What’s the first thing you do when you get to a new city?
Traveling can be as challenging as it is rewarding. Here are three things that you should always look for when arriving in a new city, courtesy of The New York Times:
- A drugstore. You never know what’s going to come up. If you sprain your ankle or catch a cold, you’ll need to know where to get supplies. Additionally, most drugstores have a selection of food, drinks and other merchandise that you might also need.
- An ATM (or currency exchange). When you need cash, you’ll find that drugstores often have ATMs inside, so you can kill two birds with one brick and mortar store. This becomes even more important when you’re traveling out of the country.
- A wifi hot spot. Navigating any new, unfamiliar city is easier when you have steady access to information. If you’re planning to be away from your hotel for a long time, find a hot spot near where you’ll be spending the day.