It was a rainy day. Not full out rain, but cloudy and drizzling the whole time.A good day to go in and out of shops and galleries. There was one shop, Bambi de Ville, that I had starred and really wanted to go to. It’s an amazing vintage shop. When I say amazing, I mean amazing. Every single thing in there is truly a rare piece full of history. I was in love and mad about it all. So mad in fact, that I completely forgot to take any pictures. My brain completely flew out of my head. Sadly, it was out of my price range. There was a beaded red dress from the 60s that I really wanted, but at $245 USD it was outside my means. But seriously, if you’re a vintage lover this is like a shopable museum. So pretty!
The streets are filled with amazing musicians. From blues to jazz, the buskers in the area are so good, and such craftsman. If you follow on instagram, you saw these guys playing in a video on my stories. They were so much fun to watch and listen to. I loved how they look together too – a beautiful menagerie. Walking by, I also heard some great blues, and more guitar, and jazz. Seriously, you don’t need to buy a ticket for any shows, just walk around and watch the buskers.
One time when the rain chased us inside to dry off and warm up, the Old Absinthe House felt like the right call. So inside, I did my due diligence and had some absinthe. But of course, I hate the taste of licorice. So poor Andrew had to drink most of it….he was…..happy.