"This neighborhood seemed semi normal amoung the chaos of Staten Island"
I'm originally from South Carolina and I'm used to the old cardinal rule of southern charm. I never felt so out of place as when I went to Staten Island. Not everyone was mean but there was this automatic attitude that came out of everyone. Especially when a friend of mine took me to visit her boyfriend on Daniel Low Terrace. I felt that they were looking at me like I was some type of alien. After about 20 minutes of grilling me they acted as if I weren't good enough to be there. The homes in this neighborhood were pretty nice but the fact that there was soo much confusing traffic because there was a baseball game that day it seemed to become ..... alot more aggrivation that was needed. I met a few other locals there and they seemed to understand that I didn't have that automatic " diva" attitude that was required so I had to have a few regular Islanders go along with me. I know that there are people who are used to some rudeness but this is rediculous. Visit Daniel Low Terrace, dont try to pull out and leave because traffic is crazy of course.