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#776: Crissy Field

This adventure was a lot like my quest to visit the pizza museum in Philadelphia: frustrating, long, disappointing.  However, it was not ultimately unsuccessful, not really anyway, and that’s what counts, right?

I had gotten it into my head that I had to walk to the Golden Gate Bridge since I didn’t have time to the first time I came to San Francisco for work 4 years ago.  I didn’t have time this trip either, but I couldn’t stand the thought of visiting the city twice without seeing its iconic bridge up close.

So I quickly hopped on a bus after work, and I congratulated myself for figuring out where to get off and only getting off one stop after the right one.

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Posted by on April 18, 2015 in Travel


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#619: The Lost Lectures

Every time someone asks me to name my favorite activity from this blog, I always say LoftOpera.  But I first went to that event almost a year ago, so I’ve been eager to replace it with a more recent phenomenon.  Luckily, The Lost Lectures came to New York last night, and I now have a new go-to “what’s the best thing you’ve done?” answer.

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Posted by on April 26, 2014 in NYC


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#267: Brooklyn Book Festival

See, this is something I never would have stumbled upon if I had an iPhone–or any sense of direction.  Because my friend was late to meet me somewhere in Brooklyn and I didn’t know where I was going since I didn’t have internet access, I just started walking, and found the festival.

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Posted by on September 24, 2012 in Books


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