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San Francisco’s climate is mild throughout the year, so it’s fun to visit at any time. But if you’re into cheap, with good weather and great city events, May must be the best month. It's famous for the most monthly celebrations, including Cinco de Mayo, How Weird Street Faire, Bay to Breakers, and Carnaval at the end of the month.
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As Nietzsche might explain, the search for truth is really about the ‘will to power’ or the necessity of making “life-advancing, life-preserving, species-preserving,” often false judgments, in order to construct a view of reality that in essence allows us to survive it.
Once you’ve added your file, Google will generate a series of results according to various parameters, which you can guess at by examining the selections returned below. Foremost will be the colour palette, so our mysterious Victoriaville photo, which was desaturated and modified using an antique filter, generated images in the same range.
For me, its value is best described by the old adage: a picture is worth a thousand words... and it's why I now know my anonymous, iconic building to be the Grand Union Hotel, Victoriaville est. 1875, designed by the famed 19th century architect, Louis Caron. Set right beside a now defunct railroad, I can only imagine the action this place saw back in the day, when it must have been the swankiest inn in town.
Like virtual postcards transcribing different individual perspectives, travel article apps can be superimposed and shuffled, depending on your time and interests. You might follow a map in one area of a city simply because it surrounds your hotel, then choose a guide that is a little more specific and to your tastes. Bookstores and great coffee? There’s probably an app for that. It’s a great way to quickly get to know a place you’ll be returning to time and again or to throw a different light on familiar territory if boredom sets in.
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