by Ariel Goldberger
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As part of this program, you are expected to figure out how to live in NY city for six weeks. As a service to you, I compiled some information to get you started in your search.
DISCLAIMER: Use this information your own risk. No part of this information is meant as a recommendation or a suggestion of where to stay. Pease do your own research. The faculty is providing all enclosed information for the sole convenience of students in the class. Neither the faculty nor the college assume any responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained therein. Please note that any prices quoted change without notice.
The Good news? Food costs in NY, which in many cities make travel expensive, are relatively cheap. You can get a nice nourishing lunch on a street cart for three to five dollars (if you don’t “need” to pay for sugar in a sweet drink other than water). The Bad news? Lodging tends to be expensive. On the other hand, negotiation is very common, and expected, so if you want along-term hotel stay, or sublet, ask for a better rate.
More to come on how to manage living day to day while in “the CIty”