1. Bye Bye Traffic Jams
Fewer people = fewer cars = fewer infuriating hours stuck in gridlock on your way to work. Sounds too good to be true!
3. Long Lines For Brunch Don’t Exist
Want some eggs and toast on Sunday morning? Just pop over to the local diner! No need to suffer through an hour plus-long wait like those who try to frequent Williamsburg, Brooklyn’s popular brunch spot Egg have to.
4. No tourists to crowd the sidewalk
If you’ve ever tried to walk through New York City’s Times Square, you know the pain of trying to navigate around throngs of tourists who are constantly stopping to look up at a monument or look down at their maps. Small towns can still be tourist destinations, of course, but surely not in quantities large enough to be disruptive.