I should start by saying I love living in a city with viable public transportation. Having the Red and Green lines within a short walk was a big selling point for our condo and the MBTA releasing GPS info has made riding the bus a much better experience (the “Catch The Bus” app rules). That … Read more
The whole “Boston has no traffic laws” thing is a JOKE. Crossing three lanes of traffic in a rental car while talking on a cell phone is just as frowned on here as it is in other cities. Nor do you get bonus points for not using your turn signals. Enjoy your visit!
I bought two items online on Black Friday. Both are about the same size and weight and both shipped from the same place. The one that shipped via UPS is out for delivery. The package shipped via FedExGround has an earliest arrival date of 7 Dec. How does FedExGround manage to be so consistently awful … Read more
The Somerville DIF seemed to have missed the point. You don’t make an area vibrant by taking locally owned business by eminent domain and replacing them with parking garages. From today’s Boston Globe Coming into Union Square down Prospect Street, you can’t miss Ricky’s Flower Market. Offering flowers and tomatoes all summer and Christmas trees … Read more
It’s time to break out the bike again! http://www.boston.com/travel/explorene/specials/outdoors/galleries/biking_local/ http://www.mass.gov/dcr/recreate/biking.htm http://www.massbike.org/resourcesnew/pathstrails/