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  • Treasure Island

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    Treasure Island, named after the novel by Robert Luis Stevenson, is a man-made “island” built for the Golden Gate International Exposition of 1939. Since then it has been used as a naval base, a center for film and television production and in recent years the venue for the Treasure

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  • Hudson Square

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    Bounded by the Hudson River, Soho, Tribeca and theWest Village, Hudson Square takes on a medley of characteristics from its surrounding nabes. It sharesSoho’s trendy vibe and low-rise architecture, but also totes an elegant splendor that Tribeca totes. Hot spots for visitors here include the NYC Fire Museum and

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  • JUNIUS HEIGHTS

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    Junius Heights wins the prize for being Dallas’ largest historic district. It’s obvious why residents take such pride in showing off their charming houses at the annual home tour—this nabe was named one of This Old House’s “Best Old House Neighborhoods of 2010.” Residents dwell in a diverse mix

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  • Claremont

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    Nestled in the hills to the east of Lakewood and Forest Hills, Claremont is neither glitzy nor gritty. Small homes from the 1950’s comprise much of this neighborhood. It’s also common to see unique paint jobs and bars on the windows of most Claremont homes. One thing’s certain: the

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  • Emerson Garden

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    Named for and characterized by a lovely park at its center, the neighborhood of Emerson Garden is a sweet respite from the rest of heavily traffickedBrookline Village. A mix of 2-3 family homes, mansions, and colonials surround the park where dog owners, ball tossers, and stroller pushers congregate daily.Technically

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  • Cleveland Circle

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    If you find yourself in Cleveland Circle, technically a part of Brighton, you’ll notice clean, good looking students scarfing cheap bar food and gulping bad tap beer. Could this possibly be a college nabe? It could indeed. The streets of Cleveland Circle host Boston College students living alongside single

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  • Denny Triangle

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    The Denny Triangle in central Seattle used to be a steep hill, but it was leveled in the early 1900’s. The area of The Denny Triangle is commonly misnamed for its trendier pocket nabe, Belltown. Incredibly urban in character, The Denny Triangle has been the subject of heavy change

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  • Hackensack River Waterfront , NJ

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    The Hackensack Riverfront, an increasingly scenic stretch of nabes along the water, is poised to burst with grand-scale development. It currently offers an almost-done greenway promenade that is planned to stretch from Bayonne to Secaucus, beautiful views across the river, and multiple transit options. Don’t be surprised if this

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  • Where To Go In 2018 – TRAVEL SLIDESHOW

    The start of a new year is an opportunity to revise our list of must-see destinations. Authenticity remains the most modern form of luxury travel, which makes 2018 a great year for the second city. These are the lesser-known cities in popular destinations—the smaller, more off-beat urban locales. They are …

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  • How To Couch Surf With Marian Schembari

    Do you want to travel but your budget won’t budge? Couchsurfing.org has your number. Founded in 2004 by Casey Fenton, the website is an international network that connects travelers with locals in over 230 countries and territories making it easy to get around, and couch surf, for cheap. We talked …

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