Citi Bike released 1,000 of their redesigned bikes this week. I wasn’t aware of the new bikes, so when I first came across one, it was a surprise. Continue reading “1,000 brand new, redesigned Citi Bikes hit the streets of New York City”
Apparently, there are three IKEA shuttle stops in Brooklyn. In this post, we’re going to talk about locating the Borough Hall bus stop. Continue reading “Where is the IKEA Brooklyn shuttle bus stop located?”
Being new to New York, I am being constantly asked to compare New York with San Francisco. However, being just four months into it, I always reply with some version of “You can’t really compare the two”.
That said, there are some things I miss about San Francisco; my mom, my friends and the weather (sometimes) being three easy answers. And though it’s early, I can confidently say that I miss being in the atmosphere of change that technology brings to the Bay Area.
Technology has made San Francisco into testing ground for new ways of getting old things done; it has allowed easier access to relevant information and has forced more-traditional industries to re-examine how they’ve been doing business.
If you spend more than a couple days in San Francisco, that is most apparent in the number of transportation choices you have. Continue reading “Getting Around: San Francisco’s Diverse Transportation Options”