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On my recent visit to France, my in-laws, who currently live there, took me to Monet’s house and garden in Giverny, which is located a couple of hours out of Paris. It was definitely the highlight of my trip to France. I’ve been meaning to blog about this since I got back, but was slightly […]

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On our recent visit to the SFMoMA, we stopped for a hot drink at the cafe on the terrace, which serves amazing Blue Bottle coffee. It also serves divine Recchiuti hot chocolate and incredible-looking art-themed desserts, which are not like anything I have ever come across. I didn’t feel compelled to actually have one – […]

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I think I have a slight obsessions with signs, which has been fueled by the weird and wonderful signage I have come across since moving to San Francisco. Here are three signs we saw on the same (very short) stretch of road in Marin on the way back from visiting the Marine Mammal Sanctuary a […]

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I started feeling really claustrophobic in the city in the weeks after coming back from London, the weather has been hot and the city was crowded due to Gay Pride Week, so Hub suggested we go to the Point Bonita Lighthouse in Marin for a weekend excursion. On our last visit, we arrived at 3.35pm – […]

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My parents have lived in the same mansion block flat (condo) in North West London since I was approximately 6 years old. Prior to moving to their current flat, they rented another flat across the street . The flats are beautiful, red-brick mansion blocks and are over 100 years old. Famous residents include the composer, […]

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There is a beautiful English Heritage stately home and garden close to my parents place in London, on the edge of Hampstead Heath called Kenwood House. The house, garden and heath are a haven of calm in the otherwise busy metropolis. Kenwood House was originally built in the early 17th century, but it was remodeled […]

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