Fall — like any other season, really — just seems better in New York City. Why? Sweaty commuting is finally a thing of the past. The overwhelmingly large crowds seem to disperse (until Thanksgiving, that is). And, the falling foliage not only looks gorgeous; it also cloaks any random garbage that's lurking on the sidewalk. Between the sweltering heat of summer and the tourist-packed holiday season, autumn in the Big Apple feels like a breath of fresh air. Literally — all of those weird summer smells suddenly disappear, and you can even sleep with your windows open.
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