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My map features sweet gems in Upper East Side, York City. It will be your little guide to fulfill your sweet craving. I chose my favorite menu from each dessert shop; A strawberry cake from Harbs, a green tea crepe cake from Lady M, a dark chocolate chocolate chip cookie from Le Vain Bakery, and a New York cheesecake from Two Little Red Hens.
Though I chose and drew only one menu from each bakery, I highly recommend you to try other kinds of cakes or cookies too. (I also love apple pie from Two Little Red Hens, and chocolate éclair from Lady M!)
Thank you, and I hope my map would make your day sweet and joyful!
The Wylde Center Garden Network stretches across Decatur, and now includes small satellite gardens in all Decatur city schools. The garden network is a stronghold of community and service, so I found it important to represent it with colors and style that communicate friendliness and growth.
This place is special to me because this beautiful Balearic town evokes sweet memories and time spent both daydreaming and making important life decisions. It feels like a safe cocoon for one to take time and explore all the options ahead while being inspired by the colourful food and design that awaits in every restaurant, gallery & shop. Palma for me represents freedom, possibilities and abundance of life itself!
Located on the northern tip of the Lower Sunshine Coast and built next to a Lagoon, this wetland reserve is where my kids and I love to explore wildlife, pond creatures and the birds on the trails.
My cousin Kirsten and I meet for breakfast about every three weeks. For years, we went to the same two or three places. About two years ago, we decided that we would try a new restaurant every time we went to breakfast. This map is a record of the restaurants we tried out in the past two years. The limiting factor (being Los Angeles) was traffic, so we mostly went places between our two houses in the west end of the San Fernando Valley.
In 2015, our family of five left our home country with nothing but carry on luggage in search of some adventure. We landed in Kaohsiung and ended up calling it home for 3 years. From the buzz of city life to the peacefulness of nature, you'll find it all within Kaohsiung. The public transportation is excellent, it's very safe, the food is amazing, the people are unbelievably friendly, and best of all you can spend the entire day running around the city very inexpensively. This map focuses specifically on the Yancheng and Qianjin Districts in the southern part of the city. Long ago considered to be the "downtown" Kaohsiung, the area holds many old style Taiwanese homes and monuments that the northern parts of the city are lacking. Recent revival efforts have brought in some more modern, artistic elements giving visitors the best of both worlds. Whatever your travel habits may be, Kaohsiung has something to offer all travelers.