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Posts da categoria: places
The Moscow Metro through the eyes of israeli photographer Tomer Ifrah. One of the most amazing places I have ever visited. Check out the pictures of my trip to Russia in 2011 here. :) ∴ info ∴ Tomer Ifrah website.
The japanese bookstore Utrecht through the lens of the amazing Chuck Kuan. By the way, I’m addicted to his tumblr and want to visit all the places he photographs. ∴ info ∴ Utrecht website. via mason jars or keys.
Great place, right? The Dollop Coffee & Tea is located in Chicago and all the branding, signage and interior design was created by Firebelly Design. If only there was one of those around here… ∴ info ∴ Dollop Coffee & Tea … Continue lendo
I already have a sure destination when visiting Melbourne, Australia: David’s Restaurant, specialized in authentic, countryside Shanghai cuisine. Great atmosphere, right? I even know what I’m going to eat: the Sticky Pork Belly & Chat Potatoes looks divine! :) ∴ info ∴ … Continue lendo
There is nothing better than coming back from a trip with a lot of new and cute things in the bag. I bought these soaps on my last trip to Buenos Aires – aren’t they too cute to use? I … Continue lendo
I took a mini-vacation last month and spent a week in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The goal? To relax and eat the amazing Buenos Aires cuisine! :) Many alfajores and a small accident later (with one stitch in my knee), I … Continue lendo
This amazing bird-apartment was designed by Nendo for the Ando Momofuku Center in Japan, a facility devoted to promoting and increasing access to nature activities. On one side, the treehouse has entrances to 78 nest spaces for birds. The other side has an … Continue lendo
The Love Padlocks represent a commitment, a tradition in which couples from all over the world symbolize their everlasting love. Do you have a Love Padlock somewhere? ♥ 1. Forever, by Esther Jung. Taken in Namsan Tower, Seoul. 2. Everlastinglove, by … Continue lendo
To enjoy the amazing winter days here in Rio (looks just like summer), there’s nothing better than watching the sunset at Urca*. #I♥RJ *Urca is a traditional neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro, with attractions such as the Sugar Loaf.