This is a lovely place to go if you want to enjoy the beach. It's also beautiful when its not bathing season. Go check out these little beach houses in beautiful colors. Also make sure to go for a walk in the forrest just next to the beach. 
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A bite of history. A bite of Muffuletta!
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It may see like I have an affinity for dingy looking doorways leading to amazing spots, but it just so happens that another of the best bars in Vancouver is hidden behind such an entrance. The Narrow plays great music ranging from heavy metal, to hard rock, classic rock, grunge, 70’s soul and everything in between. The atmosphere is awesome. It is small, dark, VERY loud (due to the music), and the red walls are adorned by rows of deer antlers a glowing neon cross. It has a massive liquor selection too.
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One has to go the outskirts of Bergen to reach Sandviken Sjøbad (Sandviken Sea-bath), but its worth the travel as its location is in shelter for the wind as well as its free. In the perspective of a Landscape Architect its an interesting place with its level jumping and use of the materials, wood and concrete with the surrounding fells as a backdrop.
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Going out in Chueca, the gay neighborhood of Madrid and grab a beer in the bars around is fun. One of my favorite programs is going to tranvestite´s concerts there.
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Posted by Mia Porter
They describe themseleves as a 'village shop in the City' and sell everything 'typically english' you could dream of, from homemade scotch eggs to english meade, this tiny shop is the reason I cross the road early every morning, just to see what treats they've got in for the day.
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The Greenwich Observatory with its green laser beam can transfigure any night sky. If you decide to cross the Thames via the foot tunnel, make sure you look out for the green ray. You can be on one side of the meridian in a minute, and cross to the other side on the next, without even realising it.
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Ever since discovering this area around 6 years ago I still find it a nice area to go for a walk. Beginning at Paddington Basin with a mix of modern architecture which is fantastic to wonder around. Following the canal you go past a few restaurants and underneath a section of the A40 Westway before arriving at Little Venice and beyond.
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Old Hotels in Ciudad Vieja with little windows are the best for foreigners love stories. This particular hotel makes my mind go back to some Hotel Chevalier's scene. You can hear the people in the streets talking and passing through, little kids playing soccer. The beach is so near you can smell the river.
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From 4 am in the morning find the most beautiful and exotic flowers. 
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Just down the road from where I live is this Art Deco cinema where mainly locals go. Watching films and sitting in this old theatre really adds another level to the experience.
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The city’s old slaughterhouse, now an art centre. It’s a monumental project that somehow manages to survive the financial crisis. They organize interesting exhibitions, talks and other activities. The perfect excuse to go for a walk around the southern side of Madrid.
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Graphic and illustrative designer drawing inspiration from architecture and music.
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Mark Brown is a Video Artist, DJ, and Curator living and working in Baltimore, Maryland. He's spent the last decade inhabiting, running, and promoting some of Baltimore's finest underground venues and cultural events. As a video artist his work embraces the Internet as both gallery and medium, creating new works from the cracks, glitches, and fall-out of digital realities. He currently curates a weekly music video and art video series for Berlin based Network Awesome called 120 Megabytes.
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Artist & Designer, newcomer on citylikeyou, hello.  Let me think what things i may tell about Paris.
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Bosco Sodi is known for his richly textured, vividly colored large-scale paintings. Sodi has discovered an emotive power within the essential crudeness of the materials that he uses to execute his paintings. Focusing on material exploration, the creative gesture, and the spiritual connection between the artist and his work, Sodi seeks to transcend conceptual barriers. Sodi leaves many of his paintings untitled, with the intention of removing any predisposition or connection beyond the work’s immediate existence. The work itself becomes a memory and a relic symbolic of the artist’s conversation with the raw material that brought the painting into creation. Sodi’s influences range from l’art informel, looking to artists such as Antoni Tàpies and Jean Dubuffet, to master colorists such as Willem de Kooning, Mark Rothko, and the bright hues of his native heritage.
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Helmut Smits is multidisciplinary visual artist. Straightforward, critical and witty, Smits is a ceaseless producer of ideas that comment on society and situations in a frank and often humorous way.
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I am an illustrator, Seoul-native and currently based in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. I graduated from the University of Applied Sciences Mainz, Germany with a B.A. in Communication Design. 
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Emil Kozak is from a small town in Denmark, and was inspired to take on graphic design as a result of his life long passion for skateboarding. He began at an early age to develop his skills, inspired by skateboard-art and album covers. Growing up in Denmark, the long tradition of scandinavian functional minimalism, is inevitable and the result today is a unique artist with brilliant ideas running a studio, a clothing/surfing brand and exhibiting in art-galleries all over the world. He is motivated by a simple goal that resonates throughout his work: ”I hope that my work can remind us that imagination can defy gravity and bend time. It is our own responsibility to enjoy every second of the day. Nobody else can do that for us. Have fun, do what you love, love what you do. We might get thrown off this spinning ball of iron and mantle tomorrow.” He currently lives and works in Barcelona.
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Joe Hales is a London based graphic designer, whose work is underscored with an ongoing interest in the relationship between the form, function and content of print based media. This is reflected in projects spanning a diverse range of clients, where careful attention is paid to producing aesthetically relevant, clear and engaging typographic work. Recent projects include an artist monograph for Nicola Hicks (Elephant in association with Flowers Gallery), a series of exhibition catalogues for Bloomberg SPACE, a group exhibition catalogue for Royal Academy Schools, a visual identity for new community, educational and creative space Rabbits Road Institute and the visual design for the Longplayer app, a musical composition lasting 1000 years by Jem Finer. Joe is a design consultant for Falmouth University and teaches typography at The Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture, Kingston University, London. He is a founding member of collective The International Western whose work to date has concentrated on mechanisms of transmission, translation and transformation of information. Recent pieces include the recording of Four in the Wave (in Verfreundungseffekt Magazine Vol. I, London, 2013), and the site-specific performance and print edition Calling All (Over Time, Royal Museums Greenwich, London, 2014 and Chisenhale Dance Space, London, 2016).
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Matteo Fogale is a london-based designer specialised in furniture and product design as well as interiors, installations and strategic consultancy.
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I paint astronauts and, sometimes, dinosaurs.
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Illustrator working and living (mostly) in Vienna 
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Ahndraya Parlato is an artist currently based out of Rochester, NY, where she lives with her husband, photographer, Gregory Halpern, and cat-friend, Lucy.
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Cendrine is a french artist currently based in Aurillac France. She explores the possibilities of paper, fabric and wood mainly via drawings or mixed medias, and her imagery focuses on metamorphosis, natural and female or non-human realms , she also works with words for creating little tales and poems.  
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Maria Prieto Barea is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Vienna, Austria. Alongside her artistic and commercial work, Maria also co-owns three of Vienna’s best bars and recently started an illustrated cake blog (www.newcakesontheblock.com). When she needs a break from work and nightlife, she travels the world with a surf board.
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Ward Roberts was born in Australia, and after living abroad in Hong Kong for a number of years, he relocated to Melbourne in 1994. Ward graduated with distinction from RMIT university in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in photography.
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