The majority of the trip after the freedom tower I stayed in little Italy which was my absolute favorite part of the trip. I couldn’t wait the whole day to go there and eat some good food. As soon as we had arrived my friends and I went to this nice little Italian restaurant that had the best Italian food that I have ever ate, with one of the best cheap bottles of wine that I could get. Everything about that restaurant was so authentic from the homemade pasta to the bottles of wine that were imported from Italy, with the best cannoli’s ever. The reason why I was so excited to spend the majority of time in little Italy was because I am half Italian and I am very proud of that fact, so I was ...
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...ve two friends that I worked with over the summer from Ukraine and now they both are staying here, living in Chicago with mostly other Ukraine’s, Polish, and even Russians to make a better life for themselves rather than if they stayed at home. The ethnic enclaves of Chicago and New York City create communities, they create jobs, schools, hospitals, churches and many more places that are built just for them. Foreigners need to create these types of ethnic societies, so that they are reminded of their homeland and instead have a community to rally with them instead of a whole country. Like other cities New York is one of the most ethnically diverse cities and anywhere you go there are many different languages being spoken as well as many different types of places to eat, you get to become culturally diverse and are able to learn more about how other communities live.
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