72+ Best Quotes On Moving To A New City

Quotes On Moving To A New City

  • I want to experience Dallas. It’s a new city where I see new business opportunities.
  • I could spend my life arriving each evening in a new city.
  • Hold a book in your hand and you’re a pilgrim at the gates of a new city.
  • I enjoy running, especially in a new city, so when Im on tour thats always a good option.
  • We all become great explorers during our first few days in a new city, or a new love affair.
  • I like to layer when I fly – the climate always changes from the airport to the plane to the new city.
  • I’m having an unbelievable time on the road. I am taking the time to explore each new city in a way I never have before.
  • Im saving up to buy art. Nothing famous, but every time Im in a new city I wander into galleries and dream about buying great pieces one day.
  • I’m saving up to buy art. Nothing famous, but every time I’m in a new city I wander into galleries and dream about buying great pieces one day.
  • Whenever I go to a new city, in order to help get on the right time zone and actually get a chance to see that city, I like running.
  • Five and forty steps the sky will burn. Fire approaching the large new city. Instantly a great thin flame will leap, when someone will want to test the Normans.
  • Every time I traveled to a new city, I would learn about local heroes I did not know about, and I would learn about their very impressive contribution to their cities.
  • I like the sense of the road passing my eyes. It’s always a fascinating experience to come into a new city…the sense of the people changing, the food changing, everything changing, the art.
  • Any time there’s a major change, whether it’s going into a relationship, getting out of a relationship, moving to a new city, a death – that usually provides a catalyst for an explosion of creativity.
  • College is a magic time. Yes, youre young and fickle, but you want to be part of this college experience… Then you graduate from that. You have your first job, moving to a new city.
  • College is a magic time. Yes, you’re young and fickle, but you want to be part of this college experience… Then you graduate from that. You have your first job, moving to a new city.
  • New York has closed itself off to the young and the struggling. But there are other cities. Detroit. Poughkeepsie. New York City has been taken away from you. So my advice is: Find a new city.
  • I try to run every time I’m in a new city or country – you just put your shoes on and go. It’s very therapeutic, and it also works for me when I want to lose weight.
  • You meet a new person, you go with him and suddenly you get a whole new city…you go down new streets, you see houses you never saw before, pass places you didn’t even know were there. Everything changes.
  • Whenever I go to a new city, whether visiting or vacationing, I would always make that a point to get to the record store early on, just to get my bearings and see what was going on around town.
  • Note for Americans and other aliens: Milton Keynes is a new city approximately halfway between London and Birmingham. It was built to be modern, efficient, healthy, and, all in all, a pleasant place to live. Many Britons find this amusing.
  • Arriving at each new city, the traveler finds again a past of his that he did not know he had: the foreignness of what you no longer are or no longer possess lies in wait for you in foreign, unpossessed places.
  • A premise of the new city is that we want a society to be as egalitarian as possible. For this purpose, quality-of-life distribution is more important than income distribution. [And quality of life includes] a living environment as free of motor vehicles as possible.
  • When I’m on tour, I’m in a new city every single night, and the energy and the crowds and the kids and the screaming and them knowing every single word of my music and being onstage is such an energetic feeling with a big payoff.
  • I’m single. I just moved to a new city. I’m sort of starting over. I’m in Los Angeles. I don’t really know what my life is right now. It’s not what I thought it’d be at 37, and I think a lot of people can relate to that.
  • When you’re in your twenties in a new city where no one’s from here, we’re all sort of orphans. The only people that you can count on our bunch of people that you work with and that you know. You’re only as good as the reliability of that latticework.
  • I love New York City.
  • New York is my favorite city.
  • New York is a fantastic city.
  • New York City has the most beautiful women.
  • New York is a fabled city, a fabulous city.
  • I’ve been in New York City now for 22 years.
  • The people really are what make New York City great.
  • I love New York. It’s one of my favorite cities.
  • New York City is my favorite city in the world.
  • I am the oldest young designer in New York City.
  • I really feel that New York City is the greatest city in the world.
  • New York is such a versatile city, and there’s always something new to discover.
  • I was born in Queens, New York, which is a suburb of New York City.
  • EIla Enchanted’ began in a marvelous writing course at New York City’s The New School.
  • Sex and the City changed New York-New York’s become a big shoe store now, unfortunately.
  • New York is the perfect model of a city, not the model of a perfect city.
  • However, the moral center of New York City, I believe, is the New York City Ballet.
  • It is ridiculous to set a detective story in New York City. New York City is itself a detective story.
  • My dad was a New York City cop. His father was a New York City fireman. And my mother’s dad was a city taxi driver.
  • New York City is my playground.
  • New York is the last true city.
  • New York is the only real city-city.
  • In New York City, everybody goes into therapy.
  • I loved experiencing city life in New York.
  • Everywhere outside New York City is Bridgeport, Connecticut.
  • I’m a creature of the New York City streets.
  • This isn’t a fairy tale. It’s New York City.
  • Nothing can prepare the uninitiated for New York City.
  • Ive been in New York City now for 22 years.
  • New York is the greatest city in the world.
  • New York is my favorite city in the world.
  • I had a good friend in New York City.
  • I love New York City; I’ve got a gun.
  • New York is the best food city in the world.
  • New York City is an amazing place to raise children.
  • New Orleans is a city of elegance, beauty, and refinement.
  • In my opinion, New York City police officers are brave.
  • Kids aren’t going to understand single life in New York City.
  • Kids aren’t going to understand single life in New York City
  • No other American city is so intensely American as New York.
  • I was born and raised in New York City, Manhattan, uptown.
  • Brooklyn, it’s a great town, a great city. It’s New York.
  • I was involved as deputy mayor in New York City on 9/11.
  • I was a bouncer for ten years in New York City.
  • I was involved as deputy mayor in New York City on 9/11.
  • New York is kind of a mythological city in may ways.
  • New York is not a city to return to in defeat.
  • New York is the true City of Light in any season.
  • I love that New York City is a true melting pot.
  • You can’t vote that water out of the city of New Orleans.
  • I think New Orleans is the best city in the United States.
  • New York is a special place; it’s a city that I love.
  • Two days in this city is worth two months in New York.
  • New York, without a doubt, is my favorite city in the world.
  • I want to be the most eligible bachelor in New York City.
  • I would love to do a television show in New York City.
  • Yesterday was the New York City Marathon. Republicans won in a landslide.
  • All the New York City Ballet does is hit beautiful home runs.
  • I just would like to spend more time in New York City.
  • I’ve definitely run from the cops in the New York City subways.
  • My dream is to drop three atomic bombs on New York City.
  • New York is a city where people are ambitious. They want things.
  • Given New York City’s cultural diversity, it has always attracted creative people.
  • We have been actively trying to have New York City host the 2012 Olympics.
  • New York was no mere city. It was instead an infinitely romantic notion …
  • Crime is going down everywhere but in the New York City Police Department.
  • Robinson Crusoe, the self-sufficient man, could not have lived in New York city.
  • New York City is a notoriously hard market to perform country music in.
  • We’ve made tremendous strides and changes in the City of New York since 1994.
  • New York is the coolest city. The place just never sleeps. It’s amazing.
  • I’m trying to change the culture in New York City; that’s hard enough!
  • I love New York! It’s probably my favorite city in the entire world.
  • I come to Fashion Week events in New York City twice a year.
  • From 1966 to 1970 I served as Chairman of the New Haven City Plan Commission.
  • I changed the city of New York. I gave people back their morale.
  • New York is not even a city, it’s a congerie of rotten villages.
  • In New York City, the meek don’t inherit the earth. The big mouth does.
  • I think of the New York City Ballet as the Yankees without George Steinbrenner.
  • I really want to live in New York. That’s the city of my dreams.
  • I really think people understand that in New York City we have high taxes.
  • In New York City, everyone is an exile, none more so than the Americans.
  • There’s a long tradition of people from the South living in New York City.
  • I couldn’t be more excited to return to the ING New York City Marathon.
  • And the most unusual and surrealistic place in New York City is Central Park.
  • No place epitomizes the American experience and the American spirit more than New York City.
  • I think it’s just getting comfortable in New York City, comfortable in your own skin.
  • An interesting thing about New York City is that the subways run through the sewers.
  • New York City was the world’s biggest vibrator. Everything vibrated above, and below the streets.
  • ‘EIla Enchanted’ began in a marvelous writing course at New York City’s The New School.
  • New York has inspired more remarkable music than any other city I can think of.
  • A typical native New Yorker, I’m prone to wearing the city’s unofficial sartorial color: black.
  • I had enough electricity in my booty to jump-start the whole of New York City.
  • I think of the Roundabout as my musical theater family here in New York City.
  • Even today, the bigger the city, the better. That’s why I live in New York.
  • All my best friends live downtown in New York City. I was made in Soho.
  • Just one living cell in the human body is, more complex than New York City.
  • I had gone to the High School of the Performing Arts in New York City.

Quotes About Moving Away From Your Hometown

  • But it was another girl, young and new to the city, fiddling with her keys.
  • Because that is what such a city is, in the New World, a writer’s heaven.
  • New York is the dirtiest, largest, ugliest, broken-down city in the world-but it’s the only one.
  • I stayed in New York City for the first time, I’d always wanted to do that.
  • Living in New York City, you have to keep trying to do a lot of things.
  • I’m not interested in being Don Quixote. I’m interested in running the City of New York.
  • I bike around New York City as a way of getting everywhere I need to go.
  • I’m preparing for a multimedia theater piece, Airport Music, that’s coming up in New York City.
  • New York seems conducted by jazz, animated by it. It is essentially a city of rhythm.
  • Living in New York City gives people real incentives to want things that nobody else wants.
  • In New York City, the common bats fly only at twilight. Brick-bats fly at all hours.
  • New York City has more rock history in its 305 square miles than most of America combined.
  • New Orleans is a city of paradox. Sin, salvation, sex, sanctification, so intertwined yet so separate.
  • That’s our mission: to clean and green New York City – one block at a time.
  • In New York City, one suicide in ten is attributed to a lack of storage space.
  • New York is a wonderful city… It is going to be the capital of the world.
  • I lived there [ in New York City] as an artist, but never as a Chinese artist.
  • I grew up in suburban New York City and London, England, where my dad was working.
  • I went to acting school in New York City for two years. I studied with Stella Adler
  • My family often travels to New York City during the holidays, and that’s always a good time.
  • The more traumatic events you endure with the city, the more of a New Yorker you become.
  • I would like to live in New York – it is my favourite city; I love it.
  • I want to live in a city where immigration is seen as a new source of strength.
  • After ‘Spelling Bee,’ I started landing more jobs… I got ‘Candide’ at New York City Opera.
  • The Hamptons are usually filled with what I had hoped to leave behind in New York City.
  • The bombs the government drops in Iraq are the bombs that blew up in New York City.
  • Water, water, everywhere, Atlantic and Pacific. But New York City’s got them beat, Our aqua is terrific!
  • I went to acting school in New York City for two years. I studied with Stella Adler.
  • I read the New York Times, and if I’m in a different city, I’ll skim that paper.
  • New Orleans, city of roaches, city of decay, city of our family, and of happy, happy people.
  • New York City subways are now getting high speed Internet. How about some high speed subway trains?
  • New York and Los Angeles are really one city, and the rest of the country is America.
  • In a city like New York, any night can be completely different, even in a subtle way.
  • It’s a wonderful city and every American has enjoyed New Orleans in one way or the other.
  • Tokyo is a very safe city. At night it becomes quiet the way New York never does.
  • New Jack City’ and ‘Boyz ‘N the Hood’ are realities, but movies like ‘Strictly Business’ are realities, too.
  • New York City does not hold our former selves against us. Perhaps we can extend the same courtesy.
  • New York is the only city that I have ever lived in that I have felt at home.
  • For in that city [New York] there is neurosis in the air which the inhabitants mistake for energy.
  • Any urbanist has to appreciate New York City and the way it works. The public transit is astonishing.
  • Prince William and Kate Middleton are in New York City. We have got to do something about immigration.
  • I’ve always loved New York City and the idea of a cultural exchange: the immigrants coming to America.
  • New York City has fantastic restaurants and, unlike London, a lot of the best restaurants are relatively cheap.
  • My dad was the town drunk. Most of the time that’s not so bad; but New York City?
  • New York City is a great apartment hotel in which everyone lives and no one is at home.
  • I was trained on stage at NYU in New York City; I did a lot of theatre then.
  • Yeah, ‘Gossip Girl’ is a good show. It’s a real New York show, like ‘Sex and the City.
  • I miss the noise in New York: the sound of taxis and that constant buzz the city has.
  • When I was growing up in New York City, my father was a taxi driver for a time.
  • I was born in New York City but grew up across the Hudson River in Alpine, New Jersey.
  • New York City is a great monument to the power of money and greed… a race for rent.
  • There were only two things you did in New York City, Queens to be exact, music or sports.
  • New York City has become a place where it’s not easy for the working class to even live.
  • New York has been the best gift, in that the city pushes me to so many next levels.
  • I was married to a dancer who had a dance company in New York City, and she toured.
  • Just like New Yorkers themselves, the trees in New York [city] work harder than any others in the world.
  • I am a musician, a songwriter, music fan. I live in New York City and I love my job.
  • If you’re in an urban city like New York, the corner markets are fantastic sources for tulips and roses.
  • I primarily live in New York City, a place that is about constants, not letting up and not stopping.
  • New York City is filled with random, quirky moments like this, chance collisions that just might change your life.
  • It’s fascinating to see how versatile New York City is. It lends itself to being so many different places!
  • I love New York City. I love that I get to live there and I love everything about it.
  • New York City is still the art capital – every time I’m in New York, I’m thinking about competition.
  • Surely, if Mother Nature had been consulted, she would never have consented to building a city in New Orleans.
  • New York City is filled with the same kind of people I left New Jersey to get away from.
  • New York City gritty committee pity the fool that act shitty in the midst of the calm, the witty.
  • I’m looking for something new to believe in that isn’t the way people yearn at night in the city.
  • I love the creativity of New York, but I don’t enjoy the city – I don’t like living here.
  • I love New York; I love the city. It’s impossible. It’s a theme park of a city, isn’t it.
  • Modern life demands, and is waiting for, a new kind of plan, both for the house and the city.
  • Yeah, ‘Gossip Girl’ is a good show. It’s a real New York show, like ‘Sex and the City.’
  • I have a love/ hate relationship with the city of New Orleans, which is the strongest kind of relationship.
  • I pulled a hamstring during the New York City Marathon. An hour into the race, I jumped off the couch…
  • Sidney Lumet’s chief preoccupation wasn’t art. It was right and wrong in the American city, nearly always in New York.
  • New York City is the most important location in the world… it is the center for fashion, culture and finance.
  • New York is the cubist, the futurist city. It expresses in its architecture, its life, its spirit, the modern thought.
  • I ended up training only for four years before I was accepted into American Ballet Theater in New York City.
  • Ernest Hemingway was always uneasy in New York and liked being there less than in any other city he frequented.
  • Hello from the gutters of New York City, which are filled with dog manure, vomit, stale wine, urine, and blood.
  • Apparently, the Obamas chose New York City because they’ve gotten so used to people trying to break into their house.
  • New York is the meeting place of the peoples, the only city where you can hardly find a typical American.
  • For most of the nineteen-seventies, the official route map of the New York City subway system was a beautiful thing.
  • My business partner Robert De Niro knows a lot about hotels; he opened the Greenwich Hotel in New York City.
  • New York is only 97 miles from Philadelphia but was the Big Time as no other American city has ever been.
  • Dingoes, jackals, skunks, vipers and weasel are now illegal in New York City. Well great, who’s going to run CBS?
  • Does the New York City Ballet affect other places? Yeah, it lets people know they should come to New York.
  • When you live in New York City, you run up a long list of things you’ve been meaning to do.
  • I’m convinced that the place, if you have your druthers, to go to have that experience is New York City.
  • [On Venice:] A wondrous city of fairest carving, reflected in gleaming waters swirled to new patterning by every passing gondola.
  • It was so cold in New York City today that the Statue of Liberty had her torch under her dress.
  • And what would be great numbers in a Broadway show are now on stage of the New York City Ballet.

Quotes About Moving To A New Place

  • A little acting debut in Spin City, with Michael J. Fox, which opened up a whole new door for me.
  • I was born in Dallas, and I grew up both there and in New York City, which was very schizophrenic.
  • I’m the No. 1 developer in New York, I’m the biggest in Atlantic City, and maybe we’ll keep it that way.
  • May every day be a new beginning, and every dawn bring us closer to that shining city upon a hill.
  • I am coming back to New York after five years, and it seems that psychics are taking over the city.
  • Leaving New Orleans also frightened me considerably. Outside of the city limits the heart of darkness, the true wasteland begins.
  • I am planning a one-man art show of original Batman oil paintings that I will show in New York City.
  • In March 1950, in New York City, I was married to Marietta Soffer. We have three children: Vilhelm, Tomas, and Margrethe.
  • I have been in private law practice in New York City, where my husband and I are raising our children.
  • MAMMON, n. The god of the world’s leading religion. The chief temple is in the holy city of New York.
  • Once I was in the city, I really enjoyed it. Just to experience things. There was so much new stuff.
  • Growing up in New York City, I was always encouraged to question authority, and I think I confused patriotism with jingoism.
  • As a city, we have to face the reality that New York’s minority communities experience a disproportionate share of violent crime.
  • New York is a much younger city that drives culture. In Paris, older women drive the culture – really drive culture.
  • Unusual weather for New York City. Today it was 68 and foggy. No, wait a minute, that’s me. I’m sorry, that’s me.
  • Here in New York City, it’s cold. It’s so cold the Republicans want to use the Keystone Pipeline to deliver soup.
  • In New York, unlike Holland, there are newspaper stands on every corner. That was a big headline all over the city.
  • The past in New Orleans cohabits with the present to an extent not even approximated in any other North American city.
  • New York is full of abandoned churches. A Godless city, but full of superstitions on every subject–art, money, sex, food, health.
  • Hurricane Sandy was one of the most vicious storm systems to hit the New York City area in nearly two centuries.
  • There’s nothing compared to the history of writing about the city of New York that you get, say, in Charles Reznikoff.
  • People come to New York City because they want something different… now, people are just getting the sterilized version of that.
  • New York is a city with virtually no habitable public space – only private spaces expensively maintained within the general disaster.
  • [My] dream writers room: “‘Naked City.’ Because it still holds up as the absolutely quintessential New York pure cop procedural.”
  • Johnny Vassilaros is the man who has created the finest cup of coffee ever served in the city of New York.
  • From the top of the quarry cliffs, one could see the New Jersey suburbs bordered by the New York City skyline.
  • New York is the only city in the world where you can get run down on the sidewalk by a pedestrian.
  • As the daughter of immigrants, growing up in New York City, you are either at the table or on the menu.
  • I like shooting in New York because I have such a connection to the city. I have so many memories there.
  • You can’t take the New York out of the girl. It’s like a little country girl coming to the big city.
  • I was born in New York City, but I was raised in New Jersey, part of the great Jewish emigration of 1963.
  • If I get busted in New York, the freest city in the world, that will be the end of my career
  • I was a waitress years ago when I was first trying to become an actress, waiting tables in New York City.
  • You feel sadness for time passing. New York is a city that keeps reinventing itself, and I love it so much.
  • New York is the greatest character actor ever. Any film that is shot in New York is elevated by the city.
  • I’m a straight shooter, a New York City girl. I see things as they are and call them as they are.
  • The knife of corruption endangered the life of New York City. The scalpel of the law is making us well again.
  • I live in New York City, the stories of my films take place in New York; I’m a New York filmmaker.
  • The reality is this city will not be the same for a while, … We’re not saying bring New Orleans back today.
  • New Orleans is like a big musical gumbo. The sound I have is from being in the city my whole life.
  • I mean, do you know what you get when you call a suicide hotline in New York city? A busy signal. Literally.
  • …the mayor should not be advancing a policy that encourages [illegal] immigrants to think of New York City as their safe haven.
  • Chick-fil-A is not welcome in New York City as long as the company’s president continues to uphold and promote his discriminatory views.
  • No matter how many times I visit New York City, I am always struck by the same thing – a yellow taxicab.
  • Not only is New York City the nation’s melting pot, it is also the casserole, the chafing dish and the charcoal grill.
  • New York City is a mismanaged carnival of stupidity that is desperate for revenue and anxious to criminalize behavior once thought benign,
  • In New York City, when they develop something, they never use the old buildings. It’s so wasteful. Why not use what’s there?
  • Years ago, as I was beginning my professional career on Wall Street, I volunteered as a Big Brother in New York City.
  • Though President Grover Cleveland declared Labor Day a national holiday in 1894, the occasion was first observed on Sept. 5, 1882, in New York City.
  • I just want to continue the success and be an athlete that is shown in a good light in New York City.
  • I’m laying out my winter clothes and wishing I was gone, Going home, where the new york city winters aren’t bleedin’ me.
  • There seems to be less obvious corruption in city government and New York politicians, they aren’t Republican or Democrat, they’re New Yorkers.
  • I think it’s really important to realize that small businesses are often the portal for immigrants into the New York City economy.
  • People die when you crowd the streets of New York City with protesters. You can do plenty of protesting on the sidewalk.
  • they have enough testosterone between them, if testosterone were electricity they could light up New York City for the month of August
  • My piece in One World or None was the description of the effect of a single atomic bomb on New York City.
  • Being on the stage in New York is always exciting because you feel like you’re part of the life of the city.
  • If New York is the City That Never Sleeps, then Los Angeles is the City That’s Always Passed Out on the Couch.
  • Ebola has arrived in New York City. And I say, ‘if it can make it there…it can make it anywhere!’
  • City needs creativity to retain the high performers who have lived there for years as well as to attract new, interesting residents.
  • There is no more compassionate and effective way to help poor people in New York City than to give to Robin Hood.
  • Every person on the streets of New York is a type. The city is one big theater where everyone is on display.
  • I think of New York City lost in starsforgotten as a blue haired pet of childhood love Tonight the night is full;
  • I live in a small apartment. There’s only so much Batman memorabilia a guy can hang on to in New York City.
  • I was 11 years old and horse-obsessed. New York City was an unfortunate place for a girl like me to be growing up.
  • John is a cottage industry in Baltimore and the city opens its doors for him whenever he is making a new film.
  • Security here in New York City is still very tight. Hookers in Times Square now are demanding two forms of fake ID.

New Place New Beginning Quotes

  • As for New York City, it is a place apart. There is not its match in any other country in the world.
  • I did children’s theater when I was younger, and then when I was about 14 I started doing theater in New York City.
  • I was Mayor of New York during a great Yankees dynasty. I got to preside over the city during four Yankees championships.
  • Yesterday was the New York City Marathon. The marathon was won in record time by a Democrat candidate running away from President Obama.
  • I don’t think there’s a city that has done more and sustained a higher level of security and protection than New York City,
  • Happy Cinco de Mayo. In honor of Cinco de Mayo, mayor Bill de Blasio is filling all New York City potholes with guacamole.
  • Being born in New York City, tends to lead to big expectations, expectations that I only started to realize after I had left.
  • I didn’t know the city at all, but I was so happy to be in New York I cried. I was so excited.
  • During the War of the Rebellion, a new and influential club was established in the city of Baltimore in the State of Maryland
  • Despite some standout events, 2012 was demoralizing. The Met felt adrift, and New York City Opera couldn’t claw its way back to artistic health.
  • I’m really in no one city more than two months during the year. I’m constantly having to readapt my eye to new locations.
  • Introduced to this world in Llandyssul, Cardiganshire, Wales, November 14, 1843, I celebrated my first anniversary by landing at Castle Garden, in New York City.
  • I get out of the taxi and it’s probably the only city which in reality looks better than on the postcards, New York.
  • I’m not a New Yorker. I grew up in Detroit. A lot of people think it’s one big city but they’re completely different.
  • New York may be the city that never sleeps, but Shanghai doesn’t even sit down, and not just because there is no room.
  • In New York City, a lot of people think ‘the great outdoors’ is the area between your front door and a taxi cab.
  • New York City in life was much like New York City in death. It was still hard to get a cab, for example.
  • New York was a city where you could be frozen to death in the midst of a busy street and nobody would notice.
  • New York waiters, probably the surliest in the Western world . . . are better images of their city than that journalistic favorite the taxi driver.
  • That’s how quickly New York City comes about – like a weather wane – or the head of a cobra. Time tells which.
  • New York being the greatest walking city in the world, I tend to walk everywhere as long as I am afforded the time.
  • Tim Keller’s ministry in New York City is leading a generation of seekers and skeptics toward belief in God. I thank God for him.
  • I always wanted to move to New York because of the Velvet Underground, because of the picture that they painted of New York City.
  • I think you can tell when a New York show isn’t shot in the city. It’s so iconic and has such a specific energy.
  • With the spirit of my administration, New York City is poised for dramatic change. The era of fear has had a long enough reign.
  • Because it’s in and about New York City, I knew ‘Ex Machina’ was going to have to continually mix the mundane and the fantastic.
  • You look around New York, and we are surrounded by restaurants and food trucks, and we celebrate food in this city like no tomorrow.
  • I been a wanderin’ Early and late, New York City To the Golden Gate An’ it looks like I’m never gonna cease my Wanderin’.
  • I miss the city Bret and I live in, Wellington. It’s a good place to be creative, in the same way New York is.
  • You can stand on a stage in New York City and make very strong statements, but now everyone has to be held accountable equally.
  • I don’t tan in New York City. I don’t want to waste it on that. I’ll do my own fake tan, actually. It’s awesome.
  • I feel like all Londoners relate more to New York – L.A. doesn’t feel like a ‘city’ city. It’s like a sleepy town.
  • I grew up a little north of New York City and went to high school at Regis, an all-boys tuition-free high school in Manhattan.
  • Creole is New Orleans city food. Communities were created by the people who wanted to stay and not go back to Spain or France.
  • I live in New York City, so there’s so much stimulation when you walk outside, it does not require a television in the home.
  • It’s because Gandhi believed in villages and because the British ruled from the cities; therefore, Nehru thought of New Delhi as an un-Indian city.
  • People think New York is this big city where no one knows each other, but when you live in the Village, it’s the opposite.
  • I may be a lifelong ‘downtowner,’ but Central Park really is the most amazing and the most beautiful part of New York City.
  • In Hong Kong there is agglomeration beyond my fondest imaginings. The Kowloon district claims a population density four times that of New York City.
  • I was born in Jersey City and raised in Bayonne, New Jersey. It’s a town that’s next to Jersey City, and I’m still there!
  • They can be cranky, bewildered, giddy, frustrated and sometimes moved to violence. In short, they are afflicted with the New York City Getaway Fever
  • It would be thrilling, obviously, to be able to have a woman and an openly LGBT person as the mayor of New York City.
  • I really don’t feel good about leaving my house anymore. I don’t feel really good about being anywhere in New York City alone anymore.
  • New York City isn’t Chuck E. Cheese. We don’t have ball pits for the kids to play in. We have titty bars and crack.
  • Saving New York City from bankruptcy is like making love to a gorilla. You don’t stop when you’re tired; you stop when he’s tired.
  • I love Louisiana. There’s no place on earth like Louisiana, and there’s no city on earth like New Orleans. I grew up in Baton Rouge.
  • The ’90s are really the ‘Sex and the City’ woman, and I think, right now, the new contemporary woman is the ‘Lipstick Jungle’ woman.
  • He’s body slammed enough people to start a new country. And there could be a neighbouring city for the people he’s punched in the throat
  • I am not really retired, and may never be completely, but I can’t think of a better place to contemplate retirement than New York City.
  • Weekdays, New York City’s financial district bustles with activity. Its streets are rivers of rushing humanity, its air is thick with the sounds of traffic.
  • I had just moved to New York in September 2001, and immediately 9/11 happened, and of course it completely changed the city and everybody who lived there.
  • The city of New Orleans showed America what it takes to rebuild a great place. We’re all going together, and we’re not leaving anybody behind.
  • The ballet of the good city sidewalk never repeats itself from place to place, and in any one place is always replete with new improvisations.
  • This warning from the New York City Department of Health Fraud: Be suspicious of any doctor who tries to take your temperature with his finger.
  • Live in New York City once, but leave before it makes you hard. Live in Northern California once, but leave before it makes you soft
  • In my case, I was stuck there for quite a while. New York is large enough to be a very abstract city, so nobody cares.

Quotes About Moving Away From Home

  • New York is great for busy creative types. The city has a pulse that races, and you either keep up with it or you leave.
  • I don’t need debt. And if I need debt, if I want debt, I can get it from banks in New York City very easily.
  • That’s the beauty of living in New York City is that a good chunk of the media is here and willing to drink with you.
  • You must never be afraid in New York City, because then you will call bad stuff to you and you will not like it there.
  • Whenever I’m being invited to the New York City Marathon like today, I need to think twice because I know it’s a very tough race.
  • New York is a passionate city. They want a winner. They deserve a winner. I think we did an outstanding job of bringing it back.
  • My wife and I left New York when she got pregnant – we just thought it would be really hard to stay in the city.
  • A priest in New York City was arrested on gun possession. These days, you better be happy that the bulge in his pocket is a .38.
  • If I miss anything, it’s being able to hang out in the city of New York meeting people and talking to them on the corner.
  • New York City is crazy and beautiful and really close to my heart, and I’ve always had dear friends here – family, actually, I would say.
  • You can’t live in New York City and be the most important person in town; you just can’t. There are too many other important people here.
  • If Anthem finds an audience in New York City, my hope would be to see the play transferred to a commercial theatre for an open-ended run.
  • I graduated from high school early so I could move to New York to do ‘A Little Night Music’ out of the New York City Opera.
  • New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin said that New Orleans, when rebuilt, will be a chocolate city. And he will be the delicious nut in the center.
  • Part of this country’s problem is that people from New York City – Wall Streeters – don’t think about the little guy who can’t afford things.
  • One of the things I love about ‘Rubicon’ is I really recognize the New York City that they’re depicting in it, having lived here for 15 years.
  • I got some good news earlier today before the show. Thanks to Alex Rodriguez, I am no longer the most overpaid disappointment in New York City.
  • The New York City Ballet is obviously speaking to a whole new generation and bringing it the same wonder and beauty that it brought previous generations
  • Everything seems to be going faster and faster. It’s really harder to create something that endures. The New York City Ballet has succeeded in doing that.
  • The city fought a $300 million, 18-year war on graffiti. New York Mayor John Lindsay declared war in 1972, and the battle for the transit system came later.
  • The rumored frontrunner for [Donald] Trump`s Secretary of State is former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani who of course has no foreign policy experience.
  • Success has a lot of different plateaus. But I first felt really proud of myself when I was doing an off-Broadway production in New York City.
  • New Yorkers are born all over the country, and then they come to New York City and it hits them: Oh, that’s who I am.
  • Corruption at every level, city, state, federal, all has helped in making New Orleans a disaster area, the most disappearing land mass on the planet Earth.
  • When I was 13, my family moved from a suburb of New York City to Miami, Florida, and we moved there the Friday before Labor Day weekend.
  • What I don’t want to do is to go and buy a bunch of exotic-looking drums and set up an Afrikanische Musik in New York City.
  • My first introduction to New Orleans was from the air, flying high over the city with a view of the land – and water – below.
  • Yesterday in New York City, Donald Trump officially changed his political affiliation from Republican to Independent. And Donald’s hair has switched from pelt to carpet sample.
  • New York! I’ve always wanted to see it and now I’ve see it. It’s true what they say– it’s the most wonderful city in the world.
  • It’s a big change for a country boy like me, to be in the limelight in New York City. It was most definitely a tough adjustment.
  • No matter where you put me, I don’t care if it is North Carolina, Florida, California, New York City; I’m going to be who I am.
  • New York is like the weirdest city in the United States, in a great way, and Los Angeles is probably more similar to most of America.
  • New York City is a fascinating place because it’s very good at using the energy in attracting some of the best and the brightest from everywhere.
  • The New York City Ballet is obviously speaking to a whole new generation and bringing it the same wonder and beauty that it brought previous generations.
  • It’s all right. You guys in New York City can’t get a hole in the ground fixed, and it’s five years later, so let’s be fair.
  • New Orleans is the only city in the world you go in to buy a pair of nylon stockings they want to know your head size.
  • It’s not hard for a city like New York to create a $1.25 million fund. It’s not hard for foundations to create funds that invest in diverse founders.
  • It’s probably similar to being in New York City and having a cab driver behind you and you’re driving too slow. It’s not the most pleasant thing.
  • When I first came to New York City in 1967, I joined up with Richard Schechner’s Performance Group – where we worked in the Performing Garage in SoHo.
  • I love New York City. Everyone is busy with their own lives – and no one is interested in some Hollywood celebrity walking past in downtown Manhattan.
  • New York is a wonderful place to shoot. The bystanders are great. They are enthusiastic. They respect the process, and you get the energy of the city.
  • I love New York City. Everyone is busy with their own lives – and no one is interested in some Hollywood celebrity walking past in downtown Manhattan
  • New York City has 2 million rats. We used to have 8 million rats. Now we’re down to 2 million. You know what that means? We lose four electoral votes.
  • Those 3,000 jobs in Sioux Falls, based on our population back then in Sioux Falls, would have taken 300,000 jobs in New York City to equal it at Citibank.
  • When I see Lemlem walking around New York City, it’s just mind-boggling, because I know it came from this one man sitting and weaving this little product.
  • There are people who have been in this job for 20 years who will tell you that something new crops up every day. (on being Manchester City manager)
  • I do not go outdoors… As far as I’m concerned, the whole point of living in New York City is indoors. You want greenery? Order the spinach.
  • I grew up in New York City, where we played highly unorganized sports: stick ball, stoop ball, and the occasional game of baseball with no adult supervision.
  • The near-term attacks … will either rival or exceed the 9/11 attacks… And it’s pretty clear that the nation’s capital and New York city would be on any list…
  • One of the big luxuries of being in Antwerp is that I can easily walk in the city. In Paris and New York, I am more recognized.
  • The older I get and the longer I live in New York City, the more I have the desire to go elsewhere and be surrounded by nature.
  • I’ve always lived in a city. I’m very social, and in a place like New York, even if you’re alone on the subway, you never feel lonely.
  • I’ve almost been hit by a lot of things in New York City. I am pretty sure I have almost been hit by a bike messenger before.
  • New York City is one of the most vulnerable cities in the world to climate change, so I see Keystone as the central threat to New York.
  • It was announced that President Obama and his wife, when they’re finished in Washington, are moving to New York City. The guy just can’t get enough gridlock.
  • The federal government is doing less than it is lawfully entitled to do to protect New York City, and the City is less safe as a result.
  • We are New Yorkers. Proud citizens of the greatest city on earth. Thinking big isn’t new to us. It is the very foundation of who we are.
  • I bike all the time in New York City. I bike for hours. I can bike for eight hours a day and just go everywhere with bikes.

Staying Away From Home Quotes

  • Living in New York City is one constant, ongoing literary pilgrimage. For 20 years, I lived among the ghosts of great writers and walked where they had walked.
  • I’ve lived in London, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, New York, and Turin. But New York is my favorite city. It has so much energy, so much toughness.
  • New York is a galaxy of adventure at once elegant, exciting and bizarre. It’s a city that moves so fast, it takes energy just to stand still.
  • I tell you, Heaven is a real, literal, physical place, a city as material, as physical, as literal as Chicago or London or New York or Tokyo.
  • If you want to get an education in how to get a story and how to survive, then get a street reporter job in New York City.
  • Ed Koch once said that New York City is where immigrants come to audition for America. That’s what happened to my parents; that’s what happened to me.
  • I don’t actually keep the dresses I’ve worn during other friends’ weddings. Closets are small in New York City – I can’t be squandering space on bridesmaid dresses.
  • The greatest work of art about New York? The question seems nebulous. The city’s magic and majesty are distilled in the photographs of Alfred Stieglitz and Paul Strand.
  • I represent Staten Island and Brooklyn, and not just that the financial services industry is important to the U.S., but is disproportionately important to New York City.
  • There was a flight from Cleveland to New York City with just two people on board. There hasn’t been two people on an airplane since the Wright brothers.
  • In the 1970s, New York City avoided bankruptcy because wise political leaders like Gov. Hugh L. Carey believed both in strong labor unions and robust banks and companies.
  • Back then, before it became clear that democracy was best served by a drunken electorate, the bars in New York City were required to close on Election Day.
  • New Orleans may well have been the most liberal Deep South city in 1954 because of its large Creole population, the influence of the French, and its cosmopolitan atmosphere.
  • When I was a teenager, if you’d asked me, I would have said I was in a relationship with New York City. It was my first real love.
  • I feel like when being raised in New York City I have a particular perspective on things like Gay issues maybe, because I’m in the middle of Manhattan.
  • I don’t know if I want to go to New York. They’ll have to pay me a lot more money because I like it here in Kansas City.
  • What I like about New York City is nobody cares. If they do, they don’t ever approach. They just give you a ‘What’s up?’ and that’s it.
  • Shakespeare in the Park is one of the greatest gifts in New York City. You just have to wait for the tickets – and it’s worth the wait.
  • Sooner or later they are going to live in a New York City where gay marriage is not only legal, but it’s common and they don’t even notice.
  • I live in New York and it’s the greatest city, but sometimes I want to move to the place with the porch and the lemonade and the farm.
  • I was born in New York City in 1926, four years after my parents and my brother migrated to the United States from the city of Odessa in Russia.
  • A long time ago, when I was a young dancer in New York City, I fell in love with Jimmy Dean and he fell in love with me.
  • The alumni of Second City from John Belushi to Martin Short have changed my entire life and brought a new kind of comedy to America and the World.
  • We lived in the bowels of New York City. It was a struggle just to survive. This nice suburban kid hadn’t had to do much of that before.
  • A great many people go after success simply for the shiny prizes it brings…And nowhere is it pursued more ardently than in the city of New York.
  • It’ll be interesting to raise kids in New York City. I’m from suburbia, so I don’t really have any experience with what it’s going to be like here.
  • I took many trips down to New Orleans trying to experience the city as deeply as possible. I’m from Detroit so New Orleans seemed very exotic to me.
  • The mark of a good party is that you wake up the next morning wanting to change your name and start a new life in a different city.
  • My favorite thing of all time is a New York City when there’s a blizzard. Everything gets really quiet, and everyone goes to the movies and the park.
  • I grew up in New York City in Greenwich Village and had parents who were somewhat bohemian so I was always on the nonconformist side of the equation.
  • I’ve been in a lot of indie movies, where we didn’t necessarily have permits or permission. I’ve even run from the cops in the New York City subways!
  • New York is a great place to be fed in the arts. The arts in general are a large part of my life. The city was my postgraduate course.
  • There is something about New Orleans that embodies passion; I’ve never seen that before. There’s something tangible about the essence of the city. You can taste and smell it.
  • Like surgeons trying to save a life, the conservators and preservers at New York City museums dedicate themselves to ensuring the longevity of works of art for public view.
  • In Islamic theology, the phallic symbol is very important. Your biggest phallic symbol is New York City and your tallest building will be the phallic symbol they will hit.
  • My undergraduate education, at the City College in New York, was made possible only by the existence of that excellent free institution and the financial sacrifices of my parents.
  • These New York City streets get colder, I shoulder every burden every disadvantage I’ve learned to manage. I don’t have a gun to brandish. I walk these streets famished.
  • My undergraduate education, at the City College in New York, was made possible only by the existence of that excellent free institution and the financial sacrifices of my parents.
  • New York was no mere city. It was instead an infinitely romantic notion, the mysterious nexus of all love and money and power, the shining and perishable dream itself.
  • I walk down the street and people don’t go, ‘My God, there he is.’ I lead as normal a life as you can lead in New York City.
  • I grew up in D.C. but always had a love affair with New York. I did ‘Central Park West,’ ‘Sex and the City,’ ‘Law & Order.’
  • My boyhood life in New York City has impressed me with the popular ignorance and also with the great need of something better than local lore and weather proverbs.
  • General Washington had rather incautiously encamped the bulk of his army on Long Island – a large and plentiful district about two miles from the city of New York.
  • General Washington had rather incautiously encamped the bulk of his army on Long Island – a large and plentiful district about two miles from the city of New York
  • I’ve never had a treehouse because I live in New York City. It would be a little bit hard to fit a treehouse in a New York City apartment.
  • Everybody’s in New York and, hopefully, my younger kids will go to college in New York and find something they want to do so they’ll stay in the city
  • I mean New York City is the financial capital of the world. It’s where all the money passes through, the Dow Jones, whatever, that’s where all the money goes.
  • My favorite thing of all time is a New York City weekend when there’s a blizzard. Everything gets really quiet, and everyone goes to the movies and the park.
  • I had no administrative function at the New Yorker. I am what we used to call in construction back in Kansas City where I grew up “a dog-ass subcontractor.”
  • When I heard Puerto Ricans in New York City, it sounded very strange. And the first time I heard someone from Spain, I thought they had a speech impediment!
  • One of the best moments I’ve ever had in New Orleans is seeing Bourbon Street filled on a weekend night not long ago. Just watching the city breathe again.
  • I’m very obsessed with the energy of New York and the idea of the way people behave in the city versus the way they behave in a natural environment.
  • One of the best moments Ive ever had in New Orleans is seeing Bourbon Street filled on a weekend night not long ago. Just watching the city breathe again.
  • Chicago is the great American city, New York is one of the capitals of the world, and Los Angeles is a constellation of plastic; San Francisco is a lady
  • A City University of New York study done in 1991 revealed that nearly 90% of the American people identify themselves religiously as Christians or Jews, while only 7.5 percent claim no religion.

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