Yesterday I had to go to two “meetings” (I went to a Christmas Party at Sopolec and a meeting with guys from JCI to talk a bout a project later on) during the Rush Hour (those who visited Bucharest should know that during Rush Hour you will move 100 meters in 30 minutes) so I decided to take the subway. What I forgot was that I am very very tired (both physically, but especially mentally, to quote someone) so, for the first time in my 12 years of living in Bucharest, I took the train in the wrong direction. Not only that, but when I finally got out and took the correct train, I forgot to get out at my destination. Really, what is with this year? Everybody I know is totally tired, I feel like I am floating from day to day.
So, in order to celebrate my little adventure, I made a list with subway networks so complicated that make me wonder: if I managed to get lost in a network so small (like Bucharest’s), what will happen to me in London or New York???
Here is Bucharest’s:
Below you can see the maps of subway networks in Berlin, New York, London, Paris, Tokyo.
source of Bucharest and Berlin images, flicker images have credit in the gallery