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Piles of fresh pastries at Röckenwagner Bakery.

Piles of fresh pastries at Röckenwagner Bakery.

A Guide to Living in Chiang Mai | Never Ending Voyage

A Guide to Living in Chiang Mai

simplethings restaurant... mini pies and sandwiches... why hasnt anyone thought of this sooner?

simplethings restaurant... mini pies and sandwiches... why hasnt anyone thought of this sooner?

The 30 Most Instagrammed Restaurants In L.A. #refinery29  http://www.refinery29.com/most-instagrammed-restaurants-los-angeles#slide1  The Ivy Restaurant Sure, this classic L.A. spot is a little over the top, but its Cajun Bloody Mary might just change your life.The Ivy, 113 North Robertson Boulevard (near Alden Drive); 310-274-8303.:

The 37 Most Instagrammed Restaurants In L.A.

The 30 Most Instagrammed Restaurants In L.A. #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/most-instagrammed-restaurants-los-angeles#slide1 The Ivy Restaurant Sure, this classic L.A. spot is a little over the top, but its Cajun Bloody Mary might just change your life.The Ivy, 113 North Robertson Boulevard (near Alden Drive); 310-274-8303.:

Nastassia Johnson, the dessert blogger behind top food Instagram account @LetMeEatCake, shows you how to eat fearlessly in her city—doughnut…

SoCal, So Good

Nastassia Johnson, the dessert blogger behind top food Instagram account @LetMeEatCake, shows you how to eat fearlessly in her city—doughnut…

Instead of crossing bridges by walking or by riding a car, why can’t we bounce or flip our way across instead? This is what architecture firm AZC had in mind when they submitted a proposal to build an inflatable trampoline bridge for pedestrians to cross the Seine. The structure involves three inflatable doughnut-like rings with mesh trampolines stretched across each one, allowing pedestrians to bounce their way to the other side of the river.

An inflatable trampoline bridge in Paris? Yeeha! We interviewed the designers

Instead of crossing bridges by walking or by riding a car, why can’t we bounce or flip our way across instead? This is what architecture firm AZC had in mind when they submitted a proposal to build an inflatable trampoline bridge for pedestrians to cross the Seine. The structure involves three inflatable doughnut-like rings with mesh trampolines stretched across each one, allowing pedestrians to bounce their way to the other side of the river.

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