Google maps is not really all that intelligent sometimes. I do not understand its logic.
For instance, I am bussing to Victoria tomorrow night/Wednesday morning, but I am getting off in Vancouver and venturing to the ferry terminal via skytrain/bus. Which is all fine and dandy, I have completed the trip before and it is really not all too bad, but for the sake of this explanation: When asking for directions, if you type in 1150 Station ST (greyhound stn location in Vancouver) as A, and then Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal Vancouver, BC as B, it will give you a list of alternate options for 1150 Station ST that are more specific (ie including a city or cross street). Again, that is all fine and dandy, except for the fact that 1150 Station ST in Vancouver is not even an option on the list. I can understand it not being the first or second, but it doesn’t even exist. Which is ridiculous in my opinion. Why is it not even there? I have already specified in B that I want to be in Vancouver, and even if I were to start in a different city, you’d still assume that Vancouver should be on the list of options for my desired street location, no? I’m just sayin’, it doesn’t make sense. Fix your shit, Google.
- lamoindreidee posted this