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Julia Li

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ANew York City: Group of 25-30yr olds camping trip close to NYC

Check out the campground at Floyd Bennett Field​ which just opened a few years ago. It's close to the beach and there are hiking trails too, and the quiet hours don't start till 10pm. More details here: See More

QDurango: Climbing guide and accommodation recommendations!

I'm going to be in the Durango, CO, area this June (specifically Pagosa Springs) and want to do some climbing while I'm out there. Because I'll be solo and also don't know the area, I'll need to hire a guide -- anyone know anything about the company... See More

AUnited States: SFO, LA, or NY to study and live for a year

1) Not sure where you heard that Berkeley​ isn't safe, it totally is! I lived there for four years, that was almost 20 years ago and it's only gotten even safer since then. You're pretty likely to be able to find a studio in Berkeley (or nearby... See More

ANew York State: Scams and Crime in New York

You'll be fine! If you elaborate on what neighborhood you'll be staying in or what kind of activities you have in mind, people will be able to provide more details about what specific areas to avoid, but nyc is a really cleaned up place nowadays, and generally if... See More

ANew York City: Alternative places to eat in New York

A great spot for authentic, cheap, and delicious chinese food (hand-pulled noodles) is a place called Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodles Inc.​, on Doyers street in chinatown. It's appropriately small and dingy so definitely not fancy at all, but special in... See More

APortugal: Bus or train from Lisbon to Porto?

I used to find ride shares while I was traveling around southern spain & portugal. Cheaper, faster, and more enjoyable than either the bus or train. Go on the website and you'll see how it works--I had great experiences each time!  See More

ANew York City: Staten Island & staying in the Bronx

Yeah Staten Island is a snooze and only really worth a visit if you're here for a long period of time (and can spare a day) and want to just be able to say you've been to all five boroughs. I would say your best bet for somewhere to stay is Brooklyn​... See More

ANew York City: Art related places apart from museums?

A good friend of mine runs a blog where he posts all the best current gallery shows, both in Chelsea​ (traditional big name galleries) and the Lower East Side​ (up and coming galleries). He also does tours! A great resource: See More

ANew York City: What to see and do + restaurant ideas in NYC

After you walk across the bridge, take the granddaughters for a spin on Jane's Carousel​ if you don't think they're too old for that sort of thing--it's a beautifully restored vintage carousel that's gorgeous too look at no matter... See More

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