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Where to Eat & What to See on the road?

Old 15th Jun 2019, 01:16
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Where to Eat & What to See on the road?

Does anyone know if there is a database or APP that pilots contribute to the best places and Eat, things to do, Bars, Attractions ETC...while on the road?

I use Tripadvisor but I find that most sites are not geared towards what a crew likes to do on the road.

Cheers in advance.
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Old 16th Jun 2019, 16:52
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Originally Posted by gskedgel View Post
Does anyone know if there is a database or APP that pilots contribute to the best places and Eat, things to do, Bars, Attractions ETC...while on the road?

I use Tripadvisor but I find that most sites are not geared towards what a crew likes to do on the road.

Cheers in advance.
Nice idea, we tried to setup something similar but crew (including me) couldn't be bothered to contribute!

Out of interest, what do crew like to do on the road?!
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Old 16th Jun 2019, 20:47
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Old 17th Jun 2019, 11:44
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Hello!

There have been conuntless attempts to establish such a website over the years. By internet communities such as this one, by individuals and by pilot magazines. Some vanished quickly, others exist but are hardly noticed. I think the user base is much to small and we have all too different tastes and interests. I see that every time we struggle to decide on what to eat and what to go see with just one other guy...
But hey, why not try it once again. I will be happy to contribute (just as I did in the past).

Regards
Max

NB: To my knowledge the most well established and longest running such site is the "100 Dollar Hamburger". But it cavers the United States only and they charge a (small) subscription fee: The One Hundred Dollar Hamburger
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