I’m back with even more photos from the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum. These are from the exterior of the museum building, as well as the surrounding gardens, labyrinth, courtyard, etc. It was so stunning!
Here are more photos from the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum in San Jose! It’s on the small side, but has no shortage of things to see.
This is super random, but I’ve always been kind of obsessed with all things Ancient Egypt. So a museum (like the Rosicrucian in San Jose) dedicated solely to Egyptian artifacts is right up my alley. I visited this place years ago in college for an art history class, but I thought I’d check it out again. Here are some photos from my visit!
A few weeks ago, I went to Morgan Hill’s annual Mushroom Mardi Gras Festival. Yes – the name is super random! We heard about the festival from a friend, and since it was free to attend, we decided to check it out. I wish I took more photos, but here’s a little glimpse of our day at the festival:
OMG this baby pig!! I kid you not, there was a petting zoo and we might’ve spent close to an hour in there. Worth it.
Bon weekend! We’re currently experiencing the infamous June Gloom here in Southern California, so I’ve been pretty lazy. Nonetheless, I still live for random weekend adventures (I mean, who doesn’t):
[Sampled the chardonnay at Léal Vineyards.]
[Found the prettiest blush pink dress for a wedding – the brand is Romeo + Juliet Couture and it was a total score.]
[Spotted the coolest painting in a Nordstrom dressing room, of all places.]
Enjoy the rest of your weekend, folks. x
I recently tried out a bakery, which true to its name (Papillon International Bakery), serves all kinds of worldly treats – anything from empanadas to perashkis. But when I saw they had churros on the menu, I was sold. Because who can resist a sugary, crunchy churro??
My friends recently got back from Japan and graciously gifted me with a bunch of goodies (I’ll share more of what I got later)! I’m talking snacks and sweets galore, plus some unique beauty items. What I’m most excited to try though are these fun sheet masks:
Cute, right? They’re from Tony Moly, which is a Korean brand, but this collaboration (read all about it here and here) isn’t offered in the States. So you could do some digging on Amazon if you don’t have friends traveling to Asia anytime soon (thanks, guys)!