Following the post on a parking signage predicament in Indianapolis, I continue with a city that has a bit more sanguine attitude toward the great discipline of finding parking in an urban setting.This may also rank as my shortest post; I’m at a loss for further words. Parking and fun? Who knew? Most people don’t usually rate parking highly on their list of fun things to do, and parking in garages seems to fare worse than parking on the street–otherwise people would make a beeline for the nearest garage, rather than circling the blocks looking for that metered space. But they don’t. They want to save money and have as little of a walk as possible. And a garage promises neither.
But hey–the owners of these garages have to lure them in somehow. Better honey than vinegar. If calling it fun works for this management company, I’m sure it should be having the last laugh.