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Friday

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August 2011

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One last one

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I just imported the last few images from our SF-trip, and remembered that I was suppose to post them here ages ago. So without further ado: our last day in San Francisco, in pictures:

It was 4th of July, and we spent it at Rick and Nicki’s new place with, let’s call it, a traditional 4th of July barbeque:

Tuesday

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July 2011

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Part Two

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Here’s a few more pictures from San Francisco. I’m warning you now, it’s going to be a long one, and still doesn’t contain half of the awesomeness we’ve encountered in the city.

Saturday

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July 2011

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The Streets of San Francisco

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A quick post with a few pictures from San Francisco – day one (or, day two, seeing as I arrived yesterday.. but I had traveled for something like 20 hours so we spent the rest of that day shopping and trying to keep me awake so as to not fuck up the rest of the trip, so I’m not counting it. :)

So far we’ve done a few slightly touristy things, like visiting Twin Peaks..

my beautiful Victoria Grant hat (which I brought even though it ment leaving my gym-shoes at home. OhWell…)

We had an absolutely amazing meal, a perfect ending to a perfect day.

Saturday

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August 2010

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Hotel Nimb

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I’m planning a small trip to Copenhagen, and while researching hotels I came across Hotel Nimb. It’s on the high end of the price scale (standard double room is 2500 DKK ($428) a night – jikes), but the rooms are so beautiful I’m seriously considering staying there – take a look:

Travel style

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I spent the better part of last Sunday in airports, planes, rental cars and gas stations, and though I always try to look at least somewhat stylish I was failing rather miserably most of the day. Now, if I’ve had one of Steamlines excellent suitcases, I’m pretty sure things would have been different:


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