I lived in the suburbs of Boston during my junior and senior high school years. The Schrafft’s candy factory was — and still is — visible along one of the major traffic arteries.
I saw the factory last week. I was in Boston for a workshop. In my attempts to save my organization some money, I elected to stay in a suburban hotel rather than a pricey one downtown. I figured that since I had navigated Boston’s public transport system as a high schooler (and enjoyed doing so), I would have no problem getting from point A to point B.
By the second and final day of the workshop, I figured it out. But the figuring out was painful. The first night I went from the airport to the hotel. I discovered that the bus route that Google Maps showed me (while in Denver) referred to a route that was only run during mid-days. The second night, I went on a long slow bus loop that was completely unnecessary.
Ah well, it was an adventure.
Anyhow, Schrafft’s no longer makes candy there. The building contains offices. Not-for-candy offices.