What happens when you’re stuck on a subway car.
Friends, with the wind chill, it is currently -40° where I live, as I type this. Notice I didn’t put F or C next to that temperature. It’s so cold that Fahrenheit and Celsius have met on a spot so low on the thermometer, it’s ridic that it even exists.
By now you’ve probably noticed that it’s summer. It’s a time for unbearable heat, cold and frosty treats, and traveling. It’s entirely possible that one of your travel destinations this summer is New York City; it is, after all, one of the most popular cities in the world to visit, and attracts 47 million tourists each year. If NYC does figure into your summer travels, you’re going to need a plan when it comes to getting around. Read More How to Ride the Subway
I am an NYC-dweller who has the outside perspective of one who has spent half her life in another place (Virginia, to be exact). I was heading home on the subway yesterday after a not-fun day at work, and I was in a terrible mood due to something blog-related, so my fuse was shorter than normal. Read More Another Take on the Native/Tourist Dynamic