The "All Things NYC" Thread
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08-22-2013, 08:30 PM
Join Date: Mar 2002
Location: Rochester, NY
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yeah, i get that part. i'm probably still traumatized by the school trip i had, many moons ago, where our history teacher was standing on the subway platform reviewing his map and the wind brought in by the subway knocked the map onto the track...and confusion ensued.
i'm sure it will be fine ... i'll figure it out....just to give you a frame of reference, in toronto there's only one train that runs on each track...i.e. you don't have any other options other than the train that pulls into the station you're at.
just a couple of notes, the reason i love cabs in new york is they're so much cheaper than toronto - that it's easy to forgot that subway is even cheaper.
the other NYC bias i have is i love to walk in general and there is no city i love walking around in more than new york. when i was there last month i quite happily walked from the empire state building to the met for my own enjoyment
If you have smartphone, download an app like Hopstop or another NYC subway app. They are pretty easy to use and you just enter your destination and it will tell you how to get there.
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