculties that allow reflection on the past and the speculation about the future. "Like people on a roller coaster, the New Yorkers cling."