Food in Korea was an EXPERIENCE. Even outside of our food tours with T, we managed to discover a plethora of incredible edibles. MILLENIUM SEOUL HILTON When we first arrived, we stayed at the Millennium Seoul Hilton, which was a fantastic property. They had a beautiful in house restaurant (several in fact), though … Continue reading Friday Food – Pizza Bomb and Other Seoul Food
I'll just leave this here. There should be no vacancy for hatred or discrimination anywhere, and I am so glad to be a resident of Old Town Alexandria where our local business owners take steps to combat it.
I am so excited to introduce the cutest brand that hails from my hometown! I discovered Tristan and Bruce through Instagram, and when the incredibly sweet and talented designer, Pamela Hastings and I connected, we immediately hit it off. Pamela worked in the home sewing industry for years, as the education director for Singer … Continue reading Tristan and Bruce Clutch in City Center
I was so excited to visit the Louis Vuitton Volez, Volguez, Voyagez, Valises Exhibition at the DDP (Dongdaemun Design Plaza) The exhibition opened with a gigantic digital screen projecting a sky and airplane. The rotating trunk, promised exciting things to come! … Continue reading Louis Vuitton Exhibition
Seoul is noted for its gorgeous and visual dessert cafes, and as a big fan of the 'gram worthy and the tasty treats, I of course wanted to check some of them out. Here's a recap of some of my favorite sweet treats in Seoul! Style Nanda Pink Pool Cafe Myeongdong Since we … Continue reading Seoul Sweet Spots in J.Crew Stripes
Hands down, without a doubt, the best thing we did in Seoul (aside from teaching my class), was to sign up for the Seoul Hunter's Korean Food Tour. If you ever go to Seoul, YOU MUST DO THIS TOUR. It's a small startup business between two gentlemen. Our tour was with T, who speaks flawless … Continue reading Seoul Hunters Korean Food Tours
Continuing with our tours of South Korea (Republic of Korea), at Nate's request, we signed up for a DMZ/JSA tour. The DMZ is the demilitarized zone, running approx. 160 miles long and 2.5 miles wide as a non residential, non militarized zone between the two countries. This was part of the 1953 agreement. The JSA … Continue reading J.Crew Postcard Dress Touring the Korean DMZ and JSA