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Las Angeles is filled with beauty and angels for sure. There’s also quite alot of traffic. I wanted to share these finds:

Gjusta is delicious- comparable to Tartine Bakery in S.F.

Croft House is working some luxurious flair into steel welding. I love the industrial line work.

The Line Apartment is another great spot and who doesn’t want to walk around Melrose Place sipping on Moon Juice?!

Next up Van Leeuwen Artisan Ice Cream and a pop into Salt Surf in Culver City.  I’m missing all that sunshine! Also this:

“I must learn to love the fool in me–the one who feels too much, talks too much, takes too many chances, wins sometimes and loses often, lacks self-control, loves and hates, hurts and gets hurt, promises and breaks promises, laughs and cries. It alone protects me against that utterly self-controlled, masterful tyrant whom I also harbor and who would rob me of my human aliveness, humility, and dignity but for my Fool.”

-Theodore Isaac Rubin

Photos by Bronwyn Burnett and Noah Petrowski

 

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This weekend was a blessing. I always enjoy a visit to Hearst Castle, every visit I learn and see more. I could only dream of living in that era- Parties poolside up on that hill must have been the best. The castle is a collective masterpiece. Gotta love the architect Julia Morgan, did you know she was camera shy? They showed a clip of her covering her face, so cute. I love all the sculptures William Hearst collected and that show stopper Italian massive pottery is to dye for.

Photos by Bronwyn Burnett and Noah Petrowski

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I got slammed this week. Looking back at my time in Puglia and the views. What magic Matera is and I was loving this door in Ostuni.

Photos by Bronwyn Burnett

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Polignano a Mare is a quaint town perched on the edge of dramatic cliffs on the Adriatic sea. The beautiful whitewashed buildings complement the caves and aqua sea. There is a spectacular beach right in the center of town. A magnificent cave restaurant- The Grotta Palazzese, lands you right on the edge of the sea. Inside a cave surrounded by waves on both ends. For excellent seafood in an original sandwich form hit up Pescaria, I think the salmon tartare was my favorite sandwich, but I would like to try more.

Photos by Bronwyn Burnett