The day before we left Vancouver was an adventurous day. We biked along the seawall throughout Stanley Park. During our biking journey, I enjoyed the amazing breeze that kept me cool from the sun. After we finished, I was fascinated with Stanley Park’s seawall path for three reasons. One of them is the path having separate lanes where one of the lanes is for pedestrians and the other lane is for bikers. Another reason is the number of resting spots for people to rest. The final reason is the trail that leads bikers to a tunnel that they can bike through. Based on these reason, I think that the seawall path is beneficial to San Francisco’s infrastructure because there are very few bike paths that are very close to the ocean.
When we left Stanley Park, we walked to the Richmond Night Market and explored at the night market. What I like most about the Richmond Night Market is the variety of booths that convince me to purchases foods and merchandises. What makes Richmond Night Market beneficial is that it turns an empty lot into a vibrant space where tourists and locals can walk and shop around at night. In addition, the night market makes a lot of revenue because many people line up just to pay to get in the night market. If we implement a night market in San Francisco, the night market might be successful. Why? Well, there are many factors that we should consider before a night market can happen in San Francisco. We need to be aware about the noise level, accessibility, environment, and etc. Once all of these factors work out with the location, a night market can potentially be viable.