How to Plan Your Relocation to New York

New York City redefines one’s life and turns it around by 180 degrees. At times it might look like a concrete and steel wilderness, and at times the same city offers your Central Park- which feels like a free-pass one has earned surviving in this tough city. New York can be merciful and tough on you- but I guess one would agree, it changes you as a person for the better. Relocating to NYC can turn out to be one of the best chapters in life. With thousands of communities, ethnicities, races, all genders, faiths and their numerous languages- New York City shelters you like no other city does. One of the biggest financial capitals of the world, it is the most populous city in America. Proud of its status of being a ‘Global Power City’- New York majorly influences global trends pertaining to Fashion, Finance, Art, Literature, Education, Commerce, Technology, Entertainment and much more. New York has one of the largest harbours in the world and it is divided into 5 Boroughs, namely: Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Staten Island and the Bronx. We have come up with the perfect relocation guide for you. Let’s take a look: –

Accommodation and Neighbourhoods:-

Though there are numerous upscale and decent neighbourhoods in New York City, there are some localities which are all-encompassing and cater to everything that one would need in terms of ease of access to transport options, quality schools and healthcare centres, utility and departmental stores, general safety of the neighbourhood etc. Some of the best neighbourhoods, which score high on these parameters are Manhattan, Chelsea, Midtown East and Gramercy.

Midtown East is one of the most upscale and chic localities of NYC with iconic city landmarks like Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Broadway. You can find incredible one, two, three bedroom and Studio apartments in Midtown East here.

Manhattan: Known to be one of the economically high-end neighbourhoods of NYC, Manhattan is pure ‘city-living’. Towering skyscrapers, gourmet restaurants, popular attractions like Central Park, New York State Library etc. Accommodation in Manhattan can range from one, two bedrooms to Studio apartments for a single person. Value-for-money, a range of exclusive amenities, minutes away from the tube station- these apartments will be the most practical choice for you in Manhattan.

Chelsea is the neighbourhood to be in if you like a more vibrant, artsy and lively neighbourhood that feels closer to home. From exquisite art galleries to the best of fashion and amazing restaurants- Chelsea has ‘unadulterated life’ to offer to you. Mostly red or brown sandstone or brick buildings amidst new age contemporary architecture- Chelsea has the best Service Apartments that will make you instantly feel at home. With fully-furnished apartments, stocked kitchens, best of furnishings in bedrooms- we strive to make you feel like you never left ‘home’.

Gramercy: This neighbourhood bestows ‘exclusivity’ like none other. From private parks for residents, high-scale living spaces, greenery all around, luxurious apartments- Gramercy will provide you everything you need, so you won’t have to move out of the neighbourhood for literally anything. Luxury apparel outlets, bookstores, libraries, good schools- Gramercy defines good living standards. Check out amazing serviced apartments in Gramercy that shall grant you with worry-free living with prompt maintenance, state-of-the-art amenities, modern furnishings and unparalleled ease of access to Public transport.

Education:-

In terms of Education, New York City has some of the best elementary and high schools and also institutes for advanced learning. The New York Education system is actually the largest in the whole of America with more than 1600 elementary and high schools. It also has several specialised high schools for gifted students. The city also has 120 Institutes for Higher Education and some of the most renowned institutions which receive the highest number of students from across the world are Columbia University, Barnard College, New York University and The Juilliard School.

Healthcare:-

In terms of Public Health Care, New York City has the largest municipal Healthcare system in the world. It includes 11 Acute or Intensive care hospitals, 5 Nursing homes,6 major Diagnostic and Treatment centres, and more 70 community-based health care centres for the working class and the economically unprivileged sections of the society. The most reputed hospital under this municipality is Bellevue Hospital where one can go for specialised and general diagnosis and subsequent treatment and emergencies as well.

Transport:-

New York also has one of the best and extensive Transport systems in the world with multiple modes of Public Transport. Some of the major modes of Public Transport are: New York City Subway- which is the world’s largest rapid transit system, City Buses which is the largest in North America, Staten Island Ferry which also boasts of being the busiest ferry system in the world, and the Yellow Taxicabs in which more than 12000 cars are functioning in the city.

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10 Common Scenarios for Booking a Hotel

Whether it’s for business, pleasure or leisure, we all need to book hotels from time to time. Here are 10 of the most common scenarios for doing so.

1. If you’re attending or organising a wedding, you’ll need to book hotels. As it’s a special occasion, a luxury or boutique hotel may be appropriate.

2. You may look to book a hotel for you and your other half, so you can enjoy a romantic weekend break. Again, something luxurious may be preferred.

3. If you have tickets to see a show or concert, you may want the convenience of having a short stroll back to a hotel room afterwards. City centre accommodation is often best for this occasion.

4. If you’re heading for a city break, enjoying some sightseeing and good food, a hotel may be required so you can spread your visit over two days.

5. When you’re away on business and are likely to be spending the whole day in the city, you may prefer an overnight stay, rather than heading back late at night.

6. If you’re going on a long journey, you may wish to break up the driving with a hotel stay. That way, you’ll be wide awake and safe on the roads.

7. If you have guests coming to stay, or you’re a guest going to visit someone, you may need to book a hotel that’s convenient.

8. If you’re going on holiday and have flights during the early hours, you may want an overnight stay at the airport.

9. If you have been offered a good job in a new city and they need you to start immediately, you may need to stay in a hotel while you’re looking for a new place to live.

10. If you’re on a big night out, a hotel may represent a more convenient or even cheaper alternative to getting a taxi home.

For example, you may need to search for hotels in Liverpool if you’re planning a night on the town soon. You can find everything from small boutique accommodation to a luxury Liverpool hotel, depending on what you need.

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Why On Earth Should I Moan – Still Nothing To Complain About in ‘A Hard Day’s Night’

YEAH YEAH YEAH to coin a phrase – I know, I know, another appraisal of The Beatles film ‘A Hard Day’s Night’

Nearly fifty four years old and the subject of countless critiques does the world really need one more? Well after watching it on television for the umpteenth time over Christmas I decided another set of observations could do no harm – after all what is wrong in celebrating eighty seven minutes of such joy one more time?

Having watched ‘A Hard Day’s Night,’ at least once every eighteen months for the roughly the past forty years I thought there was nothing new for me to see but like the brilliant rock album and great film (which it most certainly is) there is often something new to discover. Much of the back story I discovered in the two-set DVD edition that I received as a birthday present about five years ago and while ‘the making of,’ documentary of is both fascinating and informative it also served to shatter one of my lasting illusions of the film. Down the years when walking along the platform of Liverpool Lime Street station I always conjured the image of the Fab Four being chased down the same walkway in the opening scene, only to discover it was not shot there but at Marylebone Station and the train journey they take in the first twenty minutes of the film is not from Liverpool to London, but back and forth from Marylebone to Minehead – leaving me with mixed feelings whether it was information I really needed to be aware of.

But no matter how many times I see it (and on this latest viewing I did spot a couple of errors in continuity that had never come to my attention before) I am always enthralled by the sheer exuberance of how The Beatles perform as actors. To clarify ‘A Hard Day’s Night,’ completely breaks with the tradition laid down in the films made by the likes of Elvis Presley and Cliff Richard up to that point, as rather than play singing characters The Beatles are themselves which gives ‘A Hard Day’s Night,’ its documentary feel and in a story that sees them travelling to London for a television appearance also provides an insight into the lives they were living at the time. The film, cleverly directed by Richard Lester, depicts each member with a distinctly individual personality that from this point onward they would retain until virtually the day they split up – John (rebel), Paul (romantic), George (thinker), Ringo (jester) – but in 1964, before a dark side to ‘Beatlemania’ had developed, their camaraderie is joyful and a far, far cry from the tetchy, squabbling individuals they became when breaking up in front of cameras for ‘Let It Be,’ just five years later.

In early 1964, however, the hand of manager Brian Epstein is still on the tiller, evident in their clean shaven, collar and tie appearance – with hard drugs, political pronouncements and mysticism still someway off. The music too has yet to undergo the transformation that happened once Bob Dylan and psychedelics replaced Buddy Holly and Eddie Cochran as the principal song writing influences of Lennon and McCartney – nevertheless the soundtrack of ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ is still a marvel. ‘If I Fell,’ ‘Tell Me Why,’ and ‘And I Love Her,’ all have gorgeous melodies and straightaway as songwriters they are way ahead of the field, while in the latter song the stunning classical guitar arrangement shows The Beatles were quite capable of eclecticism in their own right.

One oddity of the film given it is their movie, is the name of the group is never mentioned – ‘The Beatles’ appears on Ringo’s drum kit and on the helicopter in the closing scene – but everywhere else the superb script, written by playwright Alun Owen, contains comical references to their fame and throws in several in-jokes for good measure, the most obvious being frequent remarks made to Paul’s grandfather, who is travelling with them, about him being ‘a clean old man.’ Played by Wilfrid Brambell, this is a reference to the character Brambell was currently making famous in the television comedy ‘Steptoe and Son’ where he is often labelled ‘a dirty old man.’ After spending time with The Beatles, Owen manages to give his script strong authenticity, picking up on expressions the group were using such as ‘grotty’ and ‘mocker’ that had never been used before. What did come as a surprise when recently watching the film was a scene on a backstage staircase where there road manager (played by Norman Rossington) says to John Lennon as a chorus line passes: ‘put those girls down Lennon or I’ll tell your Mother.’

It seems a strangely insensitive line particularly as Lennon had lost his Mother in a tragic car accident six years before and in view of the tortured songs he wrote about her (‘Mother’, My Mummy’s Dead,’) most notably on his breath taking solo album ‘Plastic Ono Band’ in 1970.

But let us not leave ‘A Hard Day’s Night,’ on a sombre note – it is much too upbeat and infectious for that.

If you have seen the film then see it again and dare yourself not to smile. If somehow you have never seen it what a treat awaits – a wonderful opportunity to witness many of the reasons people remain enthralled by The Beatles to this day.

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Vacation Destinations in England

At times it seems that the United Kingdom, and especially England, is just one large vacation destination due, mainly, to the fact that wherever you find yourself you are never too far from a first class tourist attraction, area of outstanding natural beauty, an outstanding museum or art gallery or a city crammed full of amenities suitable for all manner of vacations or city breaks.

Most people who visit England on a vacation tend to choose the capital city, London, as their destination. While this makes total sense if you are only likely to visit the country once or twice there are plenty of other great places to visit and spend a few days or weeks. London has some of the most instantly recognisable visitor attractions in the world and the most famous are usually associated with the British Royal Family, for example Buckingham Palace. Being the capital city it is also home to some of the country’s finest museums and art galleries however equal museums and art galleries are found across the country such as the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool.

Cities such as Liverpool are fast becoming popular destinations for visitors looking for something a little bit different to their usual seaside vacation. While the city has plenty of visitor attractions associated with the world famous sons of the city, the Beatles, you do not have to look too far before you find something of outstanding quality. The Albert Dock complex is well worth a visit and it is where you will find the Tate Gallery and the Maritime Museum. Recently the European Capital of Culture the city has plenty to keep visitors entertained and few places offer such a lively and entertaining nightlife.

If you are looking for a seaside vacation England has plenty of excellent seaside resorts with the most popular being Blackpool, Brighton and Newquay. Blackpool and Brighton both have a long association with tourism and while Brighton benefits from a large youth and student population to boost its nightlife Blackpool is more popular for such things as stag and hen parties. Newquay is a popular family seaside destination but it is also one of the best places to either go surfing or to learn to surf. Miles and miles of gorgeous Cornish beaches provide some of the finest surfing opportunities in the United Kingdom.

One of the great things about taking a vacation in England is that wherever you choose to stay you will find an England hotel, guest house or B&B to match your budget. If you want to stay somewhere cheap and cheerful there are plenty of two and three star establishments offering budget accommodation but it is often worth looking for a last minute booking discount as it is sometimes possible to pick up a room, say in London, for as little as £15 for the night.

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A Visit To Liverpool

It is both a city and a Metropolitan Borough of Merseyside located in England. This city is situated on the eastern boundaries of the Mersey estuary. Founded in the year 1207, Liverpool has enjoyed being the city since 1880 featuring lots of fascinating venues. This has attracted numerous tourists exploring the places making it grow beyond unimaginably greater heights.

The town and its outskirts feature a number of exclusive tourist attraction sites both historic and unhistoric. However, what makes it a favorite tourism venue is not only the wide range of travelers' spots but also the nature of the landscape, climate and the general scenery of the town.

Football – Anfield Stadium – similar to other countries and cities, this is the most fascinating passion in the city. For all those football fans out there, you are sure of what I'm talking about. Featured also in Liverpool is this great stadium that has unlimited potential of hosting countless fans at any given match. Additionally, apart from hosting top competitions in the English Premier League, Anfield stadium is ranked the 4th best travelers attraction site in the whole of Liverpool. During the day, one of the best clubs in England, Liverpool Football Club opens its door to visitors whenever no games are scheduled to play.

St. Georges Hall – The hall reflect a brilliant architectural work and lies centrally to Liverpool in Hall Street. To visitors and travelers exiting the nearby railway station, it remains an attention grabbing building. Having taken more than 10 years to complete, St. Georges Hall was structured by architect and designer Lonsdale Elmes and officially launched in the year 1854 to the public of Liverpool and the whole of England alike.

Over the years, the hall has been described as the perfect description of its own type and neo classically stylish by the Prince of England. This is because it is conspicuously decorated within magnificent marble pillars, huge chandlers all bound and very fine mosaic. One notable uniqueness about the hall is that the great philosopher Charles Dickens would often give readings inside the building.

Casbah Coffee Club – Also located in Liverpool is this great coffee bar and ranked the number one tourist attraction site in the entire city. This place has taken roots from years back where it was recognized as the true and greatest music phenomenon of the 20th century. It is a favorite venue for musicians and followers alike and those going there have unanimously admitted that visiting the club after a 5 hour ride is truly a gratifying and emotional experience. Besides, it is considered to be the pioneer of all music geniuses in the whole of Liverpool. To all the tourists visiting Liverpool, don't skip this must-see Casbah House.

Merseyside Maritime Museum – Any traveler willing to explore the fancy port of Liverpool, look no further, Merseyside Maritime Museum is in your locality. This great tourist magnet is a must.

Merseyside Museum is a great day out for you and your family and a treasure house to all of the local residents of Liverpool. However, these are not the only places to come and see, you can also visit Hotel Indigo, Mersey Ferries, Bicentary Dickens Season, and London Carriage works among many others. It is said that Liverpool is a city for those who love culture, come and let's find out.

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A Short Biography of Famous Soccer Player – John Cole

His full name is Joseph John Cole, and better known as Joe Cole. He was born in Islington, London on 8th November 1981. He is a professional soccer player who now plays for national team of England and Liverpool club. From a very young age, Cole was considered as one of the hottest new talents in English soccer.

In club level, Cole played for West Ham United from 1998 to 2003 before joining Chelsea. Afterward, he leaved Chelsea and play for Liverpool club. With West Ham United, he played more than 100 games for the period of five years. Cole also won many trophies with Chelsea, including three Premier League titles and two FA Cups.

In May 2001, Cole made his international first appearance in opposition to Mexico. He was a part of England’s 2002 FIFA World Cup team. Joe Cole was a team part at Euro 2004 but didn’t truly play. A number of people deem him to be the solution to left wing problem of England and since 2004 Cole has continued to get international appearances.

Joe Cole has a lot of quality performances included England’s game in the World Cup 2006 in opposition to Sweden. In the competition, he was truly named FIFA Man of the Match. Joe Cole was also chosen as the PFA Premiership Team of the Year 2006.

He won many honors during his career as a professional soccer player. With the club of West Ham United, he won UEFA Intertoto Cup (1999). And with England club of Chelsea, he won Premier League (2004-2005, 2005-2006, 2009-2010), Football League Cup (2004-2005, 2006-2007), FA Cup (2006-2007, 2008-2009, 2009-2010), and FA Community Shield (2005). As an individual honor, he won West Ham ‘Hammer of the Year’ (2003), PFA Team of the Year (2006), Chelsea Player of the Year (2008), and Premier League Player of the Month (March 2005).

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A Short Biography of Soccer Player – Nicolas Anelka

Nicolas Anelka was born on 14 March 1979 in Versailles. He is a French soccer player who has the role in the field as a striker. For the national side of French, he is a regular starter. Carlo Ancelotti portrays Anelka as a fast player with good aerial aptitude, performance, shooting, ball movement.

Currently in club level Nicolas Anelka plays for Chelsea. Anelka developed to eminence as a productive goal-scorer for Arsenal, and has taken part for a lot of the great clubs across Europe.

Some clubs he has ever joined include Paris Saint-Germain in 1996-1997 and 2000-2002, Arsenal in 1997-1999, Real Madrid in 1999-2000, Liverpool in 2002 and Manchester City in 2002-2005. Afterward He has played for Fenerbahçe and then Chelsea.

At international level Nicolas Anelka has participated lots of times and got the win of his initial international honors with France team at Euro 2000. In the following year he won the Confederations Cup with the team. Anelka’s failure to stay at level of club restricted his international appearances; however he came back to the national side for the competition of Euro 2008.

However, Anelka is an outstanding soccer player and he got many honors and award. Some honors with the club include Arsenal (FA Premier League: 1997-98, FA Cup: 1998, FA Charity Shield: 1998), Real Madrid (UEFA Champions League: 2000), Paris Saint-Germain (UEFA Intertoto Cup: 2001), Fenerbahçe (Turkish Premier Super League: 2004-05), and Chelsea (FA Cup: 2009, FA Community Shield: 2009). For French team his honors are UEFA European Football Championship: 2000 and FIFA Confederations Cup: 2001. And some of his individual honors he achieved Premier League Player of the Month (February 1998, November 2008), PFA Team of the Year (1999, 2009), Barclays Golden Boot (2008-09), PFA Young Player of the Year (1999), and FA Cup Top Scorer (2009).

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Manchester – Popchester!

Manchester’s long and distinguished roster of world-famous pop music stars and superstars has been a great source of pride among local Mancunians, especially since it gives some indication of the prominent role that the city’s musical heritage plays in the world music scene.

As early as the sixties and seventies, Manchester boasted several popular groups like The Hollies, The Bee Gees and 10cc. In addition, the BBC recorded the popular TV show «Top of the Pops» in the city, which was another reason to be proud of the local music scene. Several original members of The Hollies, founded in the early sixties, were raised in Manchester and nearby communities. Often called the British Everly Brothers, The Hollies’ rich harmonies rivalled those of the Beach Boys. Of course, the trio known as the Bee Gees is one of the most successful musical acts of all time, with total sales of over 180 million albums. By now, everyone knows that the Bee Gees were the Brothers Gibb: Barry, Maurice and Robin. 10cc achieved the pinnacle of their commercial success in the seventies before splitting up in 1976.

Historically, however, the big moment in Manchester’s music history came on June 4, 1976 when the Sex Pistols arrived in Castlefield to play their legendary gig at the Lesser Free Trade Hall. While it is true that the audience at that gig numbered less than 42 people, several key figures who would be instrumental in shaping Manchester’s future music scene were present. These included Tony Wilson (founder of Factory Records), Bernard Sumner (of Joy Division and New Order), Mick Hucknall (Simply Red), Ian Curtis, Peter Hook and producer Martin Hannett (who would later from The Smiths with Johnny Marr). Shortly following the gig, Wilson founded Factory Records and promptly signed Joy Division.

Factory Records soon made a splash with signature Manchester musicians who played their own distinct sound. The record label created its own unique image as well, combining images of the industrial north with Andy Warhol-inspired pop art glamour. This formed a rather incongruous image that nonetheless caught on.

With bands like A Certain Ratio and The Durutti Column at the forefront, Factory Records became identified with a certain sound. However, the coup de grace was fashioned by Joy Division, which critics said successfully captured and «grimly defined» what it meant to be a Mancunian at the close of the seventies.

It was also at this time when The Fall, led by Mark E. Smith, began their groundbreaking run of producing unique, innovative and prolific hits that spanned the next three decades.

Following the footsteps of Joy Division, New Order embarked on their own odyssey that combined pop, rock and dance music and parlayed this into worldwide commercial success and millions of record sales.

Soon after, the musical act that would become ‘the definitive Manchester group of the eighties’ hit the ground running. The Smiths, led by Morrissey and Marr, created such iconic Manchester songs as «Rusholme Ruffians» and «Suffer Little Children.» Music critics noted that Morrisey’s lyrics were as explicitly about Manchester as the works of another great artist, the painter L.S. Lowry.

A point of clarification here, though. The famous American anti-war hippie musical from the late sixties, Hair, includes a song entitled «Manchester, England.» However, the mention of the city in the song’s title is somewhat irrelevant and serves mainly as punctuation in the song’s lyrics.

With the dawn of the nineties, the Manchester music scene again metamorphosed, some say the new energy was propelled by the drug ecstasy. The Hacienda night club, which was owned by Factory Records, became the new music hub and created the so-called «Madchester Scene,» fuelled by the music of Happy Mondays, The Inspiral Carpets and The Stone Roses. The 2002 movie «24 Hour Party People» by Michael Winterbottom aptly captured this period in Manchester’s music history.

After Madchester, much of the music scene’s energy died down but lots of local music groups still made their presence felt, such as Oasis, James, Take That, M People, 808 State, Elbow, Doves, Mr. Scruff, Drawn Boy and Michael McGoldrick. Of this group, Oasis emerged as the most popular act, with their Don’t Believe The Truth tour playing to over 1.7 million people around the world in 2005 and early 2006. It should be noted that The Fall continues to receive critical acclaim.

Today, with popular music venues such as the Manchester Evening News Arena, the Manchester Apollo and the Manchester Academy as well as over 30 smaller venues with their own musical acts, it will only be a matter of time until the next great Manchester musical act hits the scene.

Incidentally, the Manchester Evening News Arena, which is next to Manchester Victoria railway station, was recently voted as International Arena of the Year, edging out New York City’s famed Madison Square Garden. The News Arena has a seating capacity of 21,000 and is the largest arena of its type in Europe.

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The only way most people search for websites is through search engines. They go on Google, Yahoo !, or Bing to find websites related to the topic they want information about. That is why your website must be SEO optimized, and this can only be done by a writer who is a SEO specialist. Only through good SEO services will you be able to get articles and information on your website that will show up on search engines. You want your website to appear near the top, or as close to the top, for any number of keywords related to the topic. For example, if your article is about Manchester United, the famous English soccer team, then you would want "Manchester United", "MUFC", "Man Utd", "Man U", "soccer", and "football" to be used a number of times in the articles on your website. Only then will people who search for any of these keywords end up on your page. Otherwise, you could have a great website but no one will ever visit it, and you will not make any money from it either.

PPC services are just as important, because the best way to make money through websites is by pay per click advertising. This advertising is special because you get to put the ads on your website for free, usually through a program such as Google AdSense, and then you get a share of the profits every time someone clicks on one of those links. This way, you are making money without having to spend very much. But again, it is best to have a PPC specialist who can help you decide which types of ads are best for your website, and which types are unlikely to get any clicks.

If you have a football, or soccer, website, then it is no good having ads about beauty products or spa treatments. You want ads that are related, that your viewers will want to click on and learn more about. That way, you will stand a far greater chance of making money on your website. Only the right PPC services can give you that information.

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