Comparing jogging between San Francisco and New York City, I prefer San Francisco, a lot more in fact. In NYC, the place is crowded with people and there’s a traffic junction in between just short distance.
I planned to jog to Central Park and back but forgo this thought after seeing the number of people along the pavement. When I am here 6 months ago, I did not realised that it’s this bad. That’s probably due to the place that I am staying, which makes the different.
Today’s jog started from Holiday Inn New York City – Times Square towards Pier 84 and turning back at Manhattan Cruise Terminal. The jogging distance is relatively short, focusing on getting there and back and clocking some distance to burn off those HUGE portions of food.
Again, one of the interesting thing of running in a city is to discover another side which is seldom see when we are traveling by vehicle.