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Basel is Switzerland's third-most-populous city and is located where the Swiss, French and German borders meet. It has over 40 museums and one of the most beautiful old towns in Europe with narrow streets and over 300 fountains. The architecture in Basel is an eclectic mixture from medieval and modern buildings. And last but not least the city has a huge variety of restaurants, cafés and bars with delicious international food in fancy locations. This map show some of my favorite places there.
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!
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.
Clinton Hill is a treelined Brooklyn neighborhood where artists, writers, makers, students and creatives have lived throughout history, and continue to make their marks today. Spaces for creating, thinking, and collaborating dot the map, creating an atmosphere that's ever-evolving against a backdrop of historic brick row houses and brownstones.
My map depicts the many cafes and community spaces that celebrate the arts, and even a few places that do both (like the women-run Relationships cafe and Playground Coffee Shop). There's imaginative spaces where you can sip coffee surrounded by modern art, places that imagine a more intentionally-designed food system, shops with vintage clothing and furniture, destinations for modern art and music, and even a few historic (maybe unofficial) arts landmarks. It's a special place that has fueled my creativity for years, and I hope you'll find some inspiration here, too.