Monday, August 12, 2013

Who Designed This?!

The city where I attend school and the city where I live look like they're the same place... but they're actually two separate cities built practically on top of each other.  There are, however, a few sure-fire ways I've noticed to actually tell them apart.  The first is that in the city where I live, the buildings are much newer.  Seeing as the city is newer, that does make sense.  The city where I live is a bit higher, as well.  Once you start heading down, you can tell you're heading to college town.
The easiest way is road design.
Seriously, I don't know who designed the roads in my college city, but it's RIDICULOUS!  Which is actually a shame, because most of it is really nice.  But honestly!  Everything is so tight, and you can't see any signs because there are trees and other obstructions everywhere, and suddenly you're supposed to be going a lot faster in areas that are a lot narrower and... and...
I think I'm getting another bus pass this year. :P

Fare thee well, friend!


  1. Here here!
    Not to mention that there's always construction, so even if you know where your supposed to go, you can't get there!
    -This from a girl who spent four hours trying to find the right building on campus, only to discover that I'd driven past it at least ten times, but it didn't matter because construction made it so that I couldn't turn into the building anyways. You had to take this bizarre back route and walk a ways to get there.

    1. Yeah, you do a lot of walking there. There's no way around it.