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Aug 10th 2012 12:03PM Americans have a weird way of hyper-focusing on certain things, then the love affair ends. Now that most people have the attention span of a gnat, I expect the pork love affair (obsession as noted) will wane.
Cook and eat good food; the best you can afford sourced from the people that love what they do. That's how I try to roll..
Apr 4th 2010 2:29AM I feel so safe knowing these folks are on the case.
And by on the case I mean fail.
Mar 28th 2010 2:18PM Loves me some Prague beer drinkin'.
And this is coming from a West Coast Ale person. I could go there once a year.
In the US, San Diego has it all over just about any other city besides Portland, though.
Mar 28th 2010 1:51AM Heh, I have that same photo. Same location on 72nd and Broadway.
Jan 5th 2010 6:48PM Hope I helped a bit since I went for a few days in Sept.
Greatest city in the world, nothing like it.
Prague is the most beautiful place I've been. I think I had the most fun in Amsterdam. But I still get excited when it's time to hit NYC again.
Dec 19th 2009 9:12PM I always love that 6th sense.
The sense of entitlement...
Dec 16th 2009 11:47PM Such a wonderful city.
We were there when they set up the holiday stuff in 2006.
Just lovely, I would go back to Prague any time, it's amazing.
Dec 1st 2009 5:22PM A little research goes a long way before you travel somewhere.
This is why I tell people, study the damn map when you are going somewhere!!
And for more than just this reason. Google maps is your friend.
The first time I went to NYC, I called out a cabbie that tried to pad the fare a bit in Manhattan.
Nov 17th 2009 7:20PM I've been to Louisville only once (for the Lebowski Fest) but the short time that I was there and drove down to bourbon country, it was quite enjoyable. And very lovely.
I also recommend hitting both Jim Beam and Makers Mark. I liked the older parts of the city with the restored turn of the century homes. I cried at how reasonable they are comparable to the same house here in San Diego..
We flew into Nashville, stayed there a couple nights, they drove to Louisville and flew home from there. Nice trip. BTW, anyone making that trek, be sure to stop at Jimmy D's BBQ in Bowling Green, KY. That is some tasty pork.