I just received an offer to spend the summer working at the College of Mount Saint Vincent, which is located in the Riverdale neighborhood of the Bronx in New York. I quickly accepted and am greatly looking forward to the position, because it should be a good opportunity professionally and personally as it will take me completely out of my element for the time I am there. Which leads me to the point of this post:
As the sheltered Iowa native I am, I was hoping to get an early handle before I head out there in a few months. For residents or people that have spent extended time in the New York City area, do you have any tips or advice on items to bring, places to see, things to do? General words of wisdom for the small-town guy?
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