- Best chain diner: Zapiecek
- Best “milk bar”: Bar Mleczny pod Barbakanem
- Best food hall: Hala Gwardii
- Best hipster restaurant: Pyzy flaki gorace!
- Best park: Lazienki Krolewskie
- Best hotel in Old Town: Hotel Bristol
Warsaw is an uncrowded, clean, gentle Eastern European capital city.
It made an excellent first stop on my family’s Eastern European trip in August 2018.
These are my tips and favorites from a short visit.
To find these places, I used local tour guides, Foursquare city reviews, and guidebooks.
Big cities attract sharp, smart, entrepreneurial people.
Exactly the kind of people I like to meet.
On the night of 30th August 2018, I hosted a New Friends Cocktails and Icebreakers Party at Thompson’s Gallery in Marylebone, London.
Lots of sharp, smart, and entrepreneurial friends were made!
Enjoying one of my favorite activities – making new friends! At an art gallery in London
Hong Kong is an amazing place with some of the best food and experiences in the world. Here's my travel report!
These are my absolute favorite spots in Budapest:
- Baths: Szent Gellert and Szechenyi Thermal Bath
- Food: DOBRUMBA, Bors Gasztrobar, and Ket Szerecsen
I love this building. What a big white wide open space.
Museum Hack recently started giving tours at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles. Highly recommended!
Museum Hack Team in LA
Here’s a look at some of our tour guides and facilitators in Los Angeles:
I was here for four days over Aug/Sept 2017 and am now posting my notes in October 2017.
- Koh Tao is famous as a SCUBA diving island in the Gulf of Thailand.
- Koh Tao means “Turtle Island” because it was formerly inhabited by turtles.
How to get there from Bangkok: I flew into Koh Samui. This is the quickest and maybe most expensive way. I bought a boat ticket at the airport. (Lomprayah boat company, there are 2 or 3 fast ones) Free airport shuttle to the pier, and then 2 hours later I was at Koh Tao. The boat stopped at Koh Phagnan en route.
Me on the fast boat from Koh Samui to Koh Tao
This is what jet-lagged traveler dreams are made of: Cathay Pacific’s newest and largest airport lounge in Hong Kong, The Pier, has a dedicated tea house.
This teahouse is only open to Business and First Class airline passengers, but it begs the question: can I live here?