You can see the real character of the younger generation of New Hope by viewing the naive definitions apart from this one (greatly identified by poor spelling). New Hope has a lot of historical culture to it, and is widely known for its population of gays and artists (also in Lambertville, across the river). Students such as myself from New Hope are not always rich, although it is easy to classify those who have the "good life": their parents don't care about them, so they get high and smashed every weekend etc. New Hope parents send their kids to New Hope moreso for educational purposes, rather than sending their students to CB East (look up definition and you'll understand).
New Hope is about 45 minutes from Philadelphia and is loaded with shops and food services ranging from bakeries to restaurants. It rests on the Delaware River, and has a large bridge connecting it to Lambertville, New Jersey. Many tourists like to come here, but I barely ever see kids on the street there just to mock them - get over yourselves - kids have cars and are more than likely to be miles away doing something else. Unfortunately, New Hope is losing some of its charm with the addition of buildings such as Dunkin' Donuts.
The town itself is rather pricey, and yes, has many bikers and local people, but have you seen some of the bikes and cars that drive around here? We've had our share of Harley's, but as far as cars go I personally have seen Lamborghinis, new Jaguars, Bentleys, and just recently an Audi R8. There have also been sightings of Bam Margera around the area, and M. Night Shyamalan owns property in Bucks County (the county New Hope is in).
New Hope is a town with rich culture, expensive taste, unique shops. It's getting a bad name from the brats that think they know the town they barely spend time in, anyway.
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