Tag Archive: Museum

Museo Alfa Romeo

  Ferrari. Lamborghini. Pagani. Maserati. Fashionable Italy is, unsurprisingly, home to many a fashionable luxury car manufacturer. But luxury isn’t the only automobile option in il bel paese, “the beautiful country.” Somewhere between a sleek… Continue reading

Duomo di Milano

  Sì, it’s Instagramable in the twilight hours when the square is empty, when water puddles linger here and there, when the pigeons are your only company. But there is more to the Duomo… Continue reading

Washington, DC: Bling at the Museum of Natural History

The Smithsonian Institution, the largest museum/research foundation in the world, welcomes 30 million museum-goers each year. Given the staggering numbers, it’s amazing its museums remain largely free. Not only are they conveniently gratis,… Continue reading

Washington, DC: Wonder at The Renwick

  This reminds me of a Taylor Swift song. “Are we out of the woods yet?” Or perhaps we’re heading Into the Woods of a whimsical movie set.   Inside a fashionable, yet… Continue reading

The Broad: Contemporary Art in Los Angeles

The entrance of The Broad, leading up to the central exhibit area on the third floor, doesn’t take you through conventional passageways. Then again, The Broad isn’t a conventional building. It houses collections… Continue reading

The Art Institute of Chicago

Camouflaged in the center of downtown Chicago is a beauty sometimes overlooked for Millennium Park right across the street. You know, Millennium Park, the one with the giant bean that everyone takes a… Continue reading

Costa Rica’s Museo del Oro

The Gold Museum, or what most people refer to as Museo del Oro, is actually a collection of interconnected museums called Museos Banco Central de Costa Rica. The Museo del Oro Precolombino (Pre-Columbian… Continue reading

San José Art City Tour

People don’t exactly come to Costa Rica for museums, but since I’m currently in the capital city of San José and I happen to like museums, there are a few of them on… Continue reading