LIVING, TRAVEL | August 18, 2010

My New City Guides

city guides :: new feature on at home with kim vallee

Earlier tonight, I released a feature that we worked very hard to implement. I wish to thank Chris and Jerome for their great work.

I started dreaming about city guides for At Home with Kim Vallee a while ago. I could have done it with simple posts but I wanted a more structured set up. We achieved it with an home page for the entire section, a page dedicated to each city, a page for every guide and a page for every place covered in the city guides.

You can like, tweet, share and like on Facebook any guide or a place. Naturally, you can comment. Do not be afraid to suggest your favorite places or share your opinions.

So far, I wrote 4 guides covering 3 cities. I planned to extensively cover 9 cities. They are Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver in Canada. In the States, the city guides will cover New York, Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, possibly Austin and another city that I has not been selected yet. Your suggestions are welcome.

I invite you to have a look at my new city guides and then, to tell me what you think about this new feature.

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8 Responses to “My New City Guides”

  1. Introducing my new City Guides http://kim.tl/bpzQ11

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  2. Great Kim! Looking forward to reading them all! RT @KimVallee: Introducing my new City Guides http://kim.tl/bpzQ11

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  3. Must read: check out style diva @kimvallee ‘s new and evolving blog feature – My New City Guides http://kim.tl/bpzQ11 – loving the must-dos

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  4. Very nice feature, Kim. I would be remiss if I didn’t recommend my hometown of Chicago!

  5. Jen: Chicago is on the short list. Nice architecture. I have been there once and it was over 10 years ago.

  6. Have you read my post about my New City Guides? http://kim.tl/bpzQ11

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  7. My New City Guides:
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  8. Great feature. I recommend Portland, Oregon :)