boring, not boring

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It has been almost five years since the last “my life is boring” crisis. Living in Bermuda provides a sort of redefinition. On the one hand, there is no hipster coffee shop opening in my neighborhood every weekend; there is zero hipster coffee shop in my neighborhood. On the other hand, looking out the window is like looking into a GGM novel

We didn’t travel much in 2018 and will probably travel less in 2019 but planning a trip to Chicago. In 2012, we enjoyed Gold Coast; Oak Park; Wicker Park. In 2019, looking forward to

Wicker Park for chop shop

Humboldt Park for scofflaw: “gin-focused cocktail menu”

North Center (just realized this area is not called Roscoe Village) for bari zaki studio

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new york new york

Saturday: Connecticut via Midtown

Ippodo Tea

Kinokuniya

Dinner w/ Wei

Sunday: Queens via East Village

“What makes Black Seed bagels special is their texture — combining the soft, chewy New York-style with the dense, crispy Montreal-style”

Coffee @ Abraço

Creative Little Garden

“Akari: Sculpture by Other Means occupies the Museum’s second-floor galleries. It includes several installations that allow visitors to experience ways that Isamu Noguchi’s Akari—a modular ecosystem of lightweight, collapsible paper lanterns—can create and transform space”

Monday: Brooklyn

Breakfast @ Okonomi

Green Wood Cemetery

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random walk – chiusa

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I’m thinking the next Italian trip will be Puglia but I loved Bolzano so much that I’m considering redoing this trip. We had one rainy day in Chiusa so dad and I walked around town trying to capture the convent shrouded in mist. We walked uphill until the path ended, walked on grass until we reached a highway, crossed the highway and ran up someone’s private property

also
– lovely views @ hotel camping ansitz gamp
– currywurst @ imbiss herbert
– excellent radler @ gassl brau

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