Staying cool across the globe
As summer continues to heat up, we took a look at what our employees are doing to stay cool in their cities.
Average high temperature in July: 28° C / 82° F
At our Chicago HQ city, there’s no better place to escape the heat than the Chicago River. After checking out the restaurants and bars on the Riverwalk, head over to Chicago Cycle Boats and pedal your way through the city’s architectural sights.
Average high temperature in July: 35° C / 96° F
In Austin, the summer months send residents looking for cool treats. Tèo Gelato is one of the top spots, known as “World-Acclaimed. Austin Made.” Did you know gelato is creamier than ice cream and won’t give you a brain freeze?
Average high temperature in July: 31° C / 88° F
Singapore takes pride in its strategy to stay out of the heat – get indoors! The Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay is home to a unique display of flowers and plants from the Mediterranean regions.
Average high temperature in July: 28° C / 83° F
What’s a hot summer without water? In Houston, locals battle the heat by visiting local pools and Galveston Beach. Only an hour away, it boasts over 32 miles of beautiful Gulf Coast beaches.
Average high temperature in July: 23° C / 74° F
For our London employees who work in the Shoreditch neighborhood, one of the best options to cool down is SushiSamba. With a beautiful view of the city and a delicious menu, it’s a no-brainer for anyone trying to escape any heatwave in London.
Average high temperature in July: 30° C / 85° F
If you can’t escape it, why not enjoy it? The Governor’s Ball music festival in New York is a must-go for all locals, featuring over 60 bands during a three-day period.
Average high temperature in July: 26° C / 79° F
Montreal’s La Ronde Six Flags amusement park in the city offers thrilling rides that will keep you feeling breezy at different heights and speeds. It’s also a prime spot to watch the fireworks on Wednesdays and Saturdays.