El Andaluz by Jeff Shelton 531 Chapala St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101 We discovered this beautiful building by architect Jeff Shelton on our last trip to Santa Barbara. It is filled with intricate details and surprising shapes. El Andaluz offers many photo opportunities and we took advantage of that by posing for a quick family
Endless Rose Tiers Top (here!) / Ray-ban Sunglasses (here!) Casa de la Guerra 15 E De La Guerra St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101 Hello curators! Casa de la Guerra is one of my favorite photo spots in Santa Barbara. Whenever we are in Santa Barbara, it’s our tradition to have breakfast at C’est Cheese and
Now that we’ve talked about where to stay when you travel and how to find great restaurants using yelp, it’s time to tackle how to make a travel itinerary. Here are my tips for making a great travel itinerary: Make a list consisting of the place or places you’d like to stay, restaurants that you want to try
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A stroll down Abbott Kinney Boulevard in Venice Beach, California, would not be complete without a visit to the Tortoise General Store. This charming store was founded by a husband and wife team who moved from Tokyo and is dedicated to introducing and exhibiting works by Japanese artists, or artists using traditional Japanese techniques.
A glimpse of the beautiful architecture of The Broad in Downtown Los Angeles. Home to one of my favorite works of art of all time, Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirrored Room.
After a delicious brunch, we headed to the Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills. The grounds were so impeccable and it was so nice to walk around and enjoy the beauty around us.