The Manoah Boutique Hotel Nestled on the shores of postcard-perfect Shoal Bay, The Manoah Boutique Hotel offers 25 breezy, ocean view rooms and a stunning 3-bedroom Presidential Villa Suite. All accommodations are divinely designed in pastel tropical colors borrowed from the island’s paradise beaches, with stylish Caribbean furnishings, freestanding bathtubs, and glorious balconies overlooking the sea. The onsite Ocean Beach Club is home to a fine-dining restaurant and two lovely beach bars, perfect for sunset cocktails. Nearby, the Olympic-size pool, complete with chic cabanas, is the ideal place to unwind in style. Compare prices for this boutique hotel at TripAdvisor
Opus Apartment Enjoying an enviable location in Nice, right next to the swanky Galeries Lafayette department store and steps away from Place Masséna, Opus provides a stylish and luxurious base from which to explore one of the loveliest towns on the Côte d’Azur. With three elegant bedrooms and a sprawling open-plan living area, this 120 sq meters apartment is ideal for a large family or a group of 6. It features a gorgeous contemporary design, with plush fabrics and high-quality finishes throughout. The warm and classy neutral color palette with bright pops of azure mirrors the outside, making the space feel welcoming and sophisticated in the same time. The modern, fully equipped kitchen opens up into the chic dining and living area, where ample seating along with a flat-screen TV, DVD player, and music system invite all to relax and entertain.
Renditions of Historical Events in Dioramas by Jasper de Beijer Dutch artist Jasper de Beijer’s creates and photographs large-scale models made of drawn material and constructed bodies, environments, and ephemera, giving the resulting images a dreamlike quality. In carefully researching and creating these scenes, de Beijer aims to engage the ways we understand images of historical significance. The resulting photos are both powerfully complex and eerily familiar. The photo series is called Mr. Knight’s World Band Receiver , a reference to Christopher Knight, who abandoned society in 1986 at 20 years old, living in Maine’s woods for 27 years with no access to media except for a transistor radio. Artist website: debeijer.com Meet us on Facebook , Twitter , and Instagram posted by Margaret crss