We sometimes wonder what the ratio per square foot is of locals to tourists in Manhattan. Because it seems anywhere we go, there's a chic fanny pack, a flashing camera, and an intriguing accent to be seen or heard. But who are the flocks of foreigners who infiltrate our streets and seek to discover what life is like in the Big Apple? Well, we've done the necessary fieldwork to find out. Yes, we scouted the streets for out-of-towners to draw conclusive evidence on whether New Yorkers are really that cold, fast paced, and well dressed (we'll own up to that last one). Click through to get up close and personal with 30 tourists that tell us what's up.
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