The entry draws you into Hostal Lineros 38.
I believe these wooden chairs were placed in Alhambra for weary tourists or tired guards, but I think they are an inspired addition.
The medieval town of Ano Syros sits high on the hill of the Greek island Syros. Built by the Venetians, it’s accessible via steps and pathways, which wind around homes accented by bold or smoky colors.
Majorelle Gardens is no succulent terrarium but it offers a little inspiration.
A riad is a traditional Moroccan style home with an interior courtyard.
The colored tiles are everywhere, but someone how simple and not overwhelming.
In our riad in Fes, Dar Melody, we had a room on a top floor that made us feel like we were in a tower room.
These tile mosaic floors, remains of Herod’s palace at the site, have staying power.
The gorgeous details of the King Abdullah I Mosque, from the ceiling to the floor.
The dayglo-colored homes of Cape Town’s Cape Malay Quarter.
Gorgeous windows are just one of the details that give Auckland its charm.
Once a year the walk from Bondi Beach to Tamarama Beach is transformed by sculpture. Here are a few of my favorites.
These birdcages give intrigue to an otherwise unremarkable alley.
These screens are on exhibit at the Tokyo National Museum.
A city of old, new and natural
I love the lollipop trees.
Jas Vilas is an oasis in Jaipur and a gem in a city full of gems.