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Paul Steckler

Redmond (Washington)


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Working on a startup (remote-only, life is too short for offices)

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AZurich: Things to do in Zurich and Murren that aren't enormously expensive?

A few things to do in Zurich that are cheap: Go walking on the Uetliberg, the big mountain to the west. There are trails all over and the view from the top is lovely. There are tree carvings in the forest. You can make this more expensive by eating in the restaurants... See More

ASeattle: Where should a nature lover explore in Seattle?

Mount Rainier‚Äč is stunning. You can get to Sunrise in ~2 hours. Paradise is closer to 3 hours. Both are simply world class and worth the drive if the weather is good; if the weather is bad it's a long drive to see clouds, skip it. Taking a ferry... See More

AParis: What are the dos and don'ts when it's raining in Paris?

Unlike in Seattle, umbrellas are often used in Paris. Having a small foldable version is a wise decision at this time of year. Paris is wonderful in the rain and cold. Two tips: Make use of the Metro. When the rain pours down get underground and go to the next place... See More

AEurope: 2 Week Backpacking Trip to Europe in December- doable with just a carry on?

Absolutely! We've traveled in Europe for up to three weeks (with two small kids) with carry-on bags. We had a convertible setup i.e. could be a roller bag but also had straps to make it a backpack. There are some excellent choices available for bags but frankly it doesn't... See More

QSanta Cruz: Are there any good restaurants in Santa Cruz?

I spend a fair amount of time visiting Santa Cruz. Given the local farms, wineries, and culture I'm always surprised by how *bad* the restaurants are. Are there any great ones? I'm not after a view as those are all over Santa Cruz but looking for really good food.... See More

AWhen choosing accommodations, what matters most? Price? View? Cleanliness?

It's a balancing act but for me: Location. There is nothing worse than finding out that your "beach" rental requires driving or that your city apartment is actually in the middle of nowhere and you wind up spending vacation commuting. Cleanliness. A place... See More

ATop In Flight Tips?

There are great answers already in this thread but the one simple tip I use: bring a lacrosse ball. My legs and back can get tight or cramped on a plane. While I get up, walk, and stretch a long flight can be miserable. A lacrosse ball is a small, hard, rubber ball. They... See More

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