On Mon, Aug 19, 2013 at 7:28 PM, Lawrence Rose <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Living in a city is great. There's always so much to do. But getting to the "things to do" can be a real headache and makes one think twice sometimes. Like getting to SF from Berkeley, or Berkeley from SF for a show or a museum or a concert can be a real pain. Think if you didn't have to drive, worry about traffic, if you didn't even have to own a car, if you never had to look for parking, pay tolls and gas, if you had a driver, an always ready chauffeur and it were cheap, cheap, cheap, really cheap, and always there, rain or shine, any time of day or night or time of year. Always within minutes of wanting it, and door to door, and inexpensive.
There are 84,000 metered cabs in the Medellin metro.