Recapping California 2012 and thinking about public transportation.
So I recently made my first adult cross country trip to CA hitting two places San Francisco and Los Angles. Being from New York, and the East coast. It was a slight culture shock, that made me question how I would survive if I were to move to other parts, other than NYC. Well one thing I know is that if I do move to other cities, there has to be a job purpose. Have not been o lucky on finding a job, so I made do with doing touristy things in SF and LA.
San Francisco I imagine I would be able to do it, if I were to live close to the Bart, and had a car for other places.
Los Angles, I would seriously need to have a car, or have lots of patience, since public transportation is doable for both cities. SF much faster than LA though, since I was able to experience the rail. Bus though was pretty much the same experience…. going on half hour+ rides is not as bearable as it is in high school. Just give me heavy rail.. and I am a happier camper.
It all boils down to knowing how to drive and have a car. If you have drivers license then a slew of other issues come up. (sighs)
Weather in CA would probably beat NYC on a winter period. But as I went there in the Spring, I believe I may have lost out in comparing. I experience my hanami at another place for the second time in my life. I still don’t know the experience of dry heat vs. wet heat.. whatever it is, it is still heat.
I ended up putting some images that I took with my mom’s point and shoot over on Flickr. So if you happen to enjoy photo dumps.. then see how much love I had for public transportation.