Random – Kevin Rose and Tim Ferriss' Top 3 Travel Spots

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Random – China Episode 2 Part B from Glenn McElhose on Vimeo.

This is a continuation of the Random series. Past episodes include language learning, start-up advice, must-read books, and more.

In this episode, filmed on the roof of the Yin bar in Beijing, Kevin Rose and I (and a little bit of Glenn McElhose) discuss our top-3 favorite travel spots. Details include favorite areas, seasons, things to look for and, occasionally, things to look out for…

Let us know your favorite travel spot in the comments!

If someone were only there for one day, what are the 1-3 non-mainstream must-see or must-do picks?

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Elsewhere on the web:
Tim Ferriss on Twitter – real-time mischief
Tim Ferriss on Huffington Post – Vibram shoes and other oddities

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Posted on: December 10, 2009.

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157 comments on “Random – Kevin Rose and Tim Ferriss' Top 3 Travel Spots

  1. Great show guys!

    Talking about expensive cities – you shold visit Moscow.
    If you ever going to – hit me up, I’ll give you couple of advices and can show you around.

    Misha

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  2. Great places you named, I’ve been to all and I’m currently staying in BA for six months. I’m from southern Sweden, but moved to Stockholm a couple of years ago. Travelled all the world but I have to say, trying not to be to much bias, that Stockholm is probably my number one spot to live. So many great things; safe, beautiful with the water and landscaping, great food and nightlife, most beautiful women in the world and so on. Downside is the dark and cold winter, and it’s a bit pricy.

    Have you guys been?

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