Eurotrip, continued…

Hi! It has been so long since I’ve blogged (well about 5 days but feels like forever). Internet at the hotels in Europe has been spotty at best so I just haven’t had the chance. I’ve been having a wonderful time and taking tons of photos – I was in Amsterdam for a few days (lots of boats and bikes…
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a little more London

Happy Friday! The rest of the week has been perfect, with beautiful weather (though today it’s raining…I’m wearing rain boots & my trench and feeling like a Londoner) and a lot more sightseeing, shopping and eating. Some highlights have been the Karl Lagerfeld ‘Little Black Jacket’ exhibit, visiting the Victoria & Albert Museum, Portobello Market, and discovering Ottolenghi, an amazing…
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london via my iPhone (so far)

Hello! I’m writing to you from beautiful London. I tried to upload photos from my camera but it took FOREVER, though for some reason these ones from instagram are working so they’ll have to do. I’m here with a friend of mine and we’ve been having a blast, we’ve had tons of great food (so far my favorite was Cheyne…
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flower market

The other day my sister and I went down to the LA Flower Market, which is basically a huge warehouse/factory downtown just filled┬áto the brim with fresh, gorgeous, extremely well priced (i.e. not marked up 150% at Whole Foods) flowers. My sister needed flowers for an event, and I tagged along just for fun (and a huge bouquet of hydrangeas…
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Tacos! And a sunset

The other night we went down to Palisades Park, a walking/running path in Santa Monica with gorgeous views of the ocean and the pier to watch the sunset and take a little walk…and then we saw across the street that Blue Plate Taco was finally open, so we took a few blog pictures and then┬áran went to check out the…
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French Dip in Chinatown

Yesterday we headed down to Chinatown to do a bit of exploring. We rarely get downtown but when we couldn’t decide on anything specific to do, we figured we may as well check out a part of the city that we had never seen. Our first stop was Philippe, a famous deli (it’s over 100 years old) that is known…
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