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TRAVEL DIARY :: SPOILED IN SONOMA

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Let’s be honest here – a trip to Sonoma is always a treat. But my most recent trip to wine country with Williams-Sonoma and Fortessa basically takes the cake for amazingness. We were totally spoiled from the second we arrived, and at the end of the night, we got to fall asleep in this heavenly moment at the Fairmont Sonoma! […]

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  1. Joyce

    As an obsessor of Williams-Sonoma, and a gal who has always wanted to get to Sonoma, I LOVE this post! Thank you for restaurant and hotel recommendations!

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TRAVEL DIARY :: JAMAICA PART II

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While our first stop on our Jamaica trip satiated my design cravings, the next stop – Mockingbird Hill in Port Antonio – fulfilled so much more. It was here that we spent the majority of the trip, swimming in waterfalls (!!!), soaking up sunshine on the beaches and tasting some of the most delicious food the island has to offer […]

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  1. Junjun

    Wow, these are some gorgeous photos! It looks like you had a fun time exploring the wonderful natural beauty and the rich culture Jamaica has to offer! Thank you for sharing! c:

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TRAVEL DIARY :: JAMAICA PART I

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This is the time of year where those of us up north definitely start thinking about where we’re going to escape to come winter. If you’re lucky enough, you’ve already got plans to hop a flight to warmer climates! Me? Well, I already did that about a month ago when one of my girlfriends and […]

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  1. Alexandra

    Amazing hotel, I like the red walls and the terrace and the pool, they are really nice.And of course, it’s Jamaica, I guess you’ve had a great time over there.

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WANDERLUST :: THE COOPER LOUNGE AT UNION STATION

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You may remember that about a month ago I was in Denver visiting the Sunset Idea House (see that post here, if you missed it!) and we were lucky enough to enjoy a brief stay at The Crawford Hotel in Union Station – a totally restored train station that now houses the hotel, restaurants, and more. […]

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WANDERLUST :: A BOUTIQUE HOTEL IN WARSAW

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In February I’ll be returning to Morocco for the second year to be a speaker at this workshop which you may remember me blogging about some time ago. The first time I went, it was a bit last-minute, so I didn’t prepare any other travel plans around the trip – just a quick week in Marrakech. But this […]

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  1. Jen

    You MUST visit Poland! On a backpacking trip with several friends 5 years ago, I’ll admit that Poland was the place on our itinerary that I was least excited about. It turned out to be my absolute favorite spot on the trip! (We visited Krakow). The countryside is breathtakingly beautiful, the food was fantastic (try their local style of moonshine if you’re feeling adventurous) and the local artisans do the most incredible wood carving. I picked up an absolutely stunning jewelry box there that is one of my favorite possessions. Have a great trip!

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  2. Bára

    I haven`t been to Warsaw, but visited Cracow and it is the most beautiful city. I am familiar with the local architecture and Cracow is exceptionally preserved and restored historical city. Oh, and if you decide to stop in Prague, I`d be delighted to show you around :o)

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  3. Agnes

    Beautiful hotel indeed.
    I was born and raised in Warsaw but have been living in Toronto for the last 20. There has been a lot of positive changes in my home country during that period. Keep in mind that for a very small country Poland has mountains, sea, large areas with lakes, a real desert (!) and anything in between. Over the last 1000 yeast it has been under occupation either in part or as a whole by many different nations. Talk about rich history and variety. A lot was destroyed during said wars and especially last 2 World Wars. Still it may not be as grand but lots to see in every way you turn. Hope you make it there:)) Agnes

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  4. Daniela Gheorghe from Feltballrug.com

    Simply beautiful and unique. This is how I find the pictures you shared… It’s incredible to think that in Poland one can find something like that. It seems so full of light and warm and to tell you the truth, this is quite the opposite of how I imagine Poland to be…:) Thanks a lot for sharing this post, I must admit that you raised my desire to go and visit Warsaw. :)
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  6. Kristine

    I went to Poland in 2013. It was fantastic. From Warsaw (I think name of hotel was Bristol) for modern Europe feel; to Sopot on Baltic (Mera Spa) for real R&R, small seaside town and the ocean; to Krakow for history and Wielezka (sp?) salt mine, Wawel Castle, WW2 sites including Schindlers factory.. It’s diverse and lovely and should be seen before it gets as pricey as the rest of Europe! We used a guide bartomeu@op.pl to see the most and get tickets without huge line ups.

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