Travel | #UK – Stratford Upon Avon

“The more pity that fools may not speak wisely what wise men do foolishly.”

— W. Shakespeare, As You Like It

  • See Shakespeare’s Birthplace, Hall’s Croft, New Place and Anne Hathaways Cottage
  • Listen to some Shakespeare at the Royal Shakespeare Company
  • Eat & Drink:

The Pantry

We stopped here for a sweet touch after our lunch. It was a little bit too cold for ice-cream but almost gave in! // Bridgefoot – Stratford Upon Avon CV37 6YY

The Opposition – Bistro

Lovely staff and super enjoyable Coronation chicken in there! Should I also mention the Banoffee pie? // 13 Sheep Street – Stratford Upon Avon CV37 6EF

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Travel | #USA – Heritage & Museums in Washington DC

Among all museums in the US, those in Washington are unique because admission is free. The National Mall is surrounded by many interesting museums you can hardly avoid. You may challenge yourself and visit them all or you can pick up depending on your interests. If museum is not your thing, there is an incredible number of memorials to see in Washington, plus the US Capitol, the Library of Congress and the National Archives for example. White House tours are also free, but subject to request through a Congress Member or your Embassy in Washington if you’re a foreigner.

Anyway, when I went to Washington two weeks ago I visited some of these places of interest. If you lack inspiration, here’s a few glimpses of things you may want to see there:

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V&A | Light from the Middle East, New Photography

Hier, après une journée de boulot plus que morose, j’ai traversé la rue et je suis allée me changer les idées au Victoria & Albert Museum où est actuellement présentée l’exposition Light from the Middle East. Celle-ci donne la parole à 30 artistes qui étudient les défis sociaux du Moyen-Orient confrontés aux bouleversements politiques à travers des objectifs d’appareils photo.

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