~ iphone photos - September 2014 ~

Monday, October 13, 2014
I have no idea what happened to the June and July iphone posts this summer but here are the ones for September! My August ones are mixed in with my Turkey photos so I probably will be skipping those too. September was great for me, relaxed and carefree. 

Apparently this lady carried a live lobster with her onto the plane?...

My birthday gift from my darling siblings!!! They surprised me with it after I came back from my trip!

The only evil eye item I bought back. To be honest they're kind of creeper if bigger than this.

Camel milk chocolates!

My mom bought me this cute pear shaped hazelnut ice cream as a substitution for a birthday cake. It was delicious but sweet and I only managed to finish half of it.

My friend and I tried a new pasta place called SPAGHeTEI. It wasn't bad and I liked how you could choose your portion size.

I really really really wanted to buy this poster =(

Work day at Divano.

I was running out of moisturizer and managed to spend enough to get this little gift from Sephora.

A very lovely, thoughtful and much appreciated birthday gift from Anndrea! Thank you so much, I love everything!

It was sunny and beautiful most of September.

Lastly, I finally managed to start reading my newest novel -Lolita. I'm a little more than halfway through and I love it. In fact I haven't been so in love with a book for some time now.

~ San Francisco - Legion of Honor ~

Saturday, October 4, 2014
On our last day in San Francisco we decided to visit the Legion of Honor Museum before heading out to the airport. It was a bit trickier to get to but we managed. Afterwards we had a shuttle come pick us up from the Museum but we also saw some taxis that would stop, in case you needed one. 

When we were there the featuring exhibitions were Intimate Impressions and Matisse from the SFMOMA. We had approximately 2 hours to see everything. I had enough time to leisurely walk through the whole thing and we even had lunch at their cafe.

Strangely enough this painting really captivated my attention and I even bought a postcard version of it.

A series of painting for Madame Pompadour of children acting out painting, sculpting, music, and architecture.

From Salon Dore of the Hotel de la Tremoille - an example of French Neoclassical interior architecture.

There are also ancient artifacts and artwork on the lower floor of the Museum but I don't remember them as prominently as the upper floor works and there wasn't a lot featured. Overall the museum was lovely and if you have the time while in San Francisco I do recommend it. They also have a museum featuring modern art called de Young Museum. I wanted to go there too but we had run out of time and the museums while relatively close to each other, aren't exactly neighbors.