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Christmas in Tahoe 2013

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Cesar and I are not ones for celebrating, especially Christmas. Growing up jewish it has little significance for me, and I have few memories associated with it, and it doesn’t have the fondest memories for Cesar, so this year I decided to plan a little getaway for us. Spend a few days out of the city, in the mountains doing something fun. So off to Tahoe we went and skied the day away!

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As you can imagine, I am the world’s worst skier. Literally. I am terrified of ski lifts (hate the heights), fall all over the place and am the biggest wuss. On the opposite note, this was Cesar’s second time ever skiing and he is literally a prodigy. Went down crazy hills on his second run and nailed it.

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While we had a great time on the mountain, I most loved the beauty that lives in Tahoe. The gorgeous snow, beautiful sky and amazing trees, I was in heaven. But the best part of all was spending some quality time with a guy that I love with my whole heart.

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Until next year, Tahoe. I’m thinking you’ll be a tradition. I hope all of you had a wonderfully fantastic Christmas! I couldn’t love you more.

Men’s Holiday Gift Guide 2013

Men's Gift Guide

Banana Republic Basic T // Timberland Scarf // Remote Control Helicopter // Everlane Weekend Bag // 49ers Jersey // Chassis Leather Flask // Jack Spade iPhone Case // Paul Smith Billfold

Shopping for Cesar is probably one of the hardest tasks. He doesn’t ever want anything and is very particular about what he likes and doesn’t like. As a result, i’ve often resorted to unique gifts (creative ice cube molds, flying airplanes and beautiful flasks). While this year we’ve agreed to only give each other stocking stuffer type presents, I asked Cesar to put together a list of things he’d love to receive. And who knows, some of these may just end up in his stocking this year!

I’d love to know, what do you get your guys for Christmas? I’m already compiling ideas for next year!

Beijing, China

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These are the last of our China pictures, from our final destination: Beijing. We spent 3 full days in the city, and i’m not gonna lie when I say it was a difficult few days. We were already exhausted from almost 8 days of constant moving, and mainland China is not the easiest to navigate for noobie tourists. Nevertheless, seeing Tiananmen square, the Forbidden city, the Great Wall and tons of night markets and restaurants was amazing, and a true cultural experience for us.

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Beautiful waving canal in the Forbidden City.

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And this guy, waving around, a little loopy from the heat.

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Sweaty with no makeup during our very steep hike up the Great Wall! Such an amazing view and highlight of the whole trip.

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Last but not least, our final adventure. We rode push carts all the way down the Great Wall to the base! So so amazing and definitely something I would recommend if you visit.

3 Days in Hong Kong

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Hey remember that time I went to China? Cesar and I went on a whirlwind, super exhausting but fantastic exploration through Hong Kong, Beijing and Macau. We allotted approximately 3 days for each city and were literally running the entire time.

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If you can’t tell from these pictures already, Hong Kong consisted of a lot of looking and sensational views. From the Peak (pictured at the top) to Victoria Harbor (above), Hong Kong is just beautiful, and somewhere I could absolutely see myself living.

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The Chinese culture is still so rich in HK even though it is a very international city. We walked through the Temple Street night market in Kowloon and loved exploring all of the open air eateries and little shops.

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This is downtown Kowloon (the side of the harbor we stayed on), and we were pretty taken aback that it looks somewhat like New York. Very bustling, lots of cabs and people. The Hong Kong side of Victoria Harbor is even more so like Manhattan.

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Perhaps the most exciting thing for me was the emphasis on shopping in the city. There was literally every brand you could ever want and so many malls I couldn’t even keep track. I kid you not I saw nearly 10 Chanel stores while there and could barely contain myself. The picture above is of some bags displayed at Maud Frizon, a brand I learned about from Tiffany Ish!

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Oh, and Cesar casually walking through a fountain. Cuz guys, it was HOT.

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