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Silicon Valley’s Adult Sippy Cup – Blue Bottle Coffee in Palo Alto, California

When attempting to keep an adult away from their bottle (of wine), I often find that coffee meetings do the trick. Luckily for those of us who live and work in Silicon Valley, Blue Bottle Coffee has some of the... Continue Reading →

Cutie Pie – Se7en Bites in Orlando, Florida

Most of us associate Florida with sunshine, palm trees and if you're talking about Orlando in particular, Mickey Mouse.     What it isn't quite as well known for, yet, are incredible hipster cafés and restaurants. Se7en Bites is one... Continue Reading →

Fork it Over – P is for Pie Bake Shop in Orlando, Florida

All self respecting math fanatics know that Pi Day (March 14th) is just around the corner. In honor of pi's infinite nature, it seemed logical that we ought to prepare a post on the other, perhaps tastier, pie. As luck... Continue Reading →

I Knead You – The Mill in San Francisco, California

Few smells are as universally well loved as freshly baked bread. The sweet scent of warm bread can make a place feel warm and welcoming. It turns out you can bottle the scent (see Exhibit A Sensory Decisions' Fresh Bread Smell), but... Continue Reading →

3D Coffee Critter Alert – Love to Go Near Los Angeles, California

Coffee can give you wings. A morning brew can be a Monday boost. That first cup of the week (or day or hour) is, for many people, a ritual of sorts. It is a way to get the gears cranking and the ideas... Continue Reading →

Hammocks for Bookworms – Cuba Libro in Havana, Cuba

If you’re visiting Havana, inevitably you will explore Old Havana (Habana Vieja). It’s filled with cobblestone streets, restored historic buildings and loads of cafés. The problem with Old Havana is that you won't find many locals beside you as you sip... Continue Reading →

Little Sweets and Big Peaks – Patagonia Dulce in Puerto Natales, Chile

Hiking Patagonia's heavenly peaks takes stamina, strength... and chocolate. Puerto Natales serves as a gateway to the breathtaking Patagonian fjords and Torres del Paine National Park. It's a compact little city that's easy to walk and has a surprisingly large (for its... Continue Reading →

Five Star France in the Heart of Silicon Valley – Mademoiselle Colette in Menlo Park, California

In your dreams, you might easily imagine spending a night in the swanky Hôtel Plaza Athénée in Paris. In your fantasy you’d brush elbows with royalty, celebrities and politicians as you strolled the luxe halls. From its multi-Michelin starred celebrity... Continue Reading →

Smoke House Deli Mumbai, India – A Breakfast Plate of Art Where the Walls Have Stories to Tell

A common refrain, when talking about the largest cities in the world, is that these places are packed with millions of people. In the case of Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay), India’s bustling megacity-sized waterfront hub, dozens of millions of... Continue Reading →

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