Another hidden cafe in freo, we were actually buying spices at @kakulas_sister_fremantle my husband waves at me from the other end of the shop tells me to come “you gotta see this” I rolled my eyes, I walked towards him and he said “you’re gonna love this, close your eyes” then he turned me around and said “ok open”! Wow! another door that leads you to a hidden cafe spot @leakestcafeteria Quiet spot lots of plants 🌱 I can’t get enough of these gorgeous cafes! Great place to sit read a book & enjoy a good cup of coffee ☕️ love love love Leake street cafe!
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Did you know that @justbobbibrown and her hubs opened up the cutest 32 room hotel in Montclair, New Jersey?
Neither did I until I saw it come through in an email newsletter from @designhunting. Of course it stopped me in my tracks because it was so cute.
Love the traditional, love the bespoke, love the nod to all things red and plaid. And if you flip to the next pic you will see the mini @smegusa fridge!
By the way...this is one of their suites.
So who is in😍? Double tap if you are!
📷 via @thegeorge_inn website
Are you coming to Thailand ? Join me as your host for 3 or 6 nights in Nai Harn Beach for our luxury active holiday. Why train, detox and stay in a dank villa, when you can do all of this in a 5 star beachfront hotel?? April still has some rooms available. Click the link above and I hope to see you there !
Old Stavanger, or #Straen, is known for its cobbled streets and cosy wooden houses built in the end of the 1700s and the beginning of the 1800s. But this historic area also represents a quite interesting story about early days urbanization in Fjord Norway.
Back then it was actually common to bring along your house when you moved from one place to another, and this is the case for several of the houses in #OldStavanger. Because they are logged in timber, the houses were relative easy to dismantle and bring along when moving. Habitually it was people from nearby Ryfylke district and the islands north of Stavanger who ventured into the city to find work during the large herring period. They would typically come over in their rowing boats - with their houses(!). Over the years the area has changed from seedy to trendy, and today is considered a choice location for the urban-minded with a sense of history.
#Norge by Arnold Lan.