From what I'm able to ascertain via Google, Gastown as apparently quite a nice place during the day. It is a historic saloon district, the site where the city was founded, and quite a tourist attraction.
But throughout my career I have often had to work at night. I expect that to be the case with this job. I don't expect it to be an option ensure I always get home before the Sun goes down.
Even if I never got into any trouble, my wife Bonita is going to stay in Nova Scotia as she has another year to go in art school. She is very much the sort to worry about me if she thinks I might not be safe. All the money in the world wouldn't be worth Bonita losing her peace of mind.
The job itself would be ideal. It seems like a great company and great work. I just don't know what possessed a software company to locate smack downtown in a big city instead of the burbs where the rents are cheaper.
The Waterfront Station is a stop for the SkyTrain light rail, SeaBus ferry and West Coast Express commuter rail. It's not a very long walk from the station to their offices. So it would be convenient to get to work on public transportation. I guess that's why they chose the location they did.
Thanks for any advice you can give me.
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