Hotels We Love: The Kinney Venice Beach

We’ve been to Venice Beach in California more times than I can remember. From visiting friends, people watching on the boardwalk, to getting in one last visit to the ocean before flying out of LAX we find ourselves gravitating towards this unique and sometimes odd city. While on a recent trip to Palm Springs we…

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A Perfect November Day in Joshua Tree National Park

We just returned from a lovely trip out west to Palm Springs and of course we had to visit Joshua Tree National Park again. I’ll have to tell the story of our first trip to Joshua Tree someday soon, but let’s just say we ended up in the backcountry and the views weren’t nearly as…

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Hot & New: Ohio City Galley in Cleveland, Ohio

A once stagnant corner full of traffic and potential is a bit livelier these days. New (to CLE) food hall restaurant concept Ohio City Galley has recently opened up in the space previously occupied by Massimo da Milano giving Clevelander’s a new and exciting place to hang out, meet up, eat, and drink. Based in…

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Hotels We Love: Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles

This was the first Ace Hotel we stayed in and it definitely won’t be the last. As a luxury boutique hotel, this is the type of place bloggers, design lovers, and Instagrammers alike go crazy over and for a very good reason: it’s beautifully designed. In its past life, the hotel was The United Artist Building, a…

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Olympic National Park: A Hike to Marymere Falls

The next stop on our trip to Olympic National Park was to hike the trail to Marymere Falls. After getting our views of Lake Crescent we found free parking in the historic Storm King Rangers Station. A short distance from the ranger station you will cross under the 101 Highway through a tunnel and find…

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Olympic National Park: Crescent Lake

During an epic road trip through the Pacific Northwest that started in Seattle, Washington and ended in Portland, Oregon, we stopped in Washington states Olympic National Park for almost two full days. We were able to fit a lot of sightseeing without feeling like we were rushing through anything in those two days. We saw…

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New Orleans Photography Check List

New Orleans is a very photogenic city. It’s full of charm and unusual character that you don’t often see in other cities. From the bright and colorful to the aged and historic, you won’t leave New Orleans with an empty memory card. As a photographer and designer, I find I’m always interested in the details…

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