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Scott M

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Start-up entrepreneur who has spent a lot of time on the road traveling for business.  Enjoys experiencing big cities and seeks culinary and cultural experiences that are not the common tourist destinations.  Lived in London and visits regularly as it is my favorite city in the world.  NYC is a close second.  If anyone needs culinary recs for London, Paris, NYC, Los Angeles, Orange County, CA and many others, I'm happy to help.  


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ANew York City: Best walkable hidden gems!

Walk the Bowery​ - more lighting stores than anywhere on the planet.  Amazing selection of lights, lamps, you name it.  Plus a bunch of restaurant supply stores if you're into that sort of thing.  Then you can go deeper into the Lower... See More


ACorona Del Mar (California): best food, breakfast, lunch and dinner

It's not in CDM, but the best breakfast in the area hands down is Plums Cafe + Catering​ close by in Costa Mesa.  Don't let the strip-mall looking location fool you.   See More


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

I lived in LA for a long time, and will tell you definitively to NOT live there for the year.  Of your 4 choices, LA has the least amount of culture and is horrible for social interaction unless you really know people, which takes time.  In short, unless you have a family... See More


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

I lived in LA for a long time, and will tell you definitively to NOT live there for the year.  Of your 4 choices, LA has the least amount of culture and is horrible for social interaction unless you really know people, which takes time.  In short, unless you have a family... See More


ABest hotels to stay at in New York City for a first time visitor

We would need to know the type of hotel you're looking for to answer that question (3 star, 4 star, 5 star?).  As a rule, I avoid Times Square like the plague.   See More


ALos Angeles: Best restaurant with an ocean view

General rule, the more attractive the view is, the less they care about food quality.  These days a few higher end places are bucking that trend but just be prepared that they'll be expensive.  Very expensive.  WP24​ in downtown LA is Wolfgang... See More


ALos Angeles: Best restaurant with an ocean view

General rule, the more attractive the view is, the less they care about food quality.  These days a few higher end places are bucking that trend but just be prepared that they'll be expensive.  Very expensive.  WP24​ in downtown LA is Wolfgang... See More


ALos Angeles: How much does it cost to rent a car in Los Angeles ? ( 4 days )

You generally need a car in LA.  Depending upon the season, there is a huge spread as to how much they will cost.  Most American auto insurance policies and good credit cards provide rental car insurance.  If you're international check with your credit card company... See More


ALondon: Heathrow terminal 2 to King's Cross

I personally think you're cutting it way too close because too many things can go wrong - flight delay, luggage carousel delay, customs delay, immigration delays, train delays, train line closures, and more.  But if it's not possible to change the Eurostar train... See More


ASanta Monica Blvd: Where should a tourist stay in LA (3 days)

Depending on how you wish to schedule your trip, you may wish to stay in a couple of different places.  Traffic is truly an issue, so you must account for the fact that you simply cannot drive from certain areas to others at certain times without wasting a good portion... See More


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