New York City for (Book) Lovers
If you like books. This is the hotel for books lover.
Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! Most years the Mr. and I celebrate quietly at home with a delicious home-cooked dinner, a nice bottle of wine, and maybe a movie. The comfort of home just sometimes can’t be beat. And honestly, while I do LOVE getting dressed up, going out to dinner, and the whole nine yards, […]
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Ways to HIDE MONEY when Traveling
Traveling has too much stress and fun. 🙂
If we know how to be happy and having fun with all those exciting things we are experience while traveling.
We can use these experiences how to hide MONEY. 🙂
Easy & Delicious Basil Pesto Recipe
The lazy days of summer are here and I’m often wondering what to make for dinner. It is great when I can pull out some homemade basil pesto from the freezer and make something delicious. I make this recipe quite a lot because my basil plant is growing like crazy. It takes about 10 minutes-that […]
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History of Mathematics
I’ve found a brilliant digital painting of some of the most important mathematicians in mathematics history. The link is for the original blog entry by the artist, where a full-size version can be viewed. It has a breakdown of who’s who underneath, with a short description of the accomplishments of each scientist. →THIS IS IT←
via History of Mathematics — All This Stuff in one Place
I always thinking to go to Lombard Street, but it has crooked streets so i was always so scared to go their. Lombard Street is very beautiful with good view we can admire so much. I found this video so wanted to share. 🙂
Sunday Evening Art Gallery
I think this is the good idea for creativity and healthy food.
Edgar Artis is an Armenian fashion illustrator who is using everyday objects and paper cutouts in order to complete his beautiful drawings. He draws women and in dresses them in something from the real world. Edgar uses flowers, feathers, burnt paper, fruit and all sorts of other materials to make beautiful dresses. His illustrations are full […]
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