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You can find us at http://redmaps.tumblr.com/ which is updated daily with travel recommendations for urban explorers. We’ll soon have all of the old WordPress posts migrated over to Tumblr, too, so please join us!

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Meatpacking District NYC Downloadable Map

The Meatpacking District in NYC is one of the busiest restaurant, bar and shopping scenes in the city.  Its charismatic 19th century buildings date from when this was the meat processing market for New York.  They give the area a perfect pedestrian … Continue reading

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Happy Fourth of July

Jasper Johns’ “Flags” and Fireworks from Carteret, New Jersey, 2011

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Paris Eiffel Tower – A Short Film from Red Maps

Today we’re launching our Red Maps travel videos with this short from filmmaker Ian Sklarsky.  In it, using the Red Map Paris, Ian takes you over the center of Paris and before you the Eiffel Tower appears.  As part of … Continue reading

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Style & Design We Like: Adele

Design and talent are obsessions here at Red Maps.  Whether one creates the perfect shop, cafe, automobile or painting, we’ll stop in our tracks to appreciate it.  Londoner Adele, simply put, can sing a song and tell a story. Here is … Continue reading

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Things To Do Milan

Preview and Buy the 2011 Red Map Milan

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Red Maps Blog 2010 in Review

The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Wow. Crunchy numbers A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. … Continue reading

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