There is something in the New York air that makes sleep useless.
I’d like to share some shots taken this December during our trip to NOLA. It was my first Christmas spent at above freezing temperatures. Below are some of the things I liked and captured.
This seems fitting for the beginning of my favorite winter month.
This summer I’ve had the fortune to travel to two of the greatest cities in the world, Paris and NYC.
We visited the gardens in Portland on a rainy summer day. This meant we were the only people there, and I think this added to the charm of the place.
Colin Firth once said that when you’re reading a good book you see the world differently and you walk around in a bit of a haze, spellbound and looking at everything through a different prism.
Ok, they’re not really secret, more like less of a tourist trap and off the beaten track.
The Arab World Institute in the 5th arrondissement offers one of the best views of Paris, especially of Notre Dame and the bridges over the Seine.
I came across this cute little place on my way to work and after reading a little bit about it, I found out that kitsuné means little fox in Japanese.