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Re: Travel

Postby Rosenrot » Wed May 14, 2014 11:29 am

missrowan wrote:@rosenrot i'll be visiting oslo in june. any recommendations?


@missrowan Oh man I'm terrible at that. I barely remember the names of the places because my local friend brought me around and I was too engrossed in the sights. Definitely should visit the Akershus Castle and Fortress as well as Vigeland Sculpture Park. You can also walk up to the King's Castle and have a picnic by the park surrounding it. Everything's located very close to the city centre or a short tram/bus ride away.
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Re: Travel

Postby sknss » Wed May 14, 2014 3:05 pm

Trying to plan summer holidays. What are some cool and cheap places to visit in Europe?

So far the contenders are:

budapest vienna bratislava
bologna venice florence
barcelona and surrounding areas

If you've been there/have any other ideas I'd love to hear your thoughts.
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Re: Travel

Postby bhajz » Wed May 14, 2014 5:13 pm

I'll be in paris with my family this summer (4 of us) and was wondering if anyone who lives there or has travelled there has any recs on places to stay. Food recs are always welcome as well
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Re: Travel

Postby Rosenrot » Fri May 16, 2014 8:06 am

@missrowan, I was at Antwerp for a day and spent it visiting the designer boutiques and second hand stores. However I do think @syeknom is the best guy to give recs for this city.
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Re: Travel

Postby missrowan » Fri May 16, 2014 3:54 pm

@sknss, I've only been to Barcelona out of the places you mentioned, but I really loved it. Spanish food is awesome (mostly because I like paella) and there's craptons of culture (eg flamenca and cool looking outfits) and unbelievable architecture there (see: gaudi).

It has been a while since my trip there, but I remember that we got passes to the "bus turistic" which is a hop-on-hop-off kind of thing that makes loops around the city.

I haven't been to the surrounding areas of Barcelona but it's on the southern coast right? If it's anything like Vigo, which is a tiny fishing town on the northern coast of Spain, then it's picture-perfect idyllic, people take siestas and eat dinner at 10pm, and everything is just relaxing and slow-paced. Top place for sure.

Out of interest, what is making you consider Vienna? I'm going to Vienna this summer and I'd love to hear what's drawing you so I can factor it into my planning.

@syeknom, any recommendations for antwerp?
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Re: Travel

Postby Syeknom » Sat May 17, 2014 2:27 am

missrowan wrote:@syeknom, any recommendations for antwerp?


Can't give any real recommendations for food/nightlife because I always catch an evening train home from Antwerp. Went out there at night once or twice with friends but didn't pay attention to the names of the places.

The Wasbar is quite cool, especially if you need to do laundry while having a drink.

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The Kulminator is meant to be very good if you into beer. De Vagant for a Jenever experience. Het Elfde Gebod is worth looking in - a bar filled with hundreds upon hundreds of religious statues and icons. Surreal.

Good clubs and that in the north district. More laid-back nightlife in the south.

Lots of nicer places to eat away from the central touristy parts and down south which is a much hipper area - lots of museums, shops and bars too.

For shopping you're spoiled for choice and should definitely get off the Meir (main shopping street) and into the fashion district surrounding Nationalestraat. Go check out Dries Van Noten (his flagship Het Modepaleis), Stephan Schneider, Morrison, APC, COS, Acne, Fillipa K, Renaissance, RA (appointment only), Ann Demeulemeester (a little out of the way but such a beautiful store and so many pretty clothes) etc.

If you want cheap second hand designer gear definitely get to Rosier 41 and Labels Inc on Rosier and Aalmoezenierstraat (next to each other). Mad bargains to be had there and it's fun to browse even if you don't buy.

In terms of touristy stuff definitely go walk along the harbour, head on up to the MAS museum (Museum aan de Stroom) where you can apparently go up to the roof and have a gorgeous view of the city

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Grote Markt and Groenplats are obvious places to see too. I'd also highly recommend the Modemuseum (fashion museum) which has displays from the famous (and less famous) graduates of the Academy.
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Re: Travel

Postby drawes » Mon May 19, 2014 4:02 am

After a long amount of anticipation, I leave for London at the end of the week. I'll be at Regent's College until the end of June, and I need some recommendations. Food? places to go? All of that stuff.

Also I'll be in Paris for one weekend, and I have another weekend set aside to travel somewhere in England, where should I go?
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Re: Travel

Postby raags » Tue May 20, 2014 10:36 am

bhajz wrote:I'll be in paris with my family this summer (4 of us) and was wondering if anyone who lives there or has travelled there has any recs on places to stay. Food recs are always welcome as well


This is by Fuuma from Styleforum.

I'm assuming you mean clothes shopping:
-Le bon marché (best department store, the bookstore and food dept are also good)
-L'éclaireur rue Hérold and Malher (avant-garde & designer)
-Frenchtrotters (heritage/workwear)
-Pigalle if you wanna see the "french Supreme"
-Massaro to visit a bespoke shoemaker atelier and see the haute couture creations made for Chanel)
-RA (avant-garde)
-Do the luxury shopping walk: start on rue saint-honoré and go up to faubourg saint-honoré. You’ll see Colette, Hermès, Lanvin, YSL, watches etc + it is a nice walk.

Fashion week hangout (so in Le Marais) :
-Café Charlot or Le Progrès. Food is decent at Charlot but that's about it.
-Stolly’s (anglo bar but a certain clique of fashion peeps and rockers hangs out there)
-Really good coffee in Paris (American-San-Francisco style hipster coffee shop): Cafothèque. It is near the Maison Européenne de la photographie if you wanna see the David Lynch photo expo.

Fashion parties/clubs:
-People will go to: Le Silencio, Le Baron, Le Montana

Food
If you want to eat boeuf Bourguignon at 4 in the morning Chez Denise is a traditional eatery in Les Halles open 24 hours. Good hearty French food where night workers used to have a meal. Cheap for what it is and you won’t finish your plate.
Le colimaçon (http://www.lafourchette.com/2_restauran ... con/10930/) is a good tradish French eatery in Le Marais
-Macarons: go to Ladurée and get the lemon pie. It’s a corny, touristy place (although high-end) but I’m not a dessert person and I love the pie. Another good sweets place is Sadaharu Aoki. There’s also Pain de sucre in Le Marais
-Oysters: Huîtrerie Régis in the 6th
-There is also a good one at Metro Place Monge in the 5th with a place that sells urchins nearby.
-La cantine Vietnamienne (http://www.tripadvisor.fr/ShowUserRevie ... rance.html) is a cheap viet in le quartier Latin that I like, there are a lot of cheap restaurants around so you should to to place Monge, check out la Cantine then maybe the market, it’s all within a 5 minute walk.
-Another good place in the 5th: la fourmi ailée, 8 rue Fouarre close to the garden of Saint Julien le Pauvre church (oldest and only remaining romanesque church in Paris if I remember correctly, apparently the oldest tree in Paris is also in that garden. it's right next to the shakespeare & co bookstore).
-La maison des 3 thés in the 5th is also a super good teahouse
-A hype place for burgers: Hôtel Amour, ok if you’re taking someone out.
-Breakfast in America in le Marais is good for American food, you sometimes have to wait
-Have couscous at Chez Omar in Le Marais or go to the hipster area near Metro Poissonnière to eat at La Fidélité or chez Jeanette.



Books:
-Go to Karl Lagerfeld’s bookstore (7L) in the 6th, lots of good artbooks and mags and English-friendly. There are good bookstores in Paris but they mainly cater to French speakers, this one is international.
-Shakespeare & Co is the classic English bookstore
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Re: Travel

Postby lee3jm » Wed May 21, 2014 1:27 pm

Embarking on a 3 week road trip today! Starting from Virginia, going down through Tennessee, seeing some hot springs in Arkansas, New Mexico, the Grand Canyon, Zion National Park, Vegas, LA, and back up/east through San Francisco, Yosemite, Utah and Denver. Then going back down to Tennessee for Bonnaroo and then back to VA. Too excited!
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Re: Travel

Postby pk! » Thu May 22, 2014 1:20 am

@donut_milk where and why did you visit Kentucky? I'm mostly from and am currently based out of Louisville, but you probably know how different that is from just "Kentucky".

Though the part that's pretty funny is that I'm leaving Louisville soon, and after a short tenure in Minnesota to play some gigs and a festival, heading to CA. Specifically Xanadu.

I stayed in Xanadu a bit last autumn, but I was mostly wrapped up and didn't have time to explore much, anyone have any cool spots to check out? Berkeley specifically, but it's not like its hard to walk/bike/bus anywhere else around too.
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Re: Travel

Postby donut_milk » Thu May 22, 2014 12:11 pm

@pk! I went to KY for my bf's brother's college graduation at EKU. It was a short, weekend trip.

Hmm..well, I'm not from or living in Xanadu, though I've been a few times. I can't really say what you should check out but try reading up some spots on SFist, Yelp, Urbanspoon, etc. When I went to Berkley for a show I only stayed around the campus and didn't have time myself to explore but you should definitely check out Amoeba Records; there's one here in Southern CA as well.
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Re: Travel

Postby fun_yunchables » Thu May 22, 2014 9:21 pm

@pk!

pk! wrote:@donut_milk where and why did you visit Kentucky? I'm mostly from and am currently based out of Louisville, but you probably know how different that is from just "Kentucky".

Though the part that's pretty funny is that I'm leaving Louisville soon, and after a short tenure in Minnesota to play some gigs and a festival, heading to CA. Specifically Xanadu.

I stayed in Xanadu a bit last autumn, but I was mostly wrapped up and didn't have time to explore much, anyone have any cool spots to check out? Berkeley specifically, but it's not like its hard to walk/bike/bus anywhere else around too.


there's a lot to see in berkeley if not all of bay area! (well, east bay + the city, the rest can be a little boring)

berkeley in specific:
bows & arrows (cool sneaker shop w/ vans vault & stuff)
510 skateboarding (arguably the center of the east bay skate scene if you like skating. also has a lot of limited nike sb releases)
cheeseboard pizza (i think this has fallen off a bit but if there's a berkeley thing, its getting a slice or two here and sitting on the road median)
gregoire has a great ever-changing seasonal lunch menu. great for picnics!
philz coffee & guerilla cafe: i dont really subscribe to much to the philz philosophy of coffee anymore but they still do decent chemex. over summer their iced mint mojito coffee is killer. guerilla cafe is right next door which serves blue bottle espresso. baristas are nice there too.
chez panisse: imo really the center of californian cuisine. opened by alice waters, who champions the whole organic/fresh/seasonal movement. they serve a weekly prix fixe menu, but the stuff on it is usually very creative & excellent (ofc seasonal too). if you can try to get a reservation here, it's tasty :D
sushi california: this is a great little hole in the wall that i kinda like. there's usually a guitar player in the evening who plays really pleasing ambient music.
bay trail: technically this goes up and down the east bay but it's a great jog/bike ride place. i love it

city:
maas & stacks, MAC, azalea, acrimony, aether: all around the same place at haight, worth checking out just for the store design imo (also if you wanna cop some jawnz)
unionmade, darkside initiative: unionmade is in mission right next to dolores park. this is more like heritage stuff if thats what you like (think aldens & stuff). darkside initiative is a cool streetwear shop that stocks wtaps, nbhd, acronym, maiden noir & some other cool brands
blue bottle, ritual, sightglass, four barrel: coffee places in the city worth checking out. blue bottle does good espresso (pour over not so much imo). Pour overs at ritual, sightglass, and four barrel are really good.
muji: in soma. if you love great design, muji is an amazing place. not only for clothes, but great stationery & housewares
super duper burger: great fast food style burger. super duper burger w/ the fried egg is killer
tartine bakery: in mission. famous bakery, lines get kinda long.
ike's place: great sandwiches, kinda pricey (like 10+) but worth it imo. kinda messy though
papalote: mission burritos. yeah.
smuggler's cove: cool themed rum bar, lines are kinda long on friday & saturday (place is kinda small) but the decor is amazing
umami burger: i guess if you haven't had this before its probably worth a try. i know it's a chain but idk where else they have deployed outside of california

some other random stuff:
orenchi ramen: this is definitely one of the best ramen places in the bay. it's down in santa clara which is kinda a pain to get to without a car, but its really good. GO EARLY if you do, like half an hour before they open for dinner service. By the time they open the waitlist is already like ~1hr long.
muir woods: beautiful place, definitely worth a visit

oakland:
oakland's actually developed a lot over the past year so idk what's new around there. but it should be pretty good i feel. i think it's still around but the art murmur on first friday of every month is an excellent event and i would recommend you to go if possible.

there's so much i totally forgot a lot lol but this is a pretty large list so idk.
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Re: Travel

Postby brlmski » Fri May 23, 2014 12:20 am

Going to Zhuhai, Macau, Hongkong, Shenzheng, and Guangzhou. Any cool things I should deffo check out? I bought tickets to dialogue-in-the-dark, a museum with a really cool concept.
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Re: Travel

Postby missrowan » Fri May 23, 2014 1:29 am

@pk!: to add onto lunchable's list... He isn't much of a drinker but if you are, some options in sf are: muka (wine bar), Virgil's sea room (cool bar, nice backyard), fig & thistle (low key, one of my favourites) and biergarten right around the corner. Those are less sight-y than the cove, for example. But they're nice just to hang out in.

Also worth mentioning is night life at the academy of sciences. They basically open the exhibits/museums the first Thursday of every month and also sell drinks. Science and alcohol?? Can't go wrong. Somewhat similar, but Oakland art murmur happens every first Friday and it's when a bunch of art galleries in the same area do open houses and also serve drinks.

On the topic of Oakland, cafe von kleef does a killer grapefruit drink (it's a bar despite its deceptive name). My favourite food place in the area is Kingston 11, a Jamaican restaurant in Oakland. Right next to it is rock paper scissors collective, an art collective that holds various open art classes and also sells assorted art, crafts, clothes, general knick knacks, some of which are made by their students. I especially like their zine library upstairs, cozy little place with a couch perfect for reading poetry while twirling your hipster moustache.

More food places: slow and belli osteri in the Berkeley area (slow has a pretty cute backyard rose garden), and La Note for brunch. Farther down in rockridge area you'll find ici and Tara's for ice cream. Personally a fan of Tara's but ici always draws a crowd. If you keep going down college there's a brunch place called bourbon and beef that has bottomless mimosas every day. Never been, but it sounds sweet af. Kirala is a Japanese grill restaurant that tops my list as well.

Also acme bread down on San Pablo makes me feel like I died and went to bread heaven. Just saying.

Oh, and I guess I should mention ruby skye, if you're into that kind of thing. I've also gone to pretty good shows at the mezzanine and the great american.
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Re: Travel

Postby popcorn » Fri May 23, 2014 5:41 pm

Very excited to be going to Denmark for a few weeks this June, how is the climate at that time of year and what do you guys recommend (that isn't the Norse Store) in Copenhagen? I'm open to all kinds of advice, I'm spending more time there than I know what to do, and I want to fish around with a lot of options. (smiling)

Also spending a week in NYC immediately before that, so recommendations are of course lovely but I have no idea where I'll be staying or what I want to see above all. I'd love to just fish around and try my hands on all the designers I can think of.
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Re: Travel

Postby parastexis » Fri May 23, 2014 6:37 pm

ryan_firecrotch wrote:Very excited to be going to Denmark for a few weeks this June, how is the climate at that time of year and what do you guys recommend (that isn't the Norse Store) in Copenhagen? I'm open to all kinds of advice, I'm spending more time there than I know what to do, and I want to fish around with a lot of options. (smiling)


Storm is the best store in Copenhagen. Nag store and Henrik Vibskov are also quite nice, and there are plenty of good consignment/second hand shops. You also have places like Wood Wood, Han Kjobenhavn and Acne.

Christiania is unreal and worth spending time day and night in. You can get the same sort of jizz in a nightlife setting (minus the tourists) at Candy Factory (Bolsjefabrikken), which I really enjoyed. The Meatpacking district has great nightlife if you like clubs, or Norrebro for bars if you're trying to talk to people. Also rent a bike (smiling)
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Re: Travel

Postby popcorn » Fri May 23, 2014 6:41 pm

@pk!

If you're in the Berkeley area you'll more than likely find something to enjoy on Telegraph Ave, Oakland. Telegraph is colossal, pretty much the Aorta of Oakland. Aside from retailers, there's a renowed tremendous book store called Moe's Books and a really cool two floor thrift store called Mars (it's foggy, but I believe that's what the business cards say) - prices are rational and wares are kept above a good line. This is also the road Bow & Arrows is on, and upper playground if streetwear is your thing, they're a pretty big streetwear icon for Xanadu.

My favorite part of Telegraph is a little alley called Temescal, there's a menswear store called Standard & Strange that stocks RgT, Blue Blue Japan, Naked & Famous, etc., a really cool book store the size of my bedroom, a plant store that makes me wish I knew what succulent even means, and so many more holes in the wall worth peering in.
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Re: Travel

Postby lee3jm » Wed Jun 04, 2014 5:30 am

Anything to do late night in san Francisco/bay are for people under 21? Also, if anyone is down to chill/be my guide ill be around thru Thursday. Also, gonna be in Denver Saturday and Chicago Sunday night and Monday. What's good with those places? Anywhere I could crash in Chicago potentially.
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Re: Travel

Postby chadnik » Thu Jun 05, 2014 12:29 am

Going to be in Arlington, TX for two weeks soon, and will probably go to Dallas for a day. Any recs, especially for museums/galleries, new and vintage jawns, neighborhoods to walk around, and/or vegetarian food?
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Re: Travel

Postby ballast » Thu Jun 05, 2014 1:16 pm

Re:Bay Area/San Francisco. It's First Friday this week in Oakland and SF. This is traditionally an art gallery opening/party at nights, but has devolved into a big party in certain neighbourhoods. Art galleries will still be showing though, so you could take a look.

http://northbeachfirstfridays.com/
http://sf.funcheap.com/
http://www.oaklandfirstfridays.org/

e:woops, realized you're not going to be here friday. my bad.
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Re: Travel

Postby popcorn » Mon Jun 09, 2014 9:16 pm

Is it weird for me to bring this thread back from past the first page? I'm new here.

Anyway, I'm getting some plans down for NYC! I'm holding the most beautiful tickets of my life, round trip JFK (NYC) -> Copenhagen.

The places I really, really want to see are:
  • Comme Des Garcon Chelsea Street,
  • Odin NY,
  • an Acne Studios,
  • an Opening Ceremony.
Places I'm prospecting:
  • Todd Snyder City Gym
  • Any Rick Owens Boutique
  • Gentry NYC

Any recommendations in the same vein? I'd love to add more cool retailers to the list.
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Re: Travel

Postby vgtbls » Wed Jun 11, 2014 4:52 pm

Does anybody have a good resource for finding out how the hell phones work in Europe? I have a Verizon Galaxy S3.

I'm traveling to:
Ireland (south and north)
Brussels
Berlin
Istanbul

Any suggestions for things to see in those cities is also much appreciated. (smiling)
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Re: Travel

Postby sid3000 » Wed Jun 11, 2014 5:18 pm

@vgtbls most of those places have their own service providers that only have domestic coverage, unless you want to pay out the butt for roaming. I would say youre better off mooching wifi at whatever cafe you run into when youre out, or at your hotel. Even if you put your phone in airplane mode, gps will still work for any given maps app and thats good enough for getting your bearings. If you absolutely need mobile internet, some airports have sim cards in like, vending machines. Expect to pay $20-35 for one, but they usually come with unlimited everything for a couple weeks. I think galaxy's come unlocked, but double check.
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Re: Travel

Postby donut_milk » Wed Jun 11, 2014 5:32 pm

@vgtbls

Like what sid3000 said you need to check with Verizon and see if your phone can be unlocked. If it can they will unlock it for international use. Also, check to see if your S3 has a SIM card slot. If that's the case all you need to do when you get to Europe is buy a SIM card from the airport, switch it out with your Verizon one (and keep it safe for when you return) and there ya go...you can use your phone overseas.

Since Verison is CDMA it won't work without a GSM/SIM card slot unless you want to pay extra for international roaming (and it's really expensive). Otherwise just use Wifi wherever you go if your phone isn't capable of overseas use. And don't forget to turn off ALL ROAMING or your gonna get charged a shitload (think thousands) when you return.
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Re: Travel

Postby vgtbls » Wed Jun 11, 2014 5:49 pm

I'm not worried about mobile data, and I do have a SIM slot. So there shouldn't be any problems just buying a local sim card for voice/text emergencies? In the settings I'm able to set "Preferred Network Mode" to "Global".
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Re: Travel

Postby popcorn » Sat Jun 14, 2014 9:19 pm

I'm not as hyped as I should be for Denmark, so give me some easy things to do that aren't fashion

  • What are the most European things I can get in a grocery store?
  • Do ALL towns have a place to grab some wine gums?
  • Does anybody here know about Odense and want to talk about it w/ me?
  • Any requests for places in Copenhagen you guys want to know about? If you were going to Copenhagen where would you go SECOND?
    goofninja edit: Design museum sounds ace, if I go I'll try and put images from it in at least this thread
  • How to talk to European girls
  • Give me some pics of Danish girls
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Re: Travel

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Re: Travel

Postby alby » Sun Jun 15, 2014 4:09 pm

Leaving for Costa Rica today with @tomsfood. This is the first time I'm leaving the country. We're going with a few classmates for 9 days. Super stoked. Just finished packing and everything. Will be sure to post pictures when we return.
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Re: Travel

Postby vgtbls » Sun Jun 15, 2014 4:11 pm

Enjoy, it's a very beautiful country. I hope you get to see some sloths!
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Re: Travel

Postby sknss » Sun Jun 22, 2014 4:16 pm

What to do in Belgium? @rublev
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