Let the pictures speak for themselves- Chihuly Garden and Glass (Seattle, Sights)

On my arrival to Seattle I walked from the King Street Amtrak Station to my friend’s office in downtown (about a 20 minute walk). We had lunch at Japonessa, which I would highly recommend. They have happy hour every day from opening until 6:30 PM (and then 10:00 PM to close). During that time their sushi rolls are […]

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PHOTO POST: A small taste of the art, party, and culture “feast/beast” that is Art Basel (Events, December)

This is going to be a hybrid photo post/blog post, but I am calling it a photo blog to let myself off the hook and not go super in-depth and detailed on the beast that is Art Basel. Partially that’s because I’m hardly an expert (as I will explain in a sec) and it’s pretty […]

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An appropriately “Miami”, classical rave- PULSE at the New World Symphony (concert, Events, Sights)

I had an awesome opportunity a few weekends ago to attend New World Symphony’s PULSE event through work, as well as a cocktail reception on New World’s roof before PULSE. I had been to the New World Symphony once before, but for a TEDx event. I hadn’t been to one of the Symphony’s performances or […]

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Finding some quiet and seclusion outdoors in Miami- Cauley Square Historic Railroad Village (Sights)

So I started this post awhile ago (try a month to the day) and am long overdue to finish it (along with some over posts), but I will keep the time references of the original draft- Last Saturday I came across a time lapse video of Norway. To state it mildly, it’s pretty freaking incredible! […]

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