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Sergio Ponce de Leon

Sergio Ponce de Leon

PhD student in Cognitive & Information Sciences at UC Merced. Conducting research in consciousness & AI. Previously in Product & UX at PMA Consultants and UMSI.

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  • 85 Following
  • 72 Lists
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New York
8 Lists Created · 2 Tips
Brooklyn
7 Lists Created
San Francisco
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Venice
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Ann Arbor
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Vientiane
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Seoul
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Bogotá
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Berlin
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Sergio's Recent Lists
Sergio Ponce de Leon
6 places updated November 28, 2020
6 places including Wat Sisaket, Pha That Luang, Wat Xieng Khuan / Buddha Park, Haw Phra Kaew
Sergio Ponce de Leon
29 places updated November 11, 2021
29 places including Uluwatu Temple, La Brisa, The Lawn, Eastin Astha Resort Canggu
Sergio Ponce de Leon
18 places updated February 28, 2020
18 places including Nadodi Bar and Restaurant, Halab Arabic Cuisine, Batu Caves, Sin Sze Si Ya Temple (仙四师爷庙)
Sergio Ponce de Leon
8 places updated February 18, 2020
8 places including Sepilok Forest Edge, Sepilok Rainforest Discovery Centre, Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary, Mount Kinabalu
Sergio Ponce de Leon
5 places updated January 31, 2020
5 places including Kame Sushi, すし処 広川, BAR Juniper, Bar K
Sergio Ponce de Leon
7 places updated February 2, 2020
7 places including すし半, THE SG CLUB, Bar High Five, New York Grill
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    "Dancing downstairs."
    Sergio Ponce de LeonSergio Ponce de Leon · July 26, 2010
    Bar
    · New York, United States
    6.7
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    "All you can eat. Use a fork so that you don't fill up on the injera served on the side and instead eat the injera soaked in flavor underneath the food."
    Sergio Ponce de LeonSergio Ponce de Leon · July 26, 2010
    Ethiopian
    · Ann Arbor, United States
    7.7
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    "Must try the namesake slice, which uses a creamy artichoke-spinach sauce instead of tomato, but the Margherita and Sicilian are also very good. Have them cut in half so that they're easier to eat."
    Sergio Ponce de LeonSergio Ponce de Leon · January 18, 2010
    Pizza
    · New York, United States
    8.0