2/05/2005 Add a comment
So with all of the Super Bowl hype happening before Sunday's game, one story that has caught our attention is how poorly Jacksonville has been ready for the big game. It is the smallest city to have hosted a Super Bowl, evidently, is very spread out, and has something like only 300 taxi cabs. Bill Simmons has been hammering this point all week in his dispatches, even that there isn't enough good coffee around. The Boston Globe says that there are so few hotel rooms that some people are staying in Atlanta (4 hours away) or Tampa (3 hours). And don't forget about the limo shortage!