Thus speaks the woman who has NEVER been without a car. I have. Hate to say it, but the only way I'd live in any city like that is if I were independently wealthy and could afford to keep my car. Besides, I love my car. It's only the second vehicle I've ever owned I've felt this way about. I'd no sooner give it up than I'd give up the thing which it allegedly symbolizes.
To distract you from thinking about that, here's a couple of pics.
This is where we had dinner. The crab feast is phenomenal. We got it with a 2 for 1 special, so it wasn't as spendy as it sounds.