“The beauty of New York City is the beauty of the people,” says The Times’ Kate O’Brien.
“There’s so much diversity of tastes and interests and backgrounds, and it’s always been this place where the white, the rich, the hip, and the educated are just getting on with it, and people are just finding out that you can have that as well.
And the more I go back there, the more it seems to me that’s true.”
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I am writing about the most beautiful places in the world in the words of one of our best writers, and her words are in the New York Post, the paper of record.
“My favorite place to visit in New York is the Central Park Zoo,” O’Briens is quoted as saying.
“I have never seen a wild giraffe in the wild.
The one that I have seen was a male giraffe that was shot in the head and left to bleed to death.
I love how the zoo keeps a record of all the giraffes that have ever been there.
And if you ever visit New York in the summertime, you will not see anything like that, unless you are walking by a giraffe.”