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Rating details. All Languages. A thought: people will sign up for InsideHook to the extent that they want to be their cities curator. Cool name, implies membership to a secret community. The logo is arresting and I like how the face in the logo is looking in the direction of the email signup box. It asked me to sign up for the email list and within it was a photo of a martini mixer. Coincidence or planned? If not planned maybe it should be — matching photos in pop up windows with the same theme as what a visitor is reading could be killer.
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A quick chat would be enormously useful. I have a small number of specific questions. Keen to get a feel for the energy of San Fran and meet up with some good people. Where is a great area for a young fam to park up for a week that will give us a good taste of what this fine city has to offer? Only for the grown and sexy, but still willing to get a little filthy from time to time. Oh, and this is not a rhetorical question. If you know of a website I am describing, please send me the link.
Any museum — we have lots and they are world class. The armor and weapons at the Art Institute are amazing. Food and drink just about anywhere in the city is superb — from working class hot dog stand to Molecular Gastronomy. The residents of Chicago all feel like your neighbor from down the block, yes, the crazy ones too.
InsideHook is great. What amazing design and they have beautiful articles. AH amazing! David from Powder Quest said you were down in South America at his camps so you must have some interest in Snowboarding etc. Thanks Nev. Your post just gave me 16 more reasons to go to SF. Please provide me with your physical address so I know where to send my angry wife. My so far favorite places are Sydney great people, surfing at the beach on the edge of a metropole and Rome italian lifestyle and tradition in the middle of a huge bit of history.
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Obviously London is the greatest city in the world. The British Library: Free to get in apart from the temporary exhibitions, which are great.
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Just over the road is…. The Wellcome Collection: One of the weirdest collections of arcana in London, from cholera-infused urine to ancient medical devices. Sunset: The Mayflower. Loved the post and the website.
It has a lot to do with our startup as we have several local experts planning itineraries for travelers around the world. Signed up for InsideHook; would love to get that 30 minute call. How do you make such decisions for yourself? What country or what medical centers do you trust? Thought you should know!
The city where my husband and I settled 10 years ago for a brand new life after quitting Paris for a better and more quiet life…. Anyway, Toulouse is great and there are so many places great too. I think I actually could live anywhere in the world as long as I have my family with me. The thing is, I usually associate a place with the emotions I felt there.
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For instance I have such an amazing souvenir of watching the sea lions liying on the beach when driving from San Francisco to LA. That was maybe 15 years ago and I still have this image in my mind as if it was yesterday. Nature is so wonderfull. You have to fit in China Town at night. Try one of the small places on the side street. I am looking forward to your call Tim- I spent four years in the Air Force in the Bay area and miss many aspects of the lifestyle out there- I certainly miss the skiing, Yosemite, Wine Country, ridiculously beautiful ocean vistas, Redwoods….
San Francisco is a gem.
Thanks for the scoop Tim. Just moved into the city for grad school a month ago, InsideHook sounds perfect to find things to do. Boatbound, Vantiago, and Salumeria were my 3 favorites. Boatbound reminds me of Golden Yacht Charters in Miami. Just 3 more things to add to my bucket list now. Great list! Makes me long for SF. My two favorite cities in the world are London and NYC. If you want to get out of kingston and see awesome beaches and scenery forget Negril or Montego Bay…go to Portland and get a villa or stay at Canopy…Portland is easily the most beautiful Parish and has the lowest crime rate in all of Jamaica..
I seriously got this in my mailbox as I was doing an itinerary last week to SF from Miami, great timing, man. Just got here yesterday with my boyfriend, huge fans here mostly me, the bf is jelly hehe I really hope we run into you at one of these cool places!! Also, bf signed up for InsideHook, any thoughts on adding Miami to it?