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Noah Van Hochman
Worked at New Life Ventures, Inc
Attended Nova Southeastern University
Lives in Miami, FL
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Director of Special Projects
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  • New Life Ventures, Inc
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Miami, FL
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Noah Van Hochman's unique, nonstandard perspectives on life, the universe and dating are said to be due in part to the interesting cocktail of his massive intellect, boyish charm, fading good looks and of course, a colossal ego! With a philosophy and demeanor that seems to be more like equal parts Doctor Evil and the Dalai Lama, rather than an Adventurer with an MBA, his alcohol-induced opinions will surely entertain and inform those involved in new relationships and out in the modern dating world.

Noah writes and daydreams for the pure joy of transposing his thoughts to the written word. His adventures & dog Dusty are his escape (and a bottle of good Scotch won't hurt either)! Noah's entry in to the world of authorship has taken as many turns and detours as his travels. Having climbed high on the slopes of Mount Everest or exploring a sunken ship as a Dive Master in the Fabulous Florida Keys, there have been relatively few challenges that he won't take on with extreme enthusiasm, writing is no different, and no subject is beyond his ability to have an opinion. 

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Great food and excellent service. The atmosphere is fun and its a great place to bring the kids. A locals favorite but can get crowded on a friday night during football season!
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
What appears to be a converted gas station serves up some the best BBQ in the area. Great food and a very diverse group of customers makes this place a favorite of mine when visiting the Hill Country. Don't expect fancy dinning, just good old fashioned BBQ!
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
This Dickey's was not on par with others I have tried. Staff was indeifferent and they had none of what I requested at 6pm on a Friday evening. The food they did serve was a bit stale looking and meager portions. I like Dickey's...just not this one.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
I was very pleasantly surprised by this hotel. Rooms were well laid out, beds were comfortable as heck and the WiFi was easy to access and fast. I normally stay at the Sheraton or Westin but decided to scale down and was very happy I did! I spent less and got almost the same. The manager Ruby and the entire staff were very friendly and accomodating. It's near the airport and only a 10 minute drive to the Alamo and Riverwalk.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
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If you are looking for some grand tour and special effects, this is not it. But if you are interested in history and a supreme sacrifice for the greater good, this place can bring tears to your eyes. Take the time to read the descritpions of the exhibits and watch the short movie in the Long Barracks. I read a review from another person stating that they should have surrendered, obviously that person didn't take the time to understand the strategic importance of the Alamo and the delaying action it provided. History was made here and so was a large portion of the American SouthWest.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Very good food and courteous staff. I had the Hiker's Bennedict and loved it. The next day I had the Huveos Rancheros and was equally as happy. An upscale alternative to Denny's.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Its true! This is one of those places that needs to be experienced! You just never know what type of goodies you will find from Comanche Arrow heads to a stuffed Baboon! Ask to see the Texas Topaz if you want to be truly amazed!
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago