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American Tour Guide Wanted - Help Yer Old Pal Chenzo Out

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by C H E N Z O, May 20, 2012.

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  1. C H E N Z O

    C H E N Z O Elite Member

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    Right troops, I am spreading my wings and coming over to invade your mighty country next thursday. I will be over for a month and am wanting some insider information about shite i should be doing and places i should be visiting.

    i know about all the usual tourist gash so im more interested in some off the beaten track stuff.

    my primary interest will probably be drinking, so good bars and club recommendations are welcome. im also interested in places to eat. any other shite i should go and see is also beneficial - non tourist attractions, points of interest and graff related areas.

    advice on how to avoid getting a cap popped in my ass is also welcome, cheers.

    places im needing info for:

    Boston, New York, Miami and Los Angeles.

    Thank you and goodnight, much love.
  2. Baron

    Baron Moderator

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    Try some American craft brews. It has come to my attention that, for the majority of Europeans, the only American beer they're exposed to is Bud, Coors and other shitty brands.

    Looking up at the buildings is a sure-fire way to out yourself as a tourist. Also, all of the places you're going are going to be crazy packed this time of year, just so you know.
  3. SkizeR

    SkizeR Member

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    for graff related spots your going to want to check out 5 points in NYC and Venice beachs legal walls in LA.
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  5. junkbox

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    I don't know all that much about Boston, somebody else could tell you better, but I've been there a couple times. As far as graffiti is concerned, theres a lot of tracks running through the city, and the tracksides have a lot of graffiti I've noticed.

    Like I said I haven't been around much, but Massachusetts Ave. in Cambridge is pretty cool, lots of bars I think. Theres a place called the Middle East where they do hip-hop shows, all kinds of shows I guess, its got a cool bar. Take the Red Line train to Central Square I think (someone could verify?).

    BTW I like the shot of City of God in your signatures, a favorite film. Good luck!