I hate that moment when you realize that your vacation has come and gone.
But it happened and for that, I’m really grateful. Continue reading
I shared the best salad ever with a new client at Magnolia on Sunset: haricot verts, figs, gorgonzola. We sat outside where the people watching is best described as hilarious.
I stayed at the Andaz on Sunset, which I adore. Last time, I faced the Strip. This time, the Hollywood Hills.
At $159 via Frontgate, it seems spendy for something that will sit in chlorinated water for hours at a time. Also, I don’t have a pool.
Still, if you buy it for me, I’ll find a way to put it to great use. Promise.
One thing I miss about my DC life: I had a pool there. My condo building has a small rooftop pool, but the rental building I lived in for six years had an awesome pool. I used to look out from my balcony to decide if it was crowded or not.
I started writing a post about pools I might use this summer, but it depressed me sufficiently that I am only posting two (below).
Why depressed? I realized that I’m just not a public pool person, and also that while I don’t mind spending money, I generally prefer that it not be my money spent.
How about you? Perhaps you have a pool I can swim in?
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Nice round-up of Brooklyn public pools via Brokelyn