Friday, November 9, 2012

Great Second Life Destinations: Silver King Grill, A Classic 1950's Diner

The Silver King Diner is a great virtualization of what the perfect 1950's Southern Californian diner would look like it it were really well designed and did not smell from fried hamburger grease. You can dance there too. I loved the graphics, and the chrome decorative items. A must-see destination if you like 1950's retro architecture.

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1 comment:

  1. Hi Eddi,

    This comment is pretty unrelated to this topic, but I read this post earlier and it made me think of a place that I haven't been to in SL in ages... Costa Rica. So I decided to pay those sims a visit today.

    When I got there, I was pretty sad to see that there wasn't much left of what was a beautiful place. I could only find a few scattered sims.

    I know that Giancarlo has been gone for awhile. I remember seeing pictures you had on your blog, once, of a tour that you and he went on of the sims. He did do a remarkable job creating that unique place. I have a lot of good memories from the time when I lived there. I think it was an important place, at one time, to the Second Life Gay Community.

    I can't find the costaricasims website anymore and I couldn't find any information about an official closing.

    It's kind of sad to see this place vanish without a whimper. I think it was once over 50 sims.

    There's no need to publish this comment. I just thought you might be interested.


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