I suggest you get your hands on a New York news paper and check out rental rates etc you will get a good idea of the high cost of living. Renting an apartment you will need the first month's rent, a month's security deposit (some places two months), a cleaning deposit. Plus you will need … Read more
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It's dangerous only in my mind. Because I'm not flying over the water and I'm not taking a boat or ship .
Hashima Island. It was abandoned in 1974 after coal mining operations were suspended.
Hot air balloon ride
I'd like to go to the International Space Station!
Currently, it's a bad investment.
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My guess would be San Diego.
In a little plaza in front of my gym there's tiny hole in the wall restaurant about the size of my bedroom run by a Japanese family. The husband is the cook, the wife and daughter take and deliver orders. It's dark, old, dirty, and smells like stale soy sauce sometimes. Your order comes out … Read more
Most people who visit Southern California miss seeing the Huntington Library in San Marino. It has a wonderful museum, which is the home of the paintings "Pinkie" by Thomas Lawrence and "Blue Boy" by Thomas Gainsborough. The gardens are gorgeous, and a lovely high tea is served in the Rose Garden Tea Room.
We have a wonderful restaurant/pub a few miles north. Home of excellent burgers and rubens.
The Wilderness Lodge is way off the beaten path tucked in the valley. Indoor and outdoor dining, good food and drink. Also last years winner of Wingfest.
We have a very small Mexican restaurant that's pretty well hidden. Their food is NOT TexMex but authentic Mexican food that you won't find at the majority of places.
The Wooden Spoon, and Harvey's Bakery and coffee shop.
La Festa is a great wood fired Pizza place as well.
Not too far from me there's a place called Philly's, the two guys that own it are from Philadelphia and oh boy can they make a Philly cheese steak, they are so good the Food Network did a story on them.
There is this small seafood restaurant off the side of the highway not really near much of anything, and it is set back enough that people drive right by never even seeing it. All the locals know about it though. The food is awesome and they make a special dish that has 5 different cheeses, … Read more
About a half mile down the river, built on the river, is a small "mom and pop" restaurant. It started out as a bait and tackle shop for local and visiting fishermen. Then the Mrs, started providing free coffee and little pastries for the customers in the early mornings. After many customer suggestions she started … Read more