explore: Badenixe, Hamburg, Germany

I am a fan of architecture and structures that interact with their environment. Some of the most celebrated building designs fulfill this criteria from the Sydney Opera House to Fallingwater. The Badenixe is another structure that fits perfectly with its location. Found in Hamburg, Germany, the Badenixe, or “the bathing beauty” relaxes in the Alster Lake as if she … Continue reading

explore: Boboli Gardens, Florence, Italy

Yesterday, (for the people who cared),the world was treated to the first official wedding photographs of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. There was an insane amount of speculation about where the wedding would be held and at the end of the day, the ceremony was held at Forte di Belvedere in Florence, Italy. But just … Continue reading

explore: Sea of Stars, Vaadhoo Island, Maldives

During the daytime, the shores of Vaadhoo Island are like any other beach in the Maldives Islands. But at night, the sea literally becomes alive. Once the sun sets on this small island, the ocean literally lights up with hundreds and thousands of little blue orbs become apparent, and the water that continually rushes upon … Continue reading

explore: Waitomo Glowworm Cave, New Zealand

Let’s be honest: New Zealand is to Australia what New Jersey is to New York. Yet, if everyone knew about a certain hidden gem, people might think differently. Located in Waitomo, once you enter the Waitomo Glowworm cave, you are gradually greeted to the radiant glow of thousands of glowworms that illuminate the waterway during the … Continue reading

explore: Hearst Castle

If you’ve seen Lady Gaga’s new short film for her single, “G.U.Y.” featuring the cast of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and Andy Cohen, lay back and feast as the music video guides you through the ins and outs of the infamous Hearst Castle. Located in San Simeon, California, the home of media mogul William … Continue reading

explore: Dragon Bridge, Vietnam

From a distance, the Dragon Bridge, located in Da Nung, Vietnam, looks like an amusement park ride, but it is actually scaly arcs of dragon’s body is actually integrated into the 2,185 foot bridge. Built to celebrate the anniversary of Da Nung City’s liberation from , the Dragon Bridge is composed of steel and 15,000 LED … Continue reading

explore: Multnomah Falls, Oregon

There are very few places, even in nature, that look as beautiful as Multnomah Falls looks all year round. Located half an hour outside of Portland, Oregon, this 600 foot tall waterfall is the 2nd tallest waterfall in the country that is split into two different levels. As you can imagine, during the fall, the … Continue reading

explore: Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao

It’s very rare that a museum’s architecture gets as much attention as the art it holds, but when you recruit famed architect Frank Gehry, it’s bound to happen. Located in Bilbao, Spain, this important piece of architecture is home to some of the art world’s most influential pieces such as Mark Rothko, Willem de Kooning, … Continue reading

explore: Yellowstone Caldera

The best place to catch up on gossip, news, and conspiracy is at your local nail salon. While getting a 2nd coat done, I overheard a story about the super volcano located at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming that could erupt without warning and wipe out all of civilization as we know it. Hearing that … Continue reading

Celebrate: I am Now on Twitter!

Follow me now on @ThoughtSuggest on Twitter! I would love to support and follow my fellow bloggers back! Happy New Year! Photo Credit: Twitter.com  

Celebrate: The New Year (by Following Me on Twitter!)

2014 is less than 24 hours away. The past couple of days have allowed me to reflect on all the good and the bad things that have happened this year. One great that has happened this year is this blog. One of my biggest flaws is that when it comes to a passion project, I … Continue reading

A Year in Review – Film and Television

It was a great year for film and television this year. A plethora of amazing movies have come out year round, making the annual Academy Awards an extremely tight race. Old favorites returned to the small screen, while others took their final bows (RIP “Breaking Bad” and “Dexter”). Companies started to take notice of the … Continue reading

A Year in Review: Food

I always looks forward to writing the food section for “Thought I Might Suggest”. I don’t think I’m a particularly skilled cook in the kitchen, but I try to find a mix of food I can actually cook, food I would love to try, and food I have tried and curate my findings on this … Continue reading

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