David and I had a great week (which certainly wasn’t long enough) in Biddeford Pool! We had a delicious food, took a really nice bike ride to Timber Point, took a tour of the nunnery building and I got some tennis in. I can’t wait to be back there.
I know that it’s been a long time since I’ve posted, and a lot has happened. First of all, David and I got married in London, at the Chelsea Town Hall on April 5th! It was a lovely ceremony, with a very intimate group of our family and friends followed by a delicious lunch at Bluebird. All photographs were taken by Patryk Stanisz.
I’ve been so busy that I am a little behind on my posts. I was recently in Copenhagen for work and then stayed for the weekend. It was a beautiful (and hot) week with a visit to Louisiana Museum, Arken Museum, the botanical gardens and lots of delicious food with great company. It’s such a fun city!
I had another amazing visit in Maine! Filled with family, great friends, good food and beautiful landscapes. For more photos, click here.
I recently came back from an amazing trip to Iceland. We started our adventure in Reykjavik, saw Strokkur geysir and the Gulfoss waterfall and then drove up the West coast to Borganes, Hellnar and around the Snæfellsnes Peninsula. We then continued to Stykkishólmur where we took a ferry to Flatey Island, and spent the night. It was an absolutely wonderful trip, with great company, delicious food and beautiful landscape. I would highly recommend Iceland! And if you want to see more photos, click here.
We spent last weekend in Devon which was wonderful. We stayed in a fantastic bed and breakfast called Lee Byre. The farmhouse was beautiful and the food was amazing! We took some great walks on Dartmoor and enjoyed the stunning landscape. I can’t wait to go back!
I just spent a wonderful week on the Cote D’Azur! We stayed in Antibes and went on some great excursions. Fondation Maeght in Saint-Paul de Vence is a family owned collection which includes work by Alexander Calder, Georges Braque, Joan Miro and many more. We then drove to the charming town of Saint-Agnes, perched on the top of a hill overlooking the Mediterranean. I’m already looking forward to my next trip! If you want to see more of my pictures, click here.