Yesterday, I had the pleasure of visiting the new @sheridanaustralia store that has just opened this weekend at Macquarie Centre! 🙌🏻✨ The store manager, Juiliette was so accommodating in helping me select a new bedcover and matching cushions to add texture and interest to my room. 😌💤 Stay tuned to see the finished product! 💪🏻🌟 #SheridanLife
Coffee time is the best time! Denn auf Reisen gibt es für mich nichts schöneres als die kleinen Pausen zwischendrin. Im Parunāsim in Riga, einem sehr gemütlichen kleinen Café neben den “3 Brüdern”, gibt es tollen Kaffee und Kuchen und eine urige Einrichtung. Solltet ihr euch nicht entgehen lassen, wenn ihr in der Nähe seid! ☕️
SORRY MY BAD I’ve been a slack motherflipping fool and haven’t been taking photos or writing the last few months. Instead I’ve taken some time to work on my health. This included an absolutely incredible trip up the west coast of Australia with my folks and @travelling.ash to get back to nature and spend some quality time with those I love most ❤️ Credit to my mumma for this incredible photo enjoying some sunshine at #shellbeach !
Just look at this.... This is so amazing... I was on my why i saw her and i sad.... Omg i must stop here. ...i can't go ....i must stop. .. She painted this in 4 hours.... So amazing.... Whit this picture wish you magical day all of you.... 😍😍👌🏻🦋🦋🦋🦋🦋🌸🌸🌼💐🌻🏵🌺❣♥♡
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Where have you been that you'd advise others to avoid?
My initial delight in Assisi was short-lived.
Perhaps my expectations are too high (will I ever eat as well as I did in Siena, again?) but after two bad and expensive meals in Assisi, a sleepless night in a hot and stuffy hotel room, and bad coffee this morning, can you blame me?
Maybe the day trippers know something I don't? Maybe a day is enough? Get in, look at the pretty buildings, don't eat or drink here, and get out. It doesn't feel like Italy. I've hardly heard anyone speaking Italian, it's lined with tacky tourist shops, and it's so hot, yet hardly anywhere has any kind of ventilation. And don't ask for directions. Even the people in the shops haven't been here long enough to help.
Tomorrow I'm able to get accommodation in Perugia again, and believe me, I'll be on the first train out of here.
Meanwhile, I'm off to find another place to stay tonight.
Saga Toriimoto is just on the western outskirts of Arashiyama and couldn’t be more opposite. Tranquil streets, no tourists and stunning natural scenery... definitely worth the 25 minute walk from Saga Arashiyama station