Hip Guide to the USA
Whether you come for a quick visit or cross-country tour, you will find a wealth of information about destinations from coast to coast. The Hip Guide to USA offers the highlights of the country, and contains many tips for making your stay here more rewarding.
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This small herb shop has been in business in Ocean Beach for almost 20 years. It moved to its new location on Bacon Street a few years ago.
In Harmony’s helpful and knowledgeable staff can assist you finding the right products for your needs. You can also order via the phone or fax.
In Harmony is a great place to find that unusual gift item or book that you’ve been looking for.
Here’s some info from their website:
In Harmony Herbs and Spices offers over 300 varieties of bulk medicinal herbs, spices and beverage teas, most… Continue reading
In general, Albuquerque is pretty non-descript, but Central Ave especially in the University of New Mexico is hippy-friendly. The hippy hangout is Winning’s coffee shop. The Peace and Justice is located nearby and has all the local info for events. La Montanita co-op, Peacecraft, Stella Blue (dead-head music club), The Guild Theater, a few head shops, bike shops, the big weekend flea market, music stores, alternative video (Alphaville), and Buffalo Exchange (kinda pricey for a thrift-store), are all right on Central. The downtown and University scenes are also right off Central.
A popular hippie town. Near the Tappanzee Bridge right on the Hudson. Much tie-dye clothing, organic health stores, yoga, antique and used book stores. Much art. Reputed as the home of Rosie O’Donald.
Situated at the intersection of the Susquehanna river and the top of the Chesapeake Bay, the self-proclaimed “Decoy Capitol of the World” was burned to the ground in 1812 and is now rich in American history and once lured many visitors to it’s famed horse racing track.
Today the old town has a very relaxed atmosphere and is home to many nice restaurants, coffee shops, old book stores antique shops, Bed and Breakfasts, and a natural products market. Oh, can’t I can’t leave out all the friendly open minded intellectuals that live here.
The lovely promanade adjacent to the lighthouse… Continue reading
Located in Monroe, Utah, Mystic Hot Springs is an unexpectedly layed back place to chill. The owners are old Dead Heads who stumbled in after the last concerts in Vegas in 1995. They have been collecting old cabins and school buses and coverting them into overnight lodging. They also have a music venue that attracts many nationally touring JamBands.