on of my favorite spots in bar harbour. which unfortunately doesnt exist anymore.... was great. one side facing forrest and nature, the other one facing up the ocean. an old lodge inn from the 40´s in_the_deep_down_upstate_maine/new england.
sábado, 21 de julio de 2012
Are you looking for a place to go for a cocktail while being in London_Shoreditch? We suggest you to try the cocktails of Lounge Lovers. They are De_licious! The owners of Le Trois Garcons found this place just behind the restaurant and have become the best cocktail bar in the hood. In any of its distinct areas: the red art deco furnishings, the main (full of curious antiques), the Baroque and the VIP (literally a cell at the bar) you will feel in a movie. It would not be exaggerating to say that among its cocktail menu, in addition to more traditional, there are over fifty who are creating the bartenders own the house with the best liquors they have in their cellar. A spectacular place in which to enjoy well-made cocktails and great and discreet service. Probably you'll be as amazed as Madonna, who after discovering it, rented it to celebrate his birthday there. It fills from 10 p.m. LoungeLover, Cocktail Bar, 1 Whitby Street, London, E1 6JU.
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miércoles, 18 de julio de 2012
the starlite diner was the most amazing spot the small city of little rock had. like you could go there, have tons of coffee for nothing- wattery coffee, but the waitresses were so nice, how ´re you doing today missy? and sit with friends for hours, have somethin to eat, enjoy the neon and the wood, the red and blue everywhere and have sort of a break from the rest of the world. now is all changed. somebody bought it, changed the interior, new personal, and the food is now a bunch of grease. so is really really sad. places like starlite diner were an institution in cities like little rock. for all kind of age sectors. the youngster crowd could hang out with the older guys and all seemed to fit perfectly together in this tiny + unique universe.
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viernes, 13 de julio de 2012
We love writing and sending letters, touching the paper, folding the paper pieces into the envelope, going to the post, and sending them. We enjoy completely this whole process, more nowadays that all has become so virtual. Jamie Lee Byars was an american artist who used letters as part of her performances and actions. This heart shaped one was a letter that she sent to one of her main collectors in Brussels. We discovered it while organizing an exhibition in Haus der Kunst a while ago. I couldnt help making a photo of it since it was so beautiful! Just the thought of sending a huge amount of love and thankfulness to one of her main supporters in such a generous and modest way is pure elegance.
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