I’ve lived in both places. When I lived in New York, crime was a problem. At no point of my living in London has there been any crime to speak of. Manhattan is the jewel of the east coast. London is the gem of England. New York can trace it’s roots back to 1624. London traces it’s roots back to 121 when it was named Londinium by the Romans, who were the last people to ever conquer England (or Great Britain). Tourist flock to New York to see: The Statue of Liberty (a gift from France), the Empire State Building, Time Square, and sadly the museum where the Twin Towers were. When in London, there’s the Eye of London, The Tower of London, The changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace.
Perhaps Samuel Jackson said it best in (1777) when he stated: “You find no man, at all intellectual, who is willing to leave London. No, Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.”
Arriving in London gives one a sense of security you could never have anywhere in the United States. It’s call CCTV, in short for every 14 people there is Big Brother watching you. Knowing that there is a camera watching you gives you a sense of security. The boat rides on the Thames, riding hover crafts across the English Channel to go to France, You can get into some type of boat and cross the Hudson River you will get to see Manhattan’s amazing skyline, and of course journey into New Jersey.
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TK’s Bio: Terrence Kyrell Hodge I was born 9/13/79, in what was then W. Berlin Germany, to Qualise and Lieutenant Tyrone Hodge of the United States Marine Corps. He lived inLondon England and graduated from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor in 2000 with BA in English and Political Science. Terrence writes about any and everything. Terrence is planning a series of novels that are works of “faction” part factual (nonfiction) and partly fictional. He plans to bring a dual vision of American and European observation and opinions to PMA. He will bring blunt honesty with a sense of comedy. He says “I will write wherever I’m needed as I am NOT a one trick pony.