What to Pack: CALGARY/BANFF

My friends and I decided to visit Canada for a week during the Fourth of July holiday. I know, that doesn’t seem very patriotic of us. Sorry, ‘Merica. It was hot when we left Dallas (hello, Texas summers!), but I knew the weather would shift a few times once we arrived in Canada. I attempted […]

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Thunderbird

With its buildings spanning three different block corners, the Thunderbird motel anchors its way onto the Marfa landscape. The midcentury designed property, re-envisioned by Lake/Flato ARCHITECTS, gives guests the vibe of staying at an old-school motel but with some much appreciated upgraded amenities. The motel restaurant and event space sits on one corner, the hotel […]

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MARFA ART

Great art is something that is often associated with a large, metropolitan city. The Louvre in Paris. The MET in New York City. The Royal Museums of Fine Art in Brussels. All absolutely amazing museums, no doubt. However, Marfa, TX rivals these museums in the quality of art that is has to offer. Quantity? Perhaps […]

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MARFA EATS

With a population of about 1,700, the small desert town of Marfa delivers every bit of bite for its bark. Aside from the insane art scene which you can read more about here, Marfa boasts some of the best food that I have had while traveling. I genuinely had more kale on this trip than […]

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Ora et Labora

Every once in a while, I come across a cool, underestimated brand that seems to be casually existing right before our very eyes. I can hardly remember when I first was introduced to Gisela, half of the powerhouse duo behind Ora el Labora. Gisela Borghi was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and raised in a […]

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