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Thursday
Mar172011

Hacienda San Angel - part 4

I swear, this is my last post on the Hacienda San Angel. There were so many gorgeous bedrooms in the villas that I had to share them with you too. Plus, one of my favourite and somewhat unusual perks of the hacienda is after the jump.

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Thursday
Mar172011

Hacienda San Angel - part 3

Hope you don't mind I've got some more photos to share with you from my stay at the Hacienda San Angel. These are from random spaces around the hotel, including the chapel which would be such an unbelieveable venue for a wedding. (Oh - for the record, these posts are not some sort of paid advertisement - the owner doesn't know I am blogging about it. I just loved this place THAT MUCH and am overjoyed that I was able to experience it.)

  
  

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Thursday
Mar172011

Carriageworks

Sizzling shortlisted entry in the 2011 Australian Interior Design Awards. The Carriageworks by Hare + Klein Interior Design. I'm seriously packing my bags and planning a home invasion. Kitchen is to die for. Love the industrial vibe and the dining room, or is that workroom, is simply perfect. This is not the only shortlisted property by this talented team of designers. I may just have to feature some more!

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Wednesday
Mar162011

Hacienda San Angel - part 2

As I mentioned in part 1 of this series yesterday, my husband and I spent 3 nights at the magical Hacienda San Angel during our vacation in Puerto Vallarta. Today I'd like to show you some photos I took in the main part of the hacienda, Casa Bursus. The main entryway features a beautiful fountain in a courtyard that is open to the sky. There is an adjacent living room, dining room and kitchen. Jeff and I opted to eat breakfast in this dining room where we could watch the cook prepare our meal and hang out and chat with Carlos - one of the staff whom we became well acquainted with. (Another bonus of this hotel is the very friendly and accommodating staff). A special perk of dining here - I got to enjoy the company of the 9 resident dogs (more to come on that in a future post). :)

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Wednesday
Mar162011

Needin' Sweden 

I know! I know! Bad title but cool home. Nothing pretentious or stuffy. Nothing precious or über cool. Just a lovely inviting apartment in one of Gothenburg's oldest Landshövdingehus. Three things I really love ... the limed floor as opposed to the white painted floors we are used to seeing in Swedish homes, the as usual stunning kakelugn (tiled stove) and the upstairs bedroom retreat but you'll have to wait until after the jump for that one.  For sale here.

  

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