Garden Travel

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I just got back from a brief little visit to the Germinatrix and Domino Magazine online...where I found inspiration for this weeks 'Landscape Hotel of...

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How I did not know of this place before now, shames me.   I have been to CA so many times, but never to wine country,...

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Wow!... (from oddmusic.com) "The musical Sea Organ (morske orgulje) is located on the shores of Zadar, Croatia, and is the world’s first musical pipe organs...

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I am captivated by the  design of a dense city center for the municipality of Gwanggyo near Seoul, Korea.   The conceptual design was created by...

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An interesting White Paper has been written by Karl Kalcher of MindFolio, a marketing strategy firm and published by Cornell's Center for Hospitality Research.  The...

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Today is the last day before the big parade.  I can only imagine the last minute rush that is ensuing all over Pasadena.  I have...

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Vann hotel Sweden. Fijords, natural beauty, marine park and garden adventures nearby.
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The Vann Hotel near Goteberg, Sweden sits on the edge of a fjord (easily one of the most spectacular natural landscapes on the planet).  It's...

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The view hotel in monument valley by Noel Reynolds
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It is with hesitation that I write this post.  While I want to celebrate The View Hotel, which is opening this month in Monument Valley,...

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badlands exhibit at Mass Moca
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MASS MoCA in North Adams, MA has a very interesting exhibit running.  Titled Badlands,  the exhibit addresses "contemporary ideas of exploration, population of the wilderness,...

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Bruce Munro does amazing things with lights.  Consider this, his current exhibition at the Eden Project in Cornwall, UK covers an area of 60 x...

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This week was busy! I hosted an event on Thursday night at the Copley Society of Art with some colleagues. It is a great little...

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This post goes out to Amanda at Kiss my aster...(thong, gardening) The legendary Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach has re-opened.  Morris Lapidus designed the curvilinear...

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I always notice the landscape.  I have lived all over the place and the landscape or the products of it are always what I remember. ...

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I am intrigued by the desire to build vacation places where conditions are considered unmelcoming. Is this, by necessity, the wave of the future? Have...

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Is it me, or on 99.9% of commercial and hospitality construction projects, the landscape is the last thing to be considered? I have no expectation...

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chrabaugh landscape design www.pithandvigor.com
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I came across this term in reference to a garden (Mehtab Bagh) situated across the way from the Taj Mahal....with no idea what it meant,...

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....and tongue of dog, Adder's fork, and blind-worm's sting, Lizard's leg, and owlet's wing, For a charm of powerful trouble, Like a hell-broth boil and...

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I pride myself on going off the road of predictability....shunning ubiquity and liking things sometimes just because other don't. I go to great lengths to...

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I just discovered a great blog and website called the Kiwi Jetsetter. They have tremendous amount of information on hotels and travel worldwide and they...

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Tom Chudleigh has a personal goal..." My personal goal is to produce 10 - 15 spheres and hang them all in a large area of...

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Last week the Sagamore Hotel was sold and will presumably undergo extensive renovations to bring it up to the vision that Tom Varley, vice president...

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