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    Bi-Rite Creamery (San Francisco, CA) - I read everywhere that the Salted Caramel was a must have here, so I went for it! It was my cheat day, so might as well go all in. I think this is the best salted caramel anything I’ve had. The internet was not joking. It had the right amount of saltiness without being too bitter and the caramel was perfect so that it wasn’t overly sweet. It was just so light. I don’t know how else to describe it. I was eating it really quickly because it was melting fast (for some reason only the Salted Caramel was melting on everyone’s cone or in their cup), but it was totally fine because I didn’t feel like I just consumed a ton of milk. I usually get full and can barely finish a scoop, but I could have totally gone for more than 2 scoops! So. Worth. It.

    The bottom flavor on the cone is a Mint Chip. It was a good flavor, but it’s one of those safe flavors that you know will be good no matter where you go.

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    Bathroom Inspo: Black Fixtures


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    In a modern, black and white bathroom, black fixtures look so crisp, and they won’t show water spots and fingerprints like shinier finishes will. It can…

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    The Towers of Silence are circular-shaped buildings that have funeral customs and symbols for adherents of Zoroastrianism. They find the body of a corpse impure, and not to violate the sacredness of the land, refuse to bury or cremate a body. Instead, lay the corpse on top of a building in the mountains, where vultures come and eat your meat, just after the bones are in contact with lime, so they can disintegrate and thereafter be thrown into the water where the cursor continue on to the sea, not touching the ground as well.

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    Japan’s Nabana no Sato Botanical Garden used over 7,000,000 LED lights to create this amazing tribute to nature featuring displays of rainbows, auroras, and Mt. Fuji.

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