Georgetown is a city one can easily love: the streets are pleasantly navigable, the colonial architecture has shrunk under the weight of age and the number of unattended parks and green spaces offer a very relaxing backdrop and distraction from everyday stressors. The St. George Cathedral is a marvel in its own league: it is one of the world's largest wooden structures. Around town, the city is alive with various levels of decibels coming from the market, in particular, the red–faced Stabroek Market that has been in existence since 1881. Put all these together, and visitors get a healthy dose of laidback traveling and worry-free vacationing. Nightlife is, of course, anything but laidback. Night spots in Georgetown are unbelievably riotous, perhaps as a healthy outlet for a city that seems to implode under its own weight.