Ahhh!kelli said:in SF, i didn't drive.. i took BART everywhere.. public transpo is so much better in big cities.
If i needed to go out of town, i'd rent a car.
Neighbouring cities (say within an hour) often have rail service.. trains that go every hour or so.
I grew up on the 32nd floor of an apartment building on the south side of Chicago. They had their own little grocery store right in the building. They also would deliver for the little old folks (for a fee of course). My dad drove of course, and once in a while would go to a major store.Charla said:And how do they grocery shop?
And what if you live in a high rise? How do you get all those bags up there?