Here are a few photos from my clients stay at @amangani 😍 @stylesouffle had me crying with laughter through her text updates during the trip...😂 be sure and check out her blog if you’re not already following along and let me know if you want to plan your trip out West! #amangani #yellowstone#jacksonhole
24 anni 🎂 ... e sono iniziati nel miglior modo possibile. Ciascuna persona taggata in questa foto ha contribuito a renderli speciali ♥️ vi ringrazio, per esser stati presenti e più che altro per far parte della mia vita. Vi voglio bene (chi più chi meno 😂)
Today I received such a blessing to my entire taste buds! Thank you lord for your continued grace while guiding my steps to the most amazing desserts in Saigon. You just don't understand how all the elements in this cheese cake worked together. True blessings for real.
We adore Villa Cora, a beautiful XIX-century villa, set in a park just outside #Florence. So excited for our #honeymooners to experience this lovely escape while they explore Florence & #Tuscany! || #craftyournextescape
Beside the Sumida River are two of Tokyo's iconic landmarks: The Asahi Beer Hall and the Tokyo Sky Tree. The Asahi Beer Hall, one of the buildings of the Asahi Breweries, is also known as Super Dry Hall or Flame d'Or. Designed by French designer Philippe Starck, it was completed in 1989. The shape of the building is that of a beer glass, designed to complement the neighboring golden beer mug-shaped building housing the Asahi Breweries offices. It is noted for the Asahi Flame, an enormous golden structure at the top, said to represent both the 'burning heart of Asahi beer' and a frothy head. The Asahi Flame is often colloquially referred to as "the golden turd" (kin no unko). Kin no unko (金のうんこ) or "golden poo" is a symbol of good luck, as the name is a pun meaning "golden poo" and "good luck" in Japanese. The Asahi Beer Hall itself is fondly known as "poo building" (unko-biru, うんこビル) by many Tokyo residents.