You may want to abandon your ambitious plans to explore every nook of Oslo when you enter this light filled penthouse. The wraparound terrace provides a 360 view of the city, meaning you can catch the sunrise and the sunset without ever leaving. When you do finally tear yourself away from the cozy terrace nook, wander to Colonel Mustard's for boardgames and brews before catching a local live band at Blå.
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Streets of the Blue Pearl 💙
Sunrise swing sessions right on our doorstep 👌have you ever seen a cooler swing than this?!
My face when I have too much to study and ready to be deported from Austria.
When can I get my Visa.
I like big butts 😍🙃... A dream came true at @conservenaturalforests a couple days ago! I always wanted to hang out with an elephant for a day. In the past, traveling through Thailand I got to see quite a lot of elephants... however, the conditions never seemed right. Sadly there is a lot of business made with tourists on the backs of elephants (literally). Conserve Natural Forest committed themselves to preserving the balance of the ecosystem and environment across the globe. This conservational site has a tree nursery, an organic farm and is a home to critically endangered tortoises, birds, and elephants.
We were able to interact with this lovely pregnant lady without chains and poky sticks! She was allowed to roam freely, enjoyed our bananas and took off when she pleased to. Visitors can only visit the elephant for 3 hours a day, the rest of the time they can learn about the reforestation project, eat delicious organic food and help planting trees.
A perfect day! 💚
I can't decide which was better - the decor or the brunch. Jk, it was definitely the brunch! 😋🥞☕ But wasn't this restaurant just made for the holidays?! 🎄 #brunch#stl#briochefrenchtoast
New York. It's truly one of the most vibrant cities I've ever visited, a melting pot of cultures and beliefs. It's a place of dreams, where wishes can come true, but it's one that's also experienced a lot of sadness. I heard about Monday's events with a heavy heart
Last week I went to the 9/11 memorial museum. It's hard to put into words the emotion associated with being somewhere that so many lost their lives. I've been to the battlefields of wars fought through Europe, where bright red flowers peek out amongst fields of headstones, many of which don't bear a name. In Vietnam I squeezed myself into tunnels so claustrophobic that they resembled nothing more than a tomb. At the Killing Fields of Cambodia I felt tiny and insignificant when confronted with 5000 faceless stares. All of those things are horrific, but turn on a TV today and history just seems to keep repeating
Apparently over a billion people watched the events of that day unfold on TV. On this site, where so many people lost their lives, you can feel their history in the air; the voices of their families are a living memorial. You can sense it under your feet, in the ground that bears witness to so much tragedy. The memorabilia of the museum is still the fabric of our lives - so many memories held in a single ticket stub, a swipe card from work, a red bandana. Even though it's only the echoes, you can feel the sorrow in your bones. Everywhere you look there's someone wiping away tears
As you exit into memorial plaza, One World Trade soars skywards. It's a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the determination of New York to build something beautiful from the ashes of tragedy
I don't have any answers to fix these tragedies. I don't know why some people wish others harm. I do know that sometimes a smile is the best thing someone will see all day, so today all I ask of you is that you do something kind ❤
When everyone else is in the 5:00 hustle and bustle... You can bet I will be brake checking it! I need a bumper sticker.
Soho. London at night (anytime after 4pm these days 😜) is spectacularly lit up for Christmas. I am told there is a bus route that I can take that will traverse most of the lights in London. Once I identify the route you can be sure I will be on it.
falling in love with yourself is as beautiful as any experience of love is. it's learning to laugh at all your awkward tendencies and smile at the quirky habits. it's learning for the many sides you have confident, crzy, shy, sexy, nerdy, angry, weird and all the rest of them. it's realizing that you're one of a kind and that you deserve to give the world the best person you can be. falling in love with yourself is being happy in your life and knowing that in this moment in time, you're beautiful simply because YOU'RE YOU 💛